The Hong Kong Business Association Vietnam - HKBAV is a non-profit, voluntary Membership Association of Hong Kong Business in Vietnam. Officially established on 23rd July 1999, aiming to provide business interaction amongst Members and local/international business communities.
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[HCMC] CO-HOSTED BUSINESS LUNCHEON
Fri, 06 Feb 2015
Co-host with CanCham: The Year Ahead - Executive Summary and Outlook 2015
11:30 am
Park Hyatt Ballroom, 2 Lam Son Square, D. 1, HCMC
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[HCMC] GALA DINNER PARTY
Sat, 28 Mar 2015
H.K. Gala Dinner
6:00pm onwards
The Reverie Saigon – Times Square, 5/F. Ballroom, 57-69F Dong Khoi St., D. 1
Book now!
   HKBAV DISCOUNT SCHEME UPDATED JANUARY 2015

[07-01-2015] Please click the link below to update some new outlets who have offered discount rates to our HKBAV Membership Card. Don't forget to present your card to attain the discount as mentioned when you patronize these outlets.

   HKBAV OFFICE HOLIDAY NOTICE

[23-12-2014] Dear Members & Friends,
At this joyous time of year, we would like to express our heartfelt wishes and warmest gratitude for your support. May you & your family be blessed with good health and all the happiness and success in the coming year!
Our office will be closed on December 25, 2014 in observance of Christmas Day and January 01, 2015 of New Year’s day.

   HKBAV DISCOUNT SCHEME UPDATED DECEMBER 2014

[01-12-2014] Please click the link below to update some new outlets who have offered discount rates to our HKBAV Membership Card. Don't forget to present your card to attain the discount as mentioned when you patronize these outlets.

   HKBAV WINS OUTSTANDING MEMBERSHIP AWARD 2014

[26-11-2014] The Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide’s  Awards Competition is organized every year to recognize the milestones reached by associations/chapters and associates. We’re delighted to inform you that HKBAV, once again, wins the Regional Grand Prize Runner-up and Percentage Increase Achiever under the Asia and Australasia region of the Outstanding Membership Award 2014. The extensive effort the Association has undertaken this year in recruiting qualified members has contributed much value in expanding the global network of the Federation.

   INTELLASIA FINANCE & BUSINESS NEWS - JANUARY 29, 2015 [MEMBER ONLY]

1.State Bank calls for lending interest rates to be lowered
2.41 Vietnamese firms join billion dollar club
3.Workshop updates information on Asean Economic Community
4.Economic zone gets funding boost
5.Serviced apartment rents hard to rise this year - brokerages
----and more news

   VIETNAM TENDERS DAILY- JANUARY 29, 2015 [MEMBER ONLY]

1.Electric equipment and material supply
2.Shunt transformer and current transformer supply
3.Equipment, software and technology transfer supply
4.Server and network equipment supply
5.Waterway corridor dredging and upgrading
----and more news

   INTELLASIA FINANCE & BUSINESS NEWS - JANUARY 28, 2015 [MEMBER ONLY]

1.HCM City targets 13pct credit growth rate in 2015
2.Vietnam-US trade relations progress rapidly; TPP conclusion in sight
3.Vietnam rapidly urbanising: World Bank
4.Report announces cross-sector financial capacity improvement
5.Investment in casinos: an insidious race
----and more news

   VIETNAM TENDERS DAILY- JANUARY 28, 2015 [MEMBER ONLY]

1.Steel anchor bar and accessories supply
2.Equipment and machinery supply
3.Interior equipment supply and installation
4.Road and drainage system construction
5.Pipeline and gas valve hole construction
----and more news

   BANKS TAKING OVER FINANCIAL FIRMS SHAPES A GROWING TREND

[27-01-2015] Marriages between banks and financial firms are forecast to be vibrant this year, but industry experts assume such deals could bring banks both advantages and disadvantages. Early this month, Vietnam Chemical Finance JSC (VCFC) announced the transfer of around 90 per cent of their stake to Techcombank, increasing the latter’s total stake in VCFC to 99.87 per cent.

   VIETNAM’S ECONOMY AT A CROSSROADS IN 2015

[26-01-2015]The government has set its sights for the nation’s economy to expand at a quicker 6.2% GDP rate for 2015 as strong exports continue to drive growth and it tries to invigorate them to offset weak domestic demand. However, policy makers readily acknowledge the country is facing numerous difficulties and challenges in 2015, so the targets set for next year are very challenging.

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