tin tức về M&A mới nhất
As cross-border mergers and acquisitions in the country continue to rise, Vietnamese companies are now more astute in dealing with overseas investors thanks to help from professional advisors.
With the country’s agricultural sector pursuing greater sustainable development, mergers and acquisitions are helping the sector create positive changes thanks in part to the support of high technology.
Vietnam has been creating enormous opportunities for investors in M&A in sectors like retail, consumer goods, services, and manufacturing.
As new policies and trade deals change the focus of M&A inflows to Vietnam, the government needs to remove legal barriers and push SOE divestment.
At the third session of Vietnam M&A Forum 2019 experts explored how to find suitable strategies to build, protect, and develop brands.
Driven by momentum in growth, Vietnam’s mergers and acquisitions market is expected to continue its strong focus on the sectors of consumer goods, retail, realty, and banking in the months to come.
Education will be one of the most attractive investment channels in M&A deals for the next year in Vietnam, analysts say.
In 2018-2019, Vietnam continued to witness high-value mergers and acquisitions transactions in a variety of sectors, such as food manufacturing, real estate, banking, and retail.
The Vietnam Competition and Consumer Protection Authority (VCA) submitted a complaint about the decision of the Vietnam Competition Authority that Grab's acquisition of Uber does not violate the Competition Law.
The new regulation on raising the foreign ownership ratio ceiling has made Vietnam’s pharmaceutical companies more attractive to foreign investors, especially those from the EU and Japan.
The past year was a very exciting period for the educational investment market, showcased not only through direct capital but also via mergers and acquisitions deals carried out by financiers.
Despite growing interest from investors and upcoming stake sales, it is looking likely that the long term will provide better prospects for mergers and acquisitions in the lucrative Vietnamese pharmaceutical industry.
More Vietnamese companies are turning to mergers and acquisitions to beef up their domestic market presence and boost growth.
The amended Pharmacy Law which took effect in 2017, stipulating that domestic pharmacy firms receive preferences in bids for medicine provided to state-owned hospitals, has prompted foreign investors to increase investment in Vietnam.
Many large breweries may be required to report all of their M&A deals to the management agency.
Foreign banks have been expressing eagerness to jump on the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) bandwagon in the banking sector.
The sale of Shop&Go to Vingroup for the price of $1 has been described as a declaration of bankruptcy, rather than an M&A deal.
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