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CBRE Vietnam Real Estate Spotlight – W16 2020

Brighter prospects for $6 billion Saigon Peninsula property project, Ministry proposes to clear obstacles for intertwined state-owned lands, Vietnam again named among top 10 remittance recipients in 2019, …

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    • Total units: 1,256 units  
    • Scale: 18,247 sqm land area
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Note: Selected newspapers include Dau Tu Bat Dong San, Thoi bao kinh te Vietnam, The gioi thong tin bat dong san, CafeF, Tuoitre, Tap chi dau tu bat dong san, Vietnamnet, Thi truong Bat dong san & Tai san, Nguoi dua tin, VnExpress


Brighter prospects for $6 billion Saigon Peninsula property project

Last week, the Ministry of Construction sent a proposal to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to officially approve the investment plan to set up this project, after investors have completed the necessary procedures. The Saigon Peninsula project was initiated in 2007 by Van Thinh Phat Holdings Group, a domestic developer which has many large-scale property projects in HCMC, to build large-scale infrastructure system and a modern urban area located in District 7 of HCMC.


Ministry proposes to clear obstacles for intertwined state-owned lands

According to laws on the management and use of public properties, land use rights for public properties must be auctioned before allocation which affects the advancement of many projects. In response, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has proposed an amendment Decree to suggest different treatments depending on whether the public land can be developed as a separate project.
If the intertwined areas cannot be developed as a separate project, the People’s Committee in charge shall determine the land allocation; otherwise it will be determined by the Government.


Vietnam again named among top 10 remittance recipients in 2019

Vietnam was the ninth largest remittance recipients globally with an inflow of US$17 billion in 2019, accounting for 6.5% of its GDP and slightly increasing from US$16 billion received in 2018, according to the World Bank’s latest data. This was a third consecutive year that Vietnam remains in the top 10 ranking in terms of inbound remittance. The figure was US$13.8 billion in 2017 and US$15.9 billion in 2018.


Economic zone seeks work visas for foreign experts

Many businesses want the government to grant visas to foreign experts to work at the Dung Quat Economic Zone in central Vietnam. Senior officials of the Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical company located in the economic zone said Thursday they were seeking the government’s approval to grant visas for 350 foreign experts in the coming months. From mid-May to August, a group of experts from Italy, Germany, France, the U.K., and Japan are scheduled to come to Vietnam to participate in maintenance work of the Dung Quat oil refinery, the country’s first such facility.


Da Nang reopens some commercial businesses, allows beach-going

The People’s Committee of Da Nang has allowed beach-going activities, all accommodation businesses, and a number of four-wheeled commercial passenger vehicles to resume operations after weeks of suspension. Da Nang, which was previously a ‘high-risk’ city according to classification by the National Committee for novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Prevention and Control, has been demoted to a ‘low-risk’ locality, as per Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s conclusion at a national teleconference on Wednesday. There have been only six infections in Da Nang so far, all of whom have recovered and exited the hospital, with no new case having been reported in the city for 30 days straight.


Compensation plans for Metro Line 2 project sent to households

District authorities are sending detailed compensation plans to households that must move to make way for the city’s Metro Line No 2, which runs between Ben Thanh market in District 1 and Tham Luong Depot in District 12. According to the HCMC Urban Railway Management Board, no meeting will be organised with the households because of current social distancing measures. Twenty days after April 18, if households have any comments, a meeting will be organised to address issues.


Five million Vietnamese workers lose jobs to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has cost nearly five million Vietnamese workers their jobs as of mid-April, bringing Q1 employment figures to a 10-year low.

Processing and manufacturing industries were most heavily impacted with 1.2 million jobs affected; followed by wholesale and retail, 1.1 million; plus accommodation and catering services, 740,000, according to General Statistics Office (GSO).


COVID-19 risk assessment indicators issued for tourism enterprises

Travel enterprises, tourist sites, hotels and lodging facilities such as homestays and Airbnb are required to follow the evaluation indicators to resume operation, according to the city’s Department of Tourism.

The indicators for assessment of COVID-19 infection risk at lodging facilities are based on 10 factors, including health declarations of guests, checks of health and training workers on infection prevention, availability of hand sanitizer and disinfectant spray, ratio of workers and guests wearing facemasks, temporary checks of workers and guests, and safe physical distancing.





















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