M&A, the way for local players to grow after COVID-19

M&A, the way for local players to grow after COVID-19

Vietnam is witnessing big changes in its mergers and acquisitions (M&A) landscape, with domestic firms rising to secure firm niches in the market.
M&A amid the pandemic – Growing the value chain

M&A amid the pandemic – Growing the value chain

After the interruption by the health crisis, businesses are reaching for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) to resume and enlarge their value chains.
Domestic groups move over to buyer’s side in M&A deals

Domestic groups move over to buyer’s side in M&A deals

Vietnamese groups are becoming more active in acquiring other businesses, while overseas investors are seeing themselves hindered amid continued travel restrictions.
Foreign expert influx inches closer

Foreign expert influx inches closer

Despite the government assignment to simplify procedures for foreign experts and technical workers to come back to Vietnam, there remain uncertainties due to a lack of specific mechanisms.
Remittances steady as lenders apply fresh transfer services

Remittances steady as lenders apply fresh transfer services

Remittance flows from Vietnamese expatriates working abroad are predicted to remain resilient throughout the rest of the year, with the country’s central bank keeping its policy steady for now.
Lack of novelty may hinder IPO ambitions

Lack of novelty may hinder IPO ambitions

Vietnamese e-commerce holding company Society Pass has announced its intention to raise millions of US dollars from an initial public offering in the United States – but it remains unclear how a company with little success can achieve this goal ahead of e-commerce’s big hitters.
Changes to break e-commerce stride

Changes to break e-commerce stride

Operators in e-commerce are at odds over the impact of a new governmental decree, which could render the booming e-commerce market more challenging for local and foreign participants alike.
Inconsistencies deter power plan feasibility

Inconsistencies deter power plan feasibility

The Ministry of Planning and Investment has pointed out a series of limitations within the newest draft of the National Power Development Plan VII, asking the Ministry of Industry and Trade to supplement missing content and adjust existing calculations.
FDI flow on right path

FDI flow on right path

Despite being hurt by the pandemic, Vietnam is still one of the few regional silver linings when it comes to maintaining the confidence of overseas investors.
Curbs fail to faze South Korean M&A

Curbs fail to faze South Korean M&A

Despite a general slowdown in foreign direct investment stemming from South Korea during the pandemic, investors from the country are nevertheless continuing their acquisition spree in Vietnam, with millions of US dollars being spent snapping up local groups.
Gigantic lifeline en route for essential businesses

Gigantic lifeline en route for essential businesses

In a bid to help the country recover after the economy grew at a very low level in the third quarter, a huge financial support package is to be offered to enterprises whose performance is a backbone of economic growth.
President: Containing pandemic a prerequisite for economic recovery

President: Containing pandemic a prerequisite for economic recovery

Bringing the COVID-19 pandemic under control is a prerequisite to recover socio-economic activities, President Nguyen Xuan Phuc said on October 12.
SME resilience in APEC with the pandemic and building a sustainable future

SME resilience in APEC with the pandemic and building a sustainable future

Promoting the inclusive development of sustainable, resilient, digitally-enabled, and innovative MSMEs in the APEC is central to navigating COVID-19 recovery.
|< < 1 2 3 4 > >|