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The businesses owned by Dang Thanh Tam and Dang Thi Hoang Phuong have shown signs of strong recovery as a new FDI wave is expected to come, which will strengthen the industrial real estate market.
Industrial real estate is expected to be a highlight in Vietnam, especially after the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement comes into being, analysts have said.
Covid-19 has forced manufacturers to consider restructuring the value chain, according to Sunny Hoang Hoa from Savills HCM City. Vietnam is expected to benefit from the trend.
Large corporations from different business fields have begun injecting money into Industrial Zone projects as they can see great opportunities from an expected FDI wave in Vietnam.
Hoping that Vietnam will be able to catch the investment flow leaving China, IZ developers have hurried to implement their projects.
Asian investors are the buyers in most M&A and capital contribution deals in Vietnam. However, more and more investors from the US and EU have appeared in recent deals.
Industrial infrastructure companies are still thriving amid Covid-19, and are expected to continue to grow as Vietnam is one of the best destinations for investors in the post-epidemic period.
Following the prediction about a new strong FDI wave, real estate shares have been sought by investors.
Industrial real estate is believed to be the only segment which can continue to prosper in the current real estate market.
The development of the industrial real estate market will have a positive impact on other market segments such as houses and offices for rent.
The foreign direct investment (FDI) flow to Vietnam in the first eight months of the year did not increase as expected, but instead fell sharply.
Existing factors in the market, especially strong FDI inflow, all are supporting the prosperity of the industrial real estate market.
The EVFTA officially signed last June is expected to give another push to the industrial real estate market in Vietnam.
The time when IPs could attract investors with infrastructure and incentives is over, as now IPs need to be designed and operated according to new standards.