Ninh Thuan will strive to become a relatively developed province in the region and the country by 2025. To create a driving force for socioeconomic development, the province will focus on drawing investment flows into industrial zones. Accordingly, the Ninh Thuan Management Board of Industrial Zones has made ongoing efforts to build an open business and investment environment.
Vietnam has about 335 industrial parks across the country together with 17 economic zones, which play an important role in investment attraction and State budget collection.
The largest southern city aims to build 107.5 million square metres of housing over the next 10 years, one of the highlights of the draft housing development programme for HCM City between 2021 and 2030.
The housing market is witnessing huge demand and its strong growth momentum comes from rapid urbanization, driven by a so-called gold structure. Mr. Neil MacGregor, Managing Director of Savills Vietnam, said the market is still facing big nuisances such as legal procedures, land funds and investment capital, which result in a mismatch between supply and demand.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) is mulling over an in-depth assessment of land usage of foreign-invested enterprises, particularly projects in major localities such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, Haiphong, and Khanh Hoa.
Up to 80 percent of real estate trading floors have resumed operations, along with the establishment of new ones, according to the Ministry of Construction (MoC).
Several large-scale industrial zones were being set up from the beginning of this year to capture the opportunity of attracting both foreign and domestic manufacturers in the wave of post-pandemic production and business recovery.
Since 2019, real estate businesses have been regularly in the group of businesses with the highest value of corporate bonds issued monthly, quarterly and annually. However, since the beginning of the year, after the tightening policy of capital inflows into this sector, the value of real estate corporate bonds has dropped sharply.