Bank and real estate giants team up

Bank and real estate giants team up

Indochina Kajima Development Ltd., a joint venture from Indochina Capital and Kajima Corporation, last week signed a strategic partnership with VietinBank with the aim to provide the market with innovative real estate that addresses both current and future demands.
Indochina Kajima commences Phu Yen luxury tourism project

Indochina Kajima commences Phu Yen luxury tourism project

The central province of Phu Yen has hosted a ceremony to launch a luxury tourism project at Bai Nom Beach.
Foreign investment continues to flow into hospitality market

Foreign investment continues to flow into hospitality market

The hospitality industry has struggled in the past year, but despite the challenges, foreign investors are still debuting new properties in Vietnam.
Satellite towns with purpose

Satellite towns with purpose

Acquiring and building projects in satellite cities should not be considered a trend or a short-term opportunity but a long-term commitment to the local authorities and communities, so that developers can truly create sustainable environments and improving lives.
Wink Hotels’ first hotel opening in Ho Chi Minh City

Wink Hotels’ first hotel opening in Ho Chi Minh City

Wink Hotels, a revolutionary new hospitality brand that aims to redefine affordable luxury in Vietnam, last week announced the opening date of its first hotel venue in southern Vietnam.
Seizmic shifts in Vietnamese real estate market

Seizmic shifts in Vietnamese real estate market

Moderated by Michael Piro, COO, Indochina Capital, the third session of Vietnam M&A Forum 2020 gathered experts and leaders from leading real estate developers.
Wealth creation amid the coronavirus conundrum

Wealth creation amid the coronavirus conundrum

The increasing spread of COVID-19 has led to major disruptions across all markets, and the International Monetary Fund has said that the economic fallout is worse than that of the 2007/2008 subprime crisis.
Vietnam’s coasts remain an enticing investment magnet

Vietnam’s coasts remain an enticing investment magnet

Vietnam has a long coastline and numerous islands boasting vast potential for developing coastal urban areas and tourist properties.
Indochina Capital and Wínk Hotels assess preferences of Vietnamese travellers

Indochina Capital and Wínk Hotels assess preferences of Vietnamese travellers

In the midst of Vietnam’s second wave of COVID-19, Indochina Capital and Wínk Hotels surveyed the travel habits and preferences of Vietnamese travellers.
Capturing the upside in a downturn

Capturing the upside in a downturn

The COVID-19 pandemic is undoubtedly the most severe health crisis we have encountered in our lifetime, unleashing the worse economic downturn since the Great Depression, and the virus became a recurring topic in the Monthly Briefing on the World Economic Situation and Prospects, where its severe direct and indirect economic impacts on specific sectors are discussed.
Withstanding the pandemic by diversifying investments

Withstanding the pandemic by diversifying investments

The escalating global health crisis is undoubtedly turning into an economic one as the lack of information has resulted in large amounts of uncertainty in global markets. The full impact of the pandemic is still to be determined, and so far nobody can predict how or when world economies will recover.
Real estate M&A still afloat

Real estate M&A still afloat

Interest in Vietnamese real estate assets has not diminished, but deals are difficult to come by given the economic uncertainties.
New regulations the first step towards condotel resurgence

New regulations the first step towards condotel resurgence 1

Several years ago, a large wave of condotels was introduced to the market across Vietnam. According to the Ministry of Construction, since 2014 the coastal areas and islands such as Van Don, Halong, Danang, Nha Trang, Mui Ne, and Phu Quoc have all seen a boom in condotel supply.
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