Vietnam News

Hardly a day goes by without discussion about property, finance or a major development getting on to the news agenda in some part of the world. This section of the website brings you all the news about Savills from Vietnam.

Savills Vietnam reports on HCMC real estate market Q3/2018

Savills Vietnam reports on HCMC real estate market Q3/2018

10 October 2018

Savills Vienam latest HCMC Real Estate Market Report in Q3/2018, in which we cover main 6 sectors, including Retail, Office, Serviced apartment, Hotel, Apartments and Villa & Townhouse.

 
 
Savills Vietnam reports on Hanoi real estate market Q3/2018

Savills Vietnam reports on Hanoi real estate market Q3/2018

09 October 2018

Savills Vienam latest Hanoi Real Estate Market Report in Q3/2018, in which we cover main 6 sectors, including Retail, Office, Serviced apartment, Hotel, Apartments and Villa & Townhouse.

 
 
Savills welcomes the new British Ambassador at event “UK real estate investment opportunities in Vietnam”

Savills welcomes the new British Ambassador at event “UK real estate investment opportunities in Vietnam”

05 October 2018

45 years of Vietnam – UK relations have created many cross border investment opportunities between the two countries, including those in the real estate market. On 28/09/2018, Savills Vietnam hosted “UK Real Estate Investment Opportunities in Vietnam”, introducing potential residential projects to local investors in Da Nang. The event welcomed the presence of Mr. Gareth Ward, the new UK Ambassador to Vietnam.

 
 
Opportunities and Challenges for Investment in Vietnam education

Opportunities and Challenges for Investment in Vietnam education

04 October 2018

With a large population of over 94 million and a young age structure, demand for education in Vietnam is large, particularly when the economy is requiring a more skillful labour force. However, education supply in Vietnam lacks both quantity and quality: the number of students electing studying abroad over domestic education; state-owned universities and colleges only have capacity for 600,000 of the 1.8 million candidates who undertake the national university entrance examination. This opens up investment opportunities in this industry, especially for foreign investors as Decree 86 raised the limit of local enrolments in foreign-invested schools.

 
 
 

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Dinh Huong Linh

Dinh Huong Linh

National Head of MarCom
Marketing Communication

Savills HCMC

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