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DFJ VinaCapital Venture Investment has announced that it divested its entire 4.87% stake in Yeah1 Group Corporation (YEG).

Vietnam hopes to attract huge capital as central banks print $6 trillion

Experts say Vietnam has the opportunity to attract more foreign portfolio investment as central banks are launching $6 trillion in quantitative easing programs in 2020.

Vietnam's FDI inflows to increase

A new wave of foreign direct investment driven by global uncertainty such as the US-China trade war and the COVID-19 pandemic is imminent in Vietnam, 

Reforms needed to attract foreign portfolio investment: fund manager

Vietnam needs effective changes and reforms to attract more foreign portfolio investment, Andy Ho, chief investment officer of investment fund VinaCapital, has said.

Economic growth slows as GDP rate threatened

Sticky projected prospects caused by the global health crisis among  Vietnam’s key trading partners are expected to hit the domestic economy this year with the manufacturing and processing sector, one of the key growth pillars, to be hit hardest.

COVID-19 outbreak to accelerate relocation wave from China to Vietnam

While COVID-19 will have a negative impact on Vietnam's economic growth in 2020, it will boost the relocation of manufacturing facilities from China to Vietnam.

Foreign businesses look to expand investment in Vietnam

Many foreign businesses have come to explore the investment opportunities in Vietnam recently with the intention of investing or expanding operation in the country, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Change of direction for VN solar industry

The country’s feed-in tariff has supported a boom for Vietnam’s solar sector, but now the Ministry of Industry and Trade proposes a rate reduction in order avoid solar projects becoming a victim of their own success.

Philipp Rösler, former vice chancellor from Germany, is ‘made in Vietnam’

On his Twitter, Philipp Rösler showed a photo taken in front of a Hanoi fashion store with an attached note, ‘My friend said this store is like me: Made in Vietnam’.

When marriages between investment funds and businesses break up

VietNamNet Bridge - If businesses can successfully call for capital from investment funds, they can usually hope for a good ending, but in many cases, they end up with many problems.

Foreign investment funds making huge profits in Vietnam

Some foreign funds are leaving Vietnam after making huge profits from their investment deals, while others are entering the country to seek new opportunities.

How to develop private equity in Vietnam

Andy Ho, Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer at VinaCapital, shares his views on the recent development of private equity investments in Viet Nam.

Positive prospects

Mr. Don Lam, CEO and Founding Partner of VinaCapital, talked about its funds’ performance and expectations into the future.

Golden opportunities expected for financial investments

A series of large state-owned conglomerates are being equitized, and the state is moving ahead with the plan to divest its shares in profitable enterprises. Many family-run businesses are calling for investment. 

Investment funds pour money into private equity

VietNamNet Bridge - Private equity is an attractive investment in investors’ portfolio, but in many cases, investors may feel disappointed about the profits.

Foreign investment funds enter new development period

VietNamNet Bridge - Instead of injecting money into listed shares, foreign investment funds are now paying more attention to private equities.

Investors discouraged about delays in lifting ceiling on foreign-ownership ratio

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign investors are concerned about the delay of lifting the ceiling for foreign-ownership ratio in Vietnamese enterprises to October 2015.

Chow Tai Fook Enterprises wants to invest in Vietnam’s casino

 VietNamNet Bridge - Chow Tai Fook Enterprises has said that it is ready to invest $4 billion in a casino project in Quang Nam, a province in central Vietnam.

Foreign investment funds’ tough days over

 VietNamNet Bridge – After experiencing their toughest days in the period of 2008 to 2011, foreign investment funds saw the “light at the end of the tunnel” in 2012. And now they confidently say that the worst days are over.

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