According to the report of Business Registration Agency (Ministry of Planning and Investment), in June 2017, there are 10,742 enterprises registering its official establishment with the total investment of US$4.8 million. Average authorised capital per enterprise has reached about US$453,000, decreasing by 5.5% as of May 2017 and increasing by 28.8% as of June 2016.
Notably, the real estate business sector in the first six months has 2,279 enterprises, increasing by 68.3% as of last year. The total capital of newly-established real estate enterprises has also increased by 42.2%.
Moreover, the finance, banking and insurance branch has 679 enterprises, increasing by 37.2%; the medical and social work branch has 318 enterprises, increasing by 30.9%; the education and training branch has 1,597 enterprises, increasing by 30.4%; the electricity – water – gas generation and distribution branch has 442 enterprises, increasing by 23.1%.... Only the transportation and warehousing branch has 3,068 enterprises, decreasing by 5.5%.
Hence, it can be clearly seen that the real estate sector has kept its first rank in the number of newly-established enterprises. Besides, 257 enterprises coming back into operation in the first six months of 2017, increasing by 8.4% as of 2016.