Global investors eye Vietnam’s domestic real estate market: The Business Times

The Singapore-based Business Times on Saturday published an article, highlighting investors' interest in Vietnam as an emerging, dynamic market.

The article said: Driving its strong economic growth is an expanding middle class with thickening wallets. Rapid urbanization supported by a young, growing and educated population all bode well for an economy with one of the world's fastest growing gross domestic product (GDP) rates. With robust growth momentum, the World Bank has projected that Vietnam's GDP will expand by 6.8 per cent in 2018. Understandably, this has fuelled the appetites of global investors looking to make their mark in Vietnam's burgeoning domestic real estate market.

The Business Times Home wrote: Home to Asia's best performing stock market in 2017 and the second largest retail market in 2018, much of the appeal that Vietnam currently holds sits, ironically, in its auspicious future. Since 2015, the bulk of big-ticket mergers and acquisition (M and A) transactions that we have seen have been championed by those investing in property development sites, followed by hotels, apartments and offices. This is testament to the fact that those pouring money into Vietnam are in it for the long run.

Source: VOV5

Global investors eye Vietnam’s domestic real estate market: The Business Times

The Singapore-based Business Times on Saturday published an article, highlighting investors' interest in Vietnam as an emerging, dynamic market.

The article said: Driving its strong economic growth is an expanding middle class with thickening wallets. Rapid urbanization supported by a young, growing and educated population all bode well for an economy with one of the world's fastest growing gross domestic product (GDP) rates. With robust growth momentum, the World Bank has projected that Vietnam's GDP will expand by 6.8 per cent in 2018. Understandably, this has fuelled the appetites of global investors looking to make their mark in Vietnam's burgeoning domestic real estate market.

The Business Times Home wrote: Home to Asia's best performing stock market in 2017 and the second largest retail market in 2018, much of the appeal that Vietnam currently holds sits, ironically, in its auspicious future. Since 2015, the bulk of big-ticket mergers and acquisition (M and A) transactions that we have seen have been championed by those investing in property development sites, followed by hotels, apartments and offices. This is testament to the fact that those pouring money into Vietnam are in it for the long run.

Source: VOV5