The Hong Kong Business Association Vietnam – HKBAV is a non-profit, non-governmental, and non-political voluntary Membership Association of Hong Kong business in Vietnam that was established in HCMC in 1999 and Hanoi in 2012. The aim of HKBAV is to provide interaction among Members and the local/international business communities. We welcome Members of all nationalities who are interested in having business relations with Hong Kong and its members operating in Vietnam. HKBAV has since earned a bona fide reputation amongst the International Business communities in Vietnam through the activities it organized. Being one of the Consortium Associate Members.
According to the municipal Department of Planning and Investment, the British Virgin Islands was the largest investor by pouring 71.59 million USD into the sector, accounting for 43.5 percent of realty investment. The Republic of Korea came second with 19.5 percent, followed by Japan (10 percent), Singapore (5.7 percent) and China’s Hong Kong (3.4 percent).
The chefs from Sichuan will be preparing a set dinner on 24 and 25 May for just 1,288,000++, which will also feature the musical stylings of Malaysian singer Esther Khoo. The seven-course menu includes delicacies such as double boiled soup with fish maw and vegetables, dried sea cucumber, fried square fish with kale, and spicy wontons.
A new trend has emerged in Hanoi’s office leasing market in the first three months of 2019 due to the declining supply in the city centre as well as the disadvantages in amenities and price. Hanoi’s real estate market is now expanding from the centre, towards the neighbouring areas and new business centres. Tenants now prefer office buildings in the west of Hanoi.