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.
[16-07-2014] We are pleased to inform you that we will be delighted to assist in circulating advertising leaflet of commercial purpose. Please refer to the details below for the fixed charge to cover our postage and administration cost of providing such service.
[02-07-2014] 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.
[11-06-2014] Dear HKBAV Members,
According to the critical outbreak of violence against FDI Factories and Personnel happened in Vietnam recently, as a representative of the Hong Kong business enterprises in Vietnam, we wish we could extend our help in providing some necessary information to our Hong Kong community here in case of emergency.
1.Moody's Upgrades Vietnam Credit Ratings
2.Police arrest three top leaders of Vietnam Construction Bank
3.New life insurers set ambitious profit goal
4.HCM City targets higher budget revenue in 2015
5.Industry inventories continue to rise
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1.Band conveyor supply and installation
2.Air conditioner supply and installation
3.Central heating system supply and installation
4.Electric and electronic equipment and material supply
5.Wastewater processing system supply and installation
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[30-07-2014] In the first quarter of 2014, apartment transactions in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) nearly doubled that of a year ago while prices continued falling in a narrow range, Vnexpress.net reported, citing information from CBRE Vietnam.
[30-07-2014] Republic of Korea (RoK) businesses have pumped over US$3.13 billion of cash into Vietnam’s economy in the first seven months of the year, accounting for one third of the country’s total foreign direct investment (FDI).
[30-07-2014] A revised Enterprise Law will motivate enterprises and create a transparent business climate, policy-makers and economists have affirmed. This was debated in Ha Noi yesterday during a workshop to forecast the impact of the amended Enterprise Law from the perspective of a global business index in 2013.
[29-07-2014] Viet Nam enjoyed a trade surplus of US$1.26 billion in the first seven months of the year, equal to 1.5% of the country’s total export turnover. Of the figure, the foreign direct investment sector contributed US$9.78 billion, statistics shows. According to the General Statistics Office, the total export turnover attained US$83.5 billion, witnessing a year-on-year increase of 14.1%. The figure includes US$55.8 billion foreign-invested sector.