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Viet Nam to become jeans production hub: Jeanologia Viet Nam to become jeans production hub: Jeanologia

Spanish company Jeanologia, which specialises in developing sustainable technologies for garment finishing, wants to make Viet Nam a global hub of jeans production.


Vietnam Airlines makes plans for September IPO Vietnam Airlines makes plans for September IPO

The State-owned flag carrier plans to launch its initial public offering (IPO) in September, stated Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Hong Truong during the ministry's Q1 meeting.


Big banks to raise charter capital in positive move Big banks to raise charter capital in positive move

While some small commercial banks failed to raise their charter capital last year, some major lenders have already approved adding millions of US dollars to their charter capital this year.


Gov't gives the go-ahead for telco giant split ahead of IPO Gov't gives the go-ahead for telco giant split ahead of IPO

The Government has approved a proposal from the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) to separate service providers under the Viet Nam Post and Telecommunication Group (VNPT) in preparation for their equitisation.



Savills to hold property exhibition in Ha Noi Savills to hold property exhibition in Ha Noi

(Apr 16, 2014)

Savills Viet Nam and some real estate developers will jointly organise an HCM City property exhibition at Hanoi Tower in the capital on April 19.

Land rentals likely to rise

The Finance Ministry has proposed increasing land rental rates as part of a draft decree on land rental, water surface rental and land use fees that will likely be submitted to the Prime Minister next month.

New land-use fees could thaw property market

Property companies are urging HCM City authorities to reduce land-use fees to turn around the stagnant property market.

Office, retail lease recovery seen

The office and retail space segments in two major cities showed signs of recovery in the first quarter, with a drop in overall vacancy rates, noted property services providers.

HCMC's stable office rents could end soon

The high rate of occupancy and period of rent stability in the commercial leasing sector in HCM City may be short-lived, and the rents for most grades in Ha Noi should continue the downward trend, Cushman & Wakefield has said in a report.

Buyers' faith restored in property market

The improving economy together with significant progress in infrastructure has revived buyers' confidence in the residential sector of the property market, according to real estate services provider CBRE Vietnam.

Apartment prices set to increase

The price per square metre (sq.m) of residential apartments in Ha Noi is set to increase as a new circular reduces their area by setting a new calculation method, industry insiders say.

Release funds faster: developers

Property developers called for quick disbursement of the Government's VND30 trillion (US$1.43 billion) stimulus package so that home buyers can pay in time at a meeting with Minister of Construction Trinh Dinh Dung in HCM City on Monday.

F-home project to provide 680 apartments in 2016

The city's food joint-stock company, Danafood, will start construction of its first commercial housing project, the F-Home, in the downtown area, with a total investment of VND600 billion (US$28.6 million).

Gamuda Gardens hands over houses

Gamuda Land Viet Nam, the developer of Gamuda Gardens, yesterday in Ha Noi organised the House Handover ceremony of Gamuda Gardens Phase I.

Transactions remain steady in City

The city saw nearly 1,000 successful transactions in the property market in the first two months of the year, which was similar to the same period last year.

MASkargo expands cargo network to Ha NoiMASkargo expands cargo network to Ha Noi

MASkargo launched its first A330-200 freighter flight to Ha Noi on April 16, two years after its twice-weekly service to HCM City's Tan Son Nhat International Airport.

Chartered accountants abide by code of ethicsChartered accountants abide by code of ethics

Martin Turner, president of the Association of Chartered Certified Account-ants Global, shares his views with Viet Nam News on the code of ethics and standards in accounting as well as career orientation and professional development in the fields of accounting and auditing.

First Vietnamese caravan finished off-road trip to Tibet and Mount Everest First Vietnamese caravan finished off-road trip to Tibet and Mount Everest

The first Vietnamese caravan team finished its 6,000km auto trip from HCM City to Tibet and Mount Everest base camp on Sunday. Autodaily introduced a series of photos taken by the team members.

Has VN entered the middle-income trap? Economists cannot agree Has VN entered the middle-income trap? Economists cannot agree

Becoming a middle-income country has brought enormous challenges for Viet Nam, including the danger of getting caught in the so-called middle-income trap.

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