With its excellent geographical location for trade and economic development and the potential to become the country’s leading agricultural hub, Long An Province is ideal for developing a smart urban area, per experts.
South Koreans are shifting to Vietnam because of not only external forces like global politics but also their internal urge for profitability. This is a win-win since their close-knit economic connections at micro levels will help Vietnam and its real estate market maintain continuous development.
It is not hard to see the industrial real estate in Vietnam is deeply influenced by a multitude of manufacturers from the East Asia nation, but it does not just stop there!
The Hanoitimes - There are immense opportunities for partnerships between South Korean and Vietnamese firms, especially as the former are seeking opportunities to expand in the region.
Even though the Vietnamese property market is dominated by Singaporean and South Korean developers, Japanese investors are trying to climb closer to the top spot, Bich Ngoc reported.
TheLEADER - A consortium of three South Korean investors including Shinhan Bank, CoreTrend Investment and ValueSystem will provide Hoang Huy $50 million to develop real estate projects in the northern port city of Haiphong.