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The real estate market in 2021 has seen a downturn in revenues, sales decreasing, and vacant spaces on the rise. With that, developers are attempting to persuade more buyers to accept new tech-based methods of product introduction.
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The real estate market is witnessing a decrease in liquidity, with the situation not likely to change for the better for the remainder of the year as Vietnam’s economy struggles with the damage caused by the pandemic.
The first digital bank in Vietnam, Timo has become one of the sponsors accompanying the "Build On, Vietnam 2021" programme, an intellectual playground for students who love to explore cloud computing technology in Vietnam.
Moves to slow the damage being done by the pandemic and curb resulting land fever issues have helped keep the fortunes of the domestic real estate market in good stead so far in 2021.
The increasing demand for warehousing is driving investment in Vietnam’s logistics system with foreign enterprises’ appearance and business expansion.
Booming online work and increased internet entertainment pushed by the health crisis have pressured investors to find suitable land plots to set up data centres across Vietnam.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are proposing a series of solutions to impose extra tax after a recent request from the prime minister to readjust the real estate market to limit investment flows into unused property from speculation.
The virtual conference themed "Digital Financing: Powering cashless economy" organised on June 22 and 23 by Star Media Group Malaysia was participated by top business leaders from across Asia in the field of finance, banking, information, and data management.
While expansion of industrial property land funds may be a necessary factor to attract waves of foreign investment into Vietnam, experts are warning that the massive licensing of new projects and expanding existing ones by local authorities could lead to an oversupply situation.
Hung Thinh Corporation, the developer of Hai Giang Merry Land Quy Nhon, the largest tourism complex in the central province of Binh Dinh, has rejected the news that Macau’s leading entertainment SJM Holdings Limited was proposing to participate in this project.
Nam Long Investment JSC has donated over $521,000 to support the community in prevention, constraints, and recovery activities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The wholly-owned lodging business unit of CapitaLand, The Ascott Ltd. (Ascott), on June 21 entered into two agreements to acquire two properties in Paris, France and Hanoi, Vietnam for approximately $155 million.
Digital transformation is having a significant impact on Vietnam’s media agencies. VIR’s Bich Ngoc talked with Hoang Viet Tien, deputy general secretary of the Vietnam Internet Association, about how the pandemic has sped up this process.
The coworking space market continues to be exposed to increasing risks from the pandemic. VIR’s Bich Ngoc talked with Duong Do, CEO and founder of Toong, on how investment capital is being used most effectively in its business at this challenging time.
South Korean and Japanese investors are hoping to push up the process of the $200 million velodrome and international standard stadium that has been delayed since 2015.