Facing the heavy aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam is trying to further develop its smart cities. Pham Thai Lai, CEO of Siemens ASEAN and Vietnam, talked with VIR’s Tung Hanh about the obstacles facing cities today and the role of Siemens in supporting the country’s cities to become smarter.
The launching of the first Vietnam real estate investment fund – Future Vietnam Fund is the symbol of the strong development of V Home.
Throughout its 28 years of existence, Novaland Group has faced difficulties and challenges.
FLC Grand Hotel Quy Nhon is scheduled to be officially inaugurated in November this year, becoming a new iconic project in central province of Binh Dinh, contributing to the completion and enhancement of a luxury resort experience for visitors in one of the leading vacation spots in Viet Nam.
Despite COVID-19 interruptions reported across most economic activities, Ng Teck Yow, general director of Gamuda Land Vietnam, confirmed with VIR’s Nguyen Huong in an interview that property, especially in the south of Hanoi, still draws investors if developers manage to capture the predominant trends.
The severe economic blows from COVID-19 have forced scores of businesses to suspend operations and even file for bankruptcy, with real estate companies among the hardest hit.
Located in the heart of District 4, Ho Chi Minh City, Sunshine Horizon - a high-end residential development offers a unique twin tower architecture with exclusive facilities. Not only does the building stand out at its prime location, but the property also impresses residents and guests with meticulous details in luxury interior design and loggia.
Hotels for sale is reaching a record number in a decade in Vietnam.
Land prices in Da Nang have dropped significantly after peaking in a ‘land fever’ at the beginning of this year, resulting in heavy losses and debts for many investors.
Landlords should consider shifting from their traditional fixed-rent model to a base-rent and revenue-sharing concept, experts have suggested.