The rise of local retailers via mergers and acquisitions is expected to transform the competitive landscape of Vietnam’s retail market, which used to be dominated by foreign investors, and help domestic equivalents complete their ecosystems.
The property market is expected to recover and become more vibrant in 2021-22 when COVID-19 is controlled and many mergers and acquisitions are carried out.
Animal feed producers are stepping up their mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam as they are pinning their hope on the resilience of the market.
Bank stock prices have witnessed a dramatic increase since the end of March after plenty of banks announced positive first-quarter business results, as well as news on rising mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
The Vietnamese food and drink mergers and acquisitions market has shown more robust activity in the early months of 2021, with investors buoyed by the market outlook.
With its recent mergers and acquisitions, private conglomerate Masan has unveiled plans to thoroughly dominate Vietnam’s online and offline retail markets.
Masan Group Corporation (HOSE: MSN) and a consortium led by Alibaba Group and Baring Private Equity Asia on May 18 announced the signing of definitive agreements for the acquisition of a 5.5 per cent stake in The CrownX for a cash consideration of US$400 million.
There will be little change in current trends of mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s logistics industry this year as domestic players remain sellers and Asian investors continue to gain the upper hand.
Foreign investors from China, Thailand, and Singapore are increasingly acquiring renewable energy projects located at strategic positions from domestic enterprises.