The proceeds from share issuance to Japanese shareholder will be invested in high-end apartment and landed projects in addition to the current tourism property business, according to Netland deputy general director Nguyen Huu Quang.
A dynamic, peaceful and cheerful Vietnam is the beautiful impression that Caitlin Wiesen, UNDP Vietnam Resident Representative had after one year and a half living and working here.
The Hanoi summit brought more for Vietnam tourism and hospitality than a perfectly designed media campaign.
Although US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walked away from their summit in Hanoi with no deal, Michael Kelly, Executive Chairman of Ho Tram Project Company, which is developing a $4.2 billion casino resort in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province remains upbeat on the event’s impacts on the Vietnam’s tourism industry.
The persistent shortcomings cannot hold back the desire to turn Vietnam into a global tourism hub.
The Central Coast and Central Highlands still lack international amusement parks, night entertainment services, art shows or casinos in order to beef up its tourism development.
Having selected Vietnam as the first foreign destination in the mid-90s, when Vietnam remained unacquainted to most of the foreign enterprises, the Amata Group from Thailand has been increasing its presence at the two ends of Vietnam with billion-dollar projects.
Outlook of Vietnam's economic growth in 2019 will be a picture mixing the grey shade of things to look out and the pink shade of things to look forward to, according to influential economist Dr. Vo Tri Thanh.
Vietnam should have a long-term project to convince the Vietnamese society that a certificate of vocational training is of the same value as an academic degree, recommended by Dr. Wolfgang Manig, Deputy Head of Mission and Economic Counsellor at the German Embassy in Hanoi.
Vietnamese people now must pay for about 40 per cent of health services, a very high rate, causing about 700-800 thousand households to fall into poverty each year, according to a senior Oxfam expert.
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