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Platinum Victory Pte Co Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore-based automotive group Jardine Cycle and Carriage, plans to buy three million shares of the Refrigeration Engineering Corporation (REE).
Foreign retail groups undoubtedly are a powerful influence in the domestic market. However, Vietnamese retailers are vowing to ‘play big’ to gain the upper hand in the home market.
Merger and acquisition activities in Vietnam's banking sector are expected to grow in the years to come despite certain regulatory barriers hindering foreign investors.
South Korea’s KEB Hana Bank has officially become a foreign strategic shareholder in the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) following a cooperation agreement with the two sides inked on Monday.
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Tỷ suất lợi nhuận được ghi nhận qua các thương vụ thành công tại thị trường Việt Nam khoảng 7-8%, theo báo cáo của JLL.
The merger and acquisition market has witnessed the real estate segment in a strong leading position; however, there remains many pitfalls which partners must be careful of whenever they enter into a property deal.
The foreign capital inflow into Vietnam through M&As soared in the first nine months of the year, raising concerns about an economic crisis like the one that occurred 10 years ago.
Despite the slowdown in global deal-making due to ongoing worldwide economic uncertainty, Vietnam remains active in M&A in 2020, according to a new report by Baker McKenzie.
With great advantages being held by foreign banks, Vietnamese banks find it difficult to compete.
Many M&A deals in the banking sector have wrapped up recently amid continued influx of foreign investment in Vietnam.
The merger and acquisition (M&A) scene in Vietnam has become increasingly active with more domestic firms setting up ties with global partners so their brands can reach global customers and develop domestically.
The clean land fund in central areas is becoming depleted, which has prompted investors to eye land plots in neighboring provinces.
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.
Following a muted 2018 and first half of 2019, experts are pining for a new surge in state divestments and equitisations, buoyed by new regulatory frameworks.
Many home appliance shops have had to sell food, medicine, watches, and glasses and join forces with partners to sell more products, because the profit from their core businesses has been insufficient.
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.