Mark Ridley Viet Nam is one of Asia’s most vibrant property markets and a long-term strategic area for Savills. Mark Ridley, newly appointed Group CEO for Savills, spoke to Viet Nam News reporter Thu Hang about how to attract foreign investment into the Vietnamese real estate market during a visit to HCM City last week. How do you see Viet Nam’s property market? What factors will help it attract FDI in the next few years? Viet Nam has come a long way since our office opened in 1995. It is now one of the global property hotspots. With robust fundamentals, a positive macro-economic outlook and continuous investment in infrastructure, the market is thriving across a multitude of real estate sectors. GDP growth we are now getting is very very important. Foreign investors are looking for opportunities in Viet Nam. It is not just those investors but also corporations looking to relocate their facilities to Viet Nam. A great work force, good cost space and access to a really educated talent pool of people are factors that more and more corporations are wishing to take advantage of. With international companies relocating, you see international capital. So I see not only an… Read full this story
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