Foreigners

Update news Foreigners

The Ministry of Construction has proposed the government to allow all the foreigners, who have the visas to stay in Vietnam for 3 months or more, to buy houses in Vietnam. No limitation in the number of houses on the subjects would be set.

Prostitution ring for foreigners detected in HCM City

Last week HCM City police caught in the act four foreigners with prostitutes at a beauty salon in Tan Binh District, HCM City, from which they have detected a prostitution network serving foreigners only.

HCM City Police breaks prostitution ring for foreigners

HCM City police have discovered a prostitution ring for foreign visitors which is based in the center of District 1. On June 17, the police summoned 53 people involved in this ring for investigation and nine of them were taken into custody.

Foreigners in no rush to buy property

 VietNamNet Bridge – Five days after the capital city agreed to grant certificates of land-use rights and house ownership to overseas Vietnamese and foreign home buyers, there have been no signs that anyone is interested.

Foreigners willing to spend millions of dollars to buy houses in Vietnam

A lot of expats in Vietnam have affirmed they will spend millions of dollars to buy houses here.

Foreign visitors afraid of food safety in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - “I have been living in Vietnam for three years but I can’t get used to the way Vietnamese people eating beside sewers,” says Alain, a Spanish who is working for a non-governmental organization in Hanoi.

The big guys sink each other’s soap bubble

VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign-invested enterprises have been dominating the soap powder market, putting domestic manufacturers at a disadvantage.

Foreigners find festive fever in home away from home

 VietNamNet Bridge – Christmas is now less than a week away, and festive fever is taking over Ha Noi.

Foreigners still hesitant on stock market

 VietNamNet Bridge – Although foreign buying value hit an eight-month high in November, securities enterprises said that the investors have yet to come back to the local market given risk concerns.