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CBRE Vietnam Real Estate Spotlight – W9 2018

Parkson closes fourth outlet in Vietnam, Bac Ninh attracts over 130 mln USD of FDI capital in two months, Hanoi calls for investment on 10 metro...

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Middle class changing the look of property market

Together with the rapid-growth of middle class, demand on enjoyment and investment in high-value assets like properties has increased...

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Property supply accelerates

After Lunar New Year, numerous big real estate projects are planned to open for sale in 2018. For example, Hung Thinh developer with its Grand...

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CBRE Vietnam Real Estate Spotlight – W8 2018

Japanese group builds auto parts factory in Thai Binh, VinaCapital invests $45m in PV Power Binh Son refinery in January IPOs, Warburg Boosts...

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3 underlying reasons of a 2018 booming condotel property

The go-ahead nods for rectified laws on land uses and special administrative regions, along with strong tourism growth, will be the main factors...

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Danang resort property benefited from local tourism

According to Danang Tourism Board, the city has welcomed around 6.6 million tourists in 2017 alone - 35% of whom are foreigners. This remarked a...

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CBRE Vietnam Real Estate Spotlight – W6 2018

Vietnam attracts over 1 billion USD in FDI in January, POSCO E&C to Build Vietnamese Wharf Facility Worth $680 Million , K-Exim studies to invest...

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Hanoi: Real estate value depends on location

The real estate market is currently developing in the South and the West of Hanoi City. However, in upcoming time, Hanoi's areas will have a...

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CBRE Vietnam Real Estate Spotlight – W5 2018

My Thuy intersection tunnel opens to traffic in HCMC, Van Hanh Mall opens in HCMC, Forbes: U23 Vietnam – a success of youth training, Hoa Binh...

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For the first time after five years, buying power surpasses supply of apartments in HCMC

2017 records HCMC apartment market happening oppositely with the worries of many firms and experts. The common oversupply situation for the first...

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