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HOW TECHNOLOGY FIRMS ARE TRANSFORMING THE OFFICE LANDSCAPE IN SEA
As growth in Southeast Asia's online economy gains pace, JLL projects that technology companies will drive office occupancy, potentially accounting for 15 to 25 per cent of annual gross office leasing volumes in the next decade, compared to about five to 10 per cent three years ago.In this report, we highlight how technology companies are transforming the office markets in Southeast Asia cities, notably in Jakarta, Bangkok, Manila and Ho Chi Minh City. Tech firms may occupy up to a quarter of office space in Southeast Asia by 2030.
1. Tightening monetary policy to control inflation 2. Bad debt rises, are bank shares still attractive?3. New trends in Vietnam's rice exports 4. Stable growth predicted for steel consumption until year's end 5. Tax collection from tech-based business activities faces difficulties ----and more news
1. Equipment and accessories supply-bid extend2. Redundancy module supply-bid denial3. Water equipment and materials supply-bid extend4. Clean room supply and installation5. Audio equipment and projector supply----and more news
The 18th edition of Vietnam International Textile & Garment Industry Exhibition (VTG) concurrent with Vietnam International Textile & Apparel Accessories Exhibition (VitaTex) will run on November 21-24 at Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) again.
Hanoi will organise three important international trade fairs in November 2018 to help promote regional specialities as well as boost business co-operation and exports.
The daily reference exchange rate was adjusted down 2 VND to 22,725 VND per USD on November 14 after two consecutive days rising since November 12.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has forecast that Viet Nam’s total export revenue will grow 10-12% to hit a record of US$ 239 billion for the whole year 2018, much higher than the set target of US$ 214 billion.