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CBRE Vietnam’s Top Property News Stories – W44/2014

Thu Thiem city project has collected over 99% of the required land area,The government of HCM city plans to start the construction of the new Thu Thiem Bridge by early 2015,….

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Thu Thiem city project has collected over 99% of the required land area

 

BizLive

Up to now, the board of management of the new Thu Thiem city project has collected over 99% of the required land area, accounting for 715.9 ha out of the total of 719.9 ha and has paid the compensation, which amounted to VND17,228 billion, to the mobilized households. [The original article is Vietnamese only]

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The government of HCM city plans to start the construction of the new Thu Thiem Bridge by early 2015

 

VNExpress

After the ministry of defense decided to postpone the new Thu Thiem bridge project until 2018, HCM City People's Committee has suggested the Prime Minister that the construction of the new bridge starts in next year. [The original article is Vietnamese only]

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Hanoi planning three new towns in outskirts

 

Vietnam Investment Review

The Hanoi Municipal People’s Committee has just enacted decisions approving the general planning of three new towns in the city’s outskirts – Tay Dang in Ba Vi district, Van Dinh in Ung Hoa district, and Ni in Soc Son district, reported baodatviet.vn.

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VinaCapital plans to split up infrastructure fund

 

VietnamNet

Fund manager VinaCapital has announced a plan to separate one of its investment funds, Vietnam Infrastructure Ltd. (VNI), into two – one open-end and one closed-end fund. According to a statement released on Tuesday, VinaCapital said VNI will be split into two parts. A portfolio of listed shares and bonds will be converted to shares. They will be returned to investors within the next 18 months as fund certificates of the open-end fund VCG Partners Vietnam Fund (VVF) established in Luxembourg.

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Three major Hanoi infrastructure projects to start operations next year

 

Vietnam Investment Review

The Nhat Tan Bridge, Terminal T2 of the Noi Bai International Airport and the road connecting the bridge and Noi Bai International Airport, all partly funded by Japanese ODA, are expected to go into operation on January 6 next year.

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Sai Gon Hi-tech Park reaches $4b milestone

 

Vietnam Investment Review

Registered capital into HCM City's Sai Gon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) has exceeded US$4 billion for 67 projects, according to the SHTP's management board. From now until 2020, SHTP would focus on efforts to attract hi-tech enterprises and raise the localization rate of products, aiming to turn the park into the most powerful hi-tech in Vietnam.

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Vietnam Cuts Key Interest Rate to Boost Lending, GDP Growth

 

StockBiz

Vietnam will cut a key policy rate to spur lending by banks as the government steps up measures to bolster a struggling economy. The State Bank of Vietnam's dong deposit rate cap for terms between one month to less than six months will be lowered to 5.5 percent from 6 percent with effect from tomorrow, deputy head of monetary policy Nguyen Thu Ha said in Hanoi today.

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Tax on casino wins cut

 

Vietnam Investment Review

While proposing the removal of personal income tax from the earnings of casino and lottery winners, the Vietnamese government has also suggested a 5 per cent increase in special consumption tax for casinos.

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Hanoi to select investors for developing New Urban Areas along Nhat Tan – Noi Bai Road

 

BatDongSan

Connecting the Noi Bai International Airport to Hanoi Center, Nhat Tan – Noi Bai is one of the most strategic roads in Hanoi. The Government has spent 33 trillion dongs in infrastructure development, land clearance for the areas alongside the route. Hanoi People’s Committee recently reported to the Minister, requesting strict selections of investors for developing New Urban Areas across this area. [The original article is Vietnamese only]

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Russian tourist arrivals fall sharply

 

Intellasia

October is normally the high travel season for international tourists but foreign visitor arrivals in Vietnam this month are estimated at 559,000, down 11.1 percent year-on-year, due mostly to a sharp decline in Russian holidaymakers. According to statistics from general Statistical Office, the sector has seen falls in visitors from all markets but Cambodia and South Korea. Russian arrivals are more down by a sharp 32 percent versus the same period last year.

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Apartments scaled down

 

StockBiz

A number of high-end apartments here have been converted into medium-end apartments and offered at lower prices to attract more customers and reduce large inventories, experts said. The market for high-end apartments has remained gloomy for several years while the market for medium- and small-end apartments has remained bright because the latter were priced within most people' incomes.

