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Updated: 14:20 Friday, 12/12
PM Dung highlighted that the legal and business environment would be dramatically improved following the upcoming conclusion of 14 free trade agreements between Viet Nam and her partners.
 
Ministry keeps price controls on milk for children

The Ministry of Finance will cooperate with relevant ministries and agencies to continue imposing price ceilings on powdered milk products for children under six years old next year.

CBRE: Office rents remain stable until Q1

CB Richard Ellis Vietnam (CBRE) projected that rents of offices for lease in HCMC will remain unchanged until the first quarter of next year.

PM approves Licogi’s equitization plan

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved an equitization plan for Infrastructure Development and Construction Corporation (Licogi) operating under the umbrella of the Ministry of Construction.

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Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved an equitization plan for Infrastructure Development and Construction Corporation (Licogi) operating under the umbrella of the Ministry of Construction.
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Around 500 Vietnamese nurses and caregivers will be sent to Japan for guest work until 2016 to meet the increasing demand in that country in a program within the Vietnam-Japan economic partnership agreement (EPA).
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South Korea’s NICE Group has clinched a cooperation agreement with Tien Phong Bank (TPBank) to assist in setting up an internal credit rating system called Credit Plus+.
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Vietnam’s price of 5% broken rice dropped over 10% early this month from the previous month and last year’s same period due to fierce competition from Thailand and India, according to the rice market site Oryza.com.
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Kinh Do Corporation will see its cash fund rise to nearly VND10 trillion when its stake transfer deal with Mondelēz International is finalized, and awash with money, it will look for new mergers and acquisitions (M&A) opportunities.
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CB Richard Ellis Vietnam (CBRE) projected that rents of offices for lease in HCMC will remain unchanged until the first quarter of next year.
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Vietnam to loosen regulations for foreigners to buy houses

CB Richard Ellis Vietnam (CBRE) projected that rents of offices for lease in HCMC will remain unchanged until the first quarter of next year.

  Vietnam to loosen regulations for foreigners to buy houses

CB Richard Ellis Vietnam (CBRE) projected that rents of offices for lease in HCMC will remain unchanged until the first quarter of next year.

 
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Vietnam Consumer Finance Report 2014

The main consumer finance market are dominating by the 6 foreign-owned finance companies as well as a number of local commercial banks.

Vietnam Cement Report 2013

While cement demand continues to be weak in 2012 and 2013, capacity increased rather quickly. In 2012, total sector capacity was 68.5mn tons while total consumption was just 45.2mn tons, equivalent to 67% capacity.

Vietnam Plastic Packaging Report 2013

Plastic packaging is an intersection sector between two industries, Plastics and Packaging. Plastics packaging sector can be broadly categorized into (i) Flexible packaging i.e. mostly for food sector; (ii) Plastic containers & Closures which are mostly for beverage sector; and (iii) Rigid packaging.

Vietnam Logistics Report 2013

Total logistics cost in Vietnam is largely at US$25bn and total transportation cost is about US$15bn. However, the sector is still in early development stages with more than 1200 companies.

Vietnam M&A 2012 Report and 2013 Outlook

Foreign investors and players continued making the acquisition of Vietnamese companies. Japanese investors are still the most active but they had a smooth shift to small and medium companies who are good at their niche markets.
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