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VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam is witnessing a strong wave of foreign investment in industrial property in anticipation of new FDI being redirected to Vietnam. 

Trade war brings more tenants to Vietnamese realtors

VietNamNet Bridge - The US-China trade war has helped IZ developers earn big money as more foreign investors are coming to Vietnam to seek land for workshops.

Industrial property 2019: the ball’s in Vietnamese court

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts believe that 2019 will be the year of industrial property, with a new infusion of FDI inflow.

FDI to rise, IZ developers hope to make big money in 2019

Vietnam has become an even more attractive destination amid escalating trade disputes. The land leasing rate in Industrial zones has soared since mid-2018, and is expected to continue in 2019.

Industrial real estate developers see great opportunities in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - The movement of foreign investors relocating their production bases to Vietnam will be a driving force for the development of the industrial real estate sector.

Industrial real estate sector booms

VietNamNet Bridge - The strong flow of FDI is expected to trigger a new investment wave into the industrial real estate sector.

Enterprises find it difficult to observe laws on environmental protection

VietNamNet Bridge - Enterprises understand that fulfilling environmental protection tasks will improve competitiveness, enter international markets and ensure sustainable development. However, there are many obstacles.

Industrial property market booms, demand spurs investment

VietNamNet Bridge - By the end of November 2016, Vietnam had 324 IZs, including 220 operating with an occupancy rate of 51 percent, according to MPI’s IZ Management Board Department.

Three SEZs expected to attract more investors

Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung said the plan on setting up three special economic zones (SEZs) would be submitted to the National Assembly for approval by the end of the year.

Vietnam plans to prioritize ecological IZ development

VietNamNet Bridge - The State is encouraging institutional and individual investors to establish new ecological industrial zones (IZ) or develop existing IZs into ecological zones.

‘Golden land’ in Industrial Zone left idle

VietNamNet Bridge - There are 324 industrial zones (IZ) throughout the country with total area of 92,000 hectares. However, due to mismanagement, large areas in the IZs have been left unused.

IZ land heats up, investors sell land for profits

VietNamNet Bridge - The sharply increased demand for leased land in industrial zones (IZs) from foreign investors has prompted infrastructure developers to transfer IZ and port projects to earn profits.

Industrial zones getting hot again

VietNamNet Bridge - Investors have poured money into industrial zone (IZ) projects again and many large-scale projects will be completed in the time to come.

Mekong Delta: Many industrial zones built, but others left idle

VietNamNet Bridge - Many industrial zones (IZs) have been built in the Mekong Delta and more will be built in accordance with approved plans, but some IZs have been left idle. 

Riverside factories poisoning rivers

VietNamNet Bridge - When building factories, investors often neglect applying environment protection solutions and  waste water treatment systems. As a result, rivers become polluted. 

Pollution threatens lives of thousands of workers in Dong Nai

VietNamNet Bridge - Tens of thousands of factory workers have been living, eating and washing next to a ‘black stream’ for the last 10 years.

Ready-made workshops favored in southern IZs

VietNamNet Bridge - Industrial zone (IZ) developers are now offering ready-made workshops and infrastructure items to attract more investors.

IZs and office/apartment market receiving more foreign capital

The land rent in industrial zones (IZs) has been increasing, while offices and apartments are believed to escalate soon. The real estate has heated up on the good news about TPP and other free trade agreements (FTAs).

MOF says ‘no’ to Samsung’s requests for tax incentives, economists agree

VietNamNet Bridge - Economists have supported the Ministry of Finance’s (MOF) decision to reject the requests for tax incentives made by Samsung. 

Green IPs praised, but still unrealistic for Vietnam, experts say

VietNamNet Bridge - Though experts and policy makers all admit the great advantages of ecological industrial zones (eco IP or EIP), they think such IZs cannot be developed in Vietnam at this time.