Latest News about M&A
A potential rise in mergers and acquisitions is sparking concerns that local firms will lose competitiveness by selling themselves to foreign investors.
More and more Vietnamese farmers are choosing to sell farm produce through livestreams and e-commerce platforms.
Mergers and acquisitions in renewable energy in Vietnam are on an upward trajectory and expected to become even hotter next year, with the country officially overtaking Thailand to rank as the largest solar market in Southeast Asia.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows in Vietnam are set to record strong growth as the world moves past the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, with plenty of investment coming from overseas Vietnamese, according to insiders.
Mergers and acquisitions are expected to receive a push in the months to come on the back of new rules on separation and merger of projects, taking effect from early 2021.
At the first session of the Vietnam M&A Forum 2020, investors and experts shared their thoughts on the opportunities and challenges in M&A in the new normal.
As brick and mortar shopping falls in popularity during the pandemic, online shopping platforms took have increased presence among Vietnamese consumers.
More and more investment deals are still being been made despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Although share contributions and purchases have gone into a relative lull in recent times, there have still been numerous outstanding deals stealing the limelight in the market.
The recent trend of transferring sub-projects to other developers in large-scale real estate complexes is considered one of the efficient ways to bring many benefits to developers, investors, and buyers.
Analysts say a series of large M&A deals will be made in 2021.
The M&A market is forecast to see big changes since January 1, 2021 as the pandemic-induced slowdown wanes and the policy framework is radically improved.
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Hàng tỷ USD đang chờ đổ vào Việt Nam thông qua hình thức mua bán sáp nhập (M&A). Chuyên gia dự báo, các thương vụ lớn có thể được chốt vào năm 2021.
Although merger and acquisition levels dropped in 2020 across Vietnam, the prospect for such activities remain bright for next year as overseas investors look to local businesses in order to improve market access.
The country is set to score 102 and 94.6 out of the maximum of 250 in 2020 and 2021, staying behind only the US with its respective scores of 108.9 and 112.5.
E-hailing apps, after a period of focusing on their core business field of carrying passengers, have begun seeking other business opportunities, Thoi Bao Kinh Te Sai Gon reported. Most of them are offering an e-payment service.
The new outbreak of Covid-19 and the heavy fluctuations of financial investment channels are creating big challenges for the real estate market.
The real estate market is facing difficulties because of both Covid-19 and legal problems. Businesses with powerful financial capability are now hunting for land and projects, reported Doanh Nhan Sai Gon.