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Vietnamese flock to online shopping Vietnamese flock to online shopping

The growth of connected device ownership is causing a boom in the online retail sector, with the number of people making online purchases spiking in the last two years in Southeast Asia, particularly Viet Nam, global information company Nielsen said in a report last week.

Thien Thanh Company's assets blocked Thien Thanh Company's assets blocked

Da Nang's People's Committee has asked the provincial Departments of Justice, Natural Resources and Environment and Land Registry Office not to permit transfer of Thien Thanh Group Ltd Company's assets.

Proposed air route saves on time and fuel Proposed air route saves on time and fuel

Aviation companies can save on flying time and fuel if they are allowed to take the proposed Ha Noi-HCM City air route crossing the airspace of Laos and Cambodia.

Quoc named to Technology Review's under-35 innovators list Quoc named to Technology Review's under-35 innovators list

Le Viet Quoc has become the first Vietnamese person to be on the 2014 list of 35 Innovators under 35, selected by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Technology Review magazine.

Creative office design to become popular: study Creative office design to become popular: study

(Sep 17, 2014)

Creative office design would become a trend in the future to save rent and maintain work efficiency, according to a study of CB Richard Ellis Viet Nam Co Ltd.

FLC to put 2,500 property units on sale

The FLC Group plans to put 2,500 apartments, villas and terraced houses in golf courses on the market in the last quarter of this year.

Opportunities abound for Indian real estate firms

Opportunities await foreign investors, including Indian real estate developers, in the real estate and construction sectors of Viet Nam.

Maximum land price to be increased

The State aims to increase the price of land in Viet Nam to a maximum of VND162 million per square metre.

Real estate signals recovery

The Vietnamese property market has shown signs of recovery after a long period of stagnation, heard a symposium held yesterday in HCM City.

Viet Nam property competitive in the Asia-Pacific market

Viet Nam has been more competitive in the pricing of its real estate market than its peers in the Asia-Pacific market, according to Savills Viet Nam.

Phu My Hung shows off model houses at new apartment project

The Phu My Hung Development Corporation last week made available for viewing two model apartments at its new Scenic Valley project.

Housing sector targets middle class

Property developers have been launching a slew of apartment and residential land projects targeting both middle- and high-income earners, sparking off a new race in the market.

Little Viet Nam project replicates unique architecture

Syrena Viet Nam is replicating the unique architecture of Ha Noi's Old Quarter and Hoi An's Ancient Town in a project called Little Vietnam.

Design changes could lower home prices

A focus on affordable housing designs could bring down the price of houses and enable low-income earners to purchase them, experts said.

Experts optimistic of apartments market

The domestic apartments market is expected to continue recovery by year-end and beyond because of the increasing number of advantages for it in market and state policies, experts said.

Future bright for VN wood product exportsFuture bright for VN wood product exports

ONP-Viet Nam, a US company that manufactures wood products for exports, has been in Viet Nam since 2010. Patrick McNeal, its President and General Director, speaks to Viet Nam News about entering foreign markets and his company's experience with exports.

Myanmar Speaker visit set to bolster ties Myanmar Speaker visit set to bolster ties

Economic ties with Myanmar are expected to strengthen following the visit to Viet Nam by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Thura U Shwe Mann, earlier this month.

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