VinaCapital divests shares from KDH

VinaCapital divests shares from KDH

Vietnam Ventures Ltd. registered to sell 7.7 million KDH shares to decrease its ownership rate to 3.67 per cent.
GS spearheading green development

GS spearheading green development

South Korea-based GS Energy created a joint venture with VinaCapital last month in order to attain an investment certificate to develop a $3-billion liquefied natural gas-to-power plant in the Mekong Delta province of Long An.
VinaCapital GS Energy recieves investment certificate for $3 billion LNG plant

VinaCapital GS Energy recieves investment certificate for $3 billion LNG plant

VinaCapital GS Energy received the investment certificate to build a $3 billion LNG-to-power complex in Long An province.
VinaCapital raising nests for FDI capital

VinaCapital raising nests for FDI capital

The pandemic has accelerated the shift in global production and supply chains.
Lodgis Hospitality’s long-term vision and investment strategy in Vietnamese tourism

Lodgis Hospitality’s long-term vision and investment strategy in Vietnamese tourism

Lodgis Hospitality promotes Vietnam as a tourism destination by delivering a range of high-quality hospitality real estate developments and services.
What is the outlook of Vietnam's economy after Tet Holiday?

What is the outlook of Vietnam's economy after Tet Holiday?

Michael Kokalari, chief economist at VinaCapital shared about his holiday and the outlook of Vietnam's economy after the festive season.
Live streaming startup GoStream raises seven-figure funding from VinaCapital Ventures

Live streaming startup GoStream raises seven-figure funding from VinaCapital Ventures

GoStream announced that VinaCapital Ventures has invested a seven-digit figure in the company to help expand its business.
Unearned currency label unlikely to stick

Unearned currency label unlikely to stick

In a 70-page report on its macroeconomic and foreign exchange policies of major trading partners, the US State Department of Treasury named Vietnam and Switzerland “currency manipulators”.
VinaCapital appeals to foreign investors despite COVID-19

VinaCapital appeals to foreign investors despite COVID-19

Don Lam, CEO of VinaCapital, shared at a recent meeting that the company is looking for partners and investors for a range of promising projects in Vietnam.
Vietnam can win big regardless of result

Vietnam can win big regardless of result

At the time of writing, the outcome of the US presidential election is still not officially determined. But whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden is ultimately declared the winner, Vietnam will likely continue to benefit, albeit with some differences between the two administrations. Michael Kokalari, chief economist at VinaCapital, shared his insight into the topic.
Fast-track groups facilitating stronger economic activities

Fast-track groups facilitating stronger economic activities

The synergy of private forces, including leading local and foreign-invested groups and international organisations, will play a crucial role in realising opportunities in attracting high-quality foreign direct investment inflows to the country, and improving the business environment.
Continuing to lure in international funds

Continuing to lure in international funds

Vietnam has recently witnessed a new wave of foreign funds and brokerages, especially from Taiwan and South Korea, to beef up their presence in Vietnam’s financial scene. Michael Kokalari, chief economist at VinaCapital, talked with VIR’s Huong Van the driving factor behind the trend.
Cash injections for private hospitals

Cash injections for private hospitals

With rapid urbanisation and an ageing population in Vietnam, investors are pouring more funds into the country to develop private hospital chains and satisfy the rising demand for high-quality healthcare.
New investment wave starts despite COVID-19

New investment wave starts despite COVID-19 1

The new wave of foreign investment triggered by COVID-19 and US-China trade tensions is becoming more visible as outstanding overseas ventures are expanded.
Economic growth slows as GDP rate threatened

Economic growth slows as GDP rate threatened

Sticky projected prospects caused by the global health crisis among  Vietnam’s key trading partners are expected to hit the domestic economy this year with the manufacturing and processing sector, one of the key growth pillars, to be hit hardest.
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