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Home loans still hard to come by

 

StockBiz

Homebuyers still find it difficult to gain access to the VND30-trillion home loan package although the Government has agreed to extend the support to low-income people. Decree 61 issued late August allows customers who sign home purchase contracts with a total land an house value of less than VND1.05 billion each to take out loans from the program. However, the policy has not been deployed as there have been no circulars guiding its implementation.

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HCMC leads FDI attraction in Jan-Oct

TheSaigonTimes

HCMC – HCMC took the lead in foreign direct investment (FDI) attraction in January-October with US$2.9 billion in both fresh and additional capital, soaring 97.6% year-on-year, while its economy has been stabilized gradually, said the municipal government. HCMC Chairman Le Hoang Quan said the city has attracted 332 fresh FDI projects and approved expansions for 107 operational projects in the period. A highlight in the period is the approval of new Samsung CE Complex project valued at US$ 1.4 billion at the Saigon Hi-Tech Park.

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Trade surplus hits $1.87b as high-value exports rise

StockBiz

Viet Nam has recorded consecutive trade surpluses in the first 10 months of 2014, with the total now standing at US$1.87 billion, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO). The GSO said the country has enjoyed a trade surplus since the beginning of this year, achieving a trade surplus of US$ 1 billion in the first quarter , US$ 1.3 billion in the first half and US$ 2.5 billion in the first nine months.

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Vietnam sets up 310 industrial parks, 15 economic zones by September

Intellasia

As of the end of September, Vietnam has 295 industrial parks and 15 economic zones nationwide, said Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) under Vietnam’s Ministry of Planning and Investment on Wednesday. During a nine-month period, the country's industrial parks and economic zones enjoyed total revenue of over US$ 55.7 billion, up to 30 percent y-o-y , contributing 42.02 trillion dong (US$ 1.99 billion) to the state budget, according to FIA.  

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FDI attraction forecast to hit US$15-16 billion in 2014

Vietnam Breaking News

Minister of Planning and Investment Bui Quang Vinh believed that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) attraction will reach US$15-16 billion in Vietnam this year. 

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Purchasing power fares well in Jan-Oct

TheSaigonTimes

The purchasing power has improved in the first ten months of this year thanks to falling fuel prices, stable prices of necessary consumer goods and various promotions offered by retailers, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO). The country’s total retail sales of goods and services have exceeded VND251 trillion in October, up 1.6% against last month and 10.7% year-on-year. The Jan-Oct number has amounted to nearly VND2,400 trillion, rising over 11% year-on-year and 6.4% if price factor is excluded compared to 5.5% in the same period last year.

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FMCG consumption tumbles for first time

TheSaigonTimes

The consumption of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) in urban markets tumbled in volume in the third quarter for the first time and barely increased in value. The market research company Kantar Worldpanel said the urban FMCG consumption growth rate in Q3 stood still at 0.4% in value and down 1.5% in volume year-on-year.

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Froman hails VN in TPP talks

VietnamNet

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman spoke highly of Vietnam’s efforts to speed up negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement at a media briefing in Hanoi on October 22. Through meetings with ministries, departments and partners in Vietnam in the past two days, he said he felt the Vietnamese Government’s strong commitment to the early conclusion of negotiations with other participating countries.

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FDI rose by 5.9%

TuoiTreOnline

In the first 10 months of 2014, FDI implemented capital increased by 5.9%. However, the newly registered capital fell 30% y-o-y. Manufacturing (US$9.7 billion), real estate (more than US$1.2 billion) and construction (US$ 1 billion) are the most three invested industries. [The original is Vietnamese only]

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Bad debts are falling, says SBV deputy governor

 

BizHub

The Viet Nam Asset Management Company (VAMC) has gained a profit of VND380 billion, or US$18.10 million, from bad debt processing. Hung said that many businesses have managed to restructure and recover debts. "We will try to reduce the bad debt ratio to three per cent and buy debts following the market prices in 2015," he added. SBV Deputy Governor Nguyen Thi Hong told the press conference that bad debts in the domestic banking system are tending to decline. Bad debts amounted to 4.17 per cent in late June, 4.11 per cent in late July and 3.9 per cent in late August, besides 3.88 per cent in late September. 

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