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  • Colliers International appointed as Exclusive Marketing and Managing Agents of Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City

    Colliers International Vietnam has added another property to its exclusive marketing and management portfolio – Deutsches Haus; an award-winning, premium International Grade A+ office tower. 

  • The Best Way to Find Your Perfect Home

    Colliers Homes is one of the largest residential properties listing websites in Vietnam.

  • Colliers International Appoints 2 New Directors in Vietnam

    Colliers International Vietnam acquiring more expertise to strengthen team

  • The One Saigon offers 35% discount for final 27 apartments

    The discounting of up to 45% for 27 final high-end apartments at The One Saigon.


Research and Analysis

Trends and predictions from Colliers Vietnam

  • Q2 2017 | Vietnam Quarterly Knowledge Report

    The growth rate of Vietnam’s economy in Q2 2017 showed a positive signal with 6.17%, higher than that of 5.15% in the first quarter, bringing Vietnam’s GDP growth rate in the first half of the year to 5.73%. During the review period, the country welcomed over USD11.84 billion in foreign investment pledges, leaping 57.9% from a year earlier. Export turnover maintained a high growth rate of 18.9% and import turnover increased by 24.1%, resulting in trade deficit reaching USD2.7 billion. Inflation rate came in at 4.15%, while retail sales recorded USD84.5 billion, up 10.1% compared to the same period last year. Despite remaining on a positive trajectory, Vietnam’s economy largely depends on foreign capital, making it vulnerable and instable. The country is facing the risk of trade protectionism following U.S. President Trump's decision to ditch the Trans-Pacific Partnership this year, indicating that the economic growth rate target of 6.7% in 2017 may become a great challenge.

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  • Q1 2017 | Vietnam Quarterly Knowledge Report

    Recently, a large co-working space has been inaugurated in District 2, providing workspace for more than 300 people, who are more likely small and medium enterprises (SMEs), freelancers, and independent contractors. It is evident that co-working space has been more popular due to its flexibility and cost-saving. Indeed, this kind of property is the preferable choice for SMEs, as they just need 20 to 40sqm for operation while 90% of existing buildings offer at least 200sqm. According to Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 30% of the country’s population is at the age of 20-30 years old with 13% of them owning their start-ups in 2015, which will push up demand for co-working space and put further pressure on the city’s office market, especially the Grade B and C office buildings in the upcoming periods.

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  • Q1 2017 | Danang Quarterly Knowledge Report

    Danang’s real GDP growth rate accelerated to an estimated 8.52% y-o-y in Q1 2017, while state budget reached over USD225.5 million. Total retail sales of goods and services achieved USD1.05 billion, equivalent to 26.5% of the whole year’s plan, up 15.2% y-o-y. Significant increase was also seen in export turnover with USD334.8 million, reaching 23.1% of the whole year’s target and up 11.4% y-o-y. The city’s industrial sector remained an outperformer with industrial development index (IIP) expanding by 11.1%. Considered a spearhead economic sector of the city, income from tourism activities achieved nearly USD172 million with international arrivals reaching 1.33 million, an impressive increase of 29.4% y-o-y. It is expected that this trend of tourism sector would continue in the long term as the city government attempts to promote the tourism industry through a combination of measures such as impressive marketing campaigns as well as ongoing development of transportation services and infrastructure.

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  • Q1 2017 | Hanoi Quarterly Knowledge Report

    Despite the long Tet holiday in the first quarter of 2017, the economy of the capital remained on a positive trajectory with improvements in most of the economic indicators. Hanoi’ GRDP achieved USD5.3 billion, up 7.06% y-o-y; while CPI remained stable. The city’s investment environment was significantly improved with highest Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) thus far, ranking 14 out of 63 provinces and cities around the country. FDI inflows of both newly registered and supplementary capital reached USD580 million, equivalent to 70.3% compared to the same period of 2016. Retail sales of the capital city were up 7.6% y-o-y, reaching USD24 billion, while the total trade deficit was up to USD3.96 billion. Besides, the city is facing with numerous typical difficulties in fast urbanization, overcrowding and overloaded infrastructure, which may be a huge long term hindrance to the city’s economic growth.

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  • Q1 2017 | HCMC Quarterly Knowledge Report

    The city’s economy in the first three months of 2017 continued to develop steadily with positive conditions enhanced by a combination of improved investment environment, increasing private sector participation and wave of start-up companies. In particular, the gross regional domestic product (GRDP) is estimated to increase by 7.46% (while this figure for the same period last year was 7.08%). Industrial production index (IIP) rose by 6.02%, while total retail sales of goods and services increased by 12%, achieving approximately USD10 billion. The city’s export values and import values were USD2.78 billion and USD3.56 billion respectively. Total newly registered and supplementary FDI achieved USD550.4 million in which there were 137 supplementary projects, worth of USD132.6 million.

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  • Colliers Hotels Insight | Q2 2017

    A quarterly digest of key trends in the hospitality sector

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    Office sector has emerged as the strongest growth driver in most Asian countries, with several markets recording record-high transaction prices, particularly in Hong Kong and Singapore.

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  • Colliers International Appoints Harco te Lindert as the Head of Project Management, China

    Harco will be responsible for building Colliers’ project management consultancy business across all four regions within China.

  • China investment property market looks positive, despite dip in Q1

    While China’s investment property market fell in Q1, the outlook for the remainder of the year is positive.

  • Colliers International Appoints Tammy Tang (邓懿君) to lead West China region

    Tammy will take up the leadership role of West China for Colliers, encompassing Colliers’ businesses in Chengdu and Xian.

  • Colliers successfully sells Shanghai Central Park to Blackrock

    Colliers International has successfully concluded the disposal of Central Park in the fringe CBD of Shanghai.

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