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Tech firms may occupy up to a quarter of office space in Southeast Asia by 2030

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Market Watch – August 26, 2018

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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Spotting the opportunities: Flexible space in Asia Pacific

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Is Vietnam industrial’s hottest property sector ?

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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From the world’s factory to global innovator – China’s 12 most future-proof cities

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – What is the status of FDI investment into Vietnam Real Estate

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Vietnam to benefit from individual investor dollars

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Vietnam is establishing itself as a manufacturing hub for South East Asia

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Market Watch – May 31, 2018

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Market Watch – May 14, 2018

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Vietnam Property Market Brief 1Q18

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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Hanoi – What’s the next big trend in the property market

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Market Watch – Jan 08, 2018

This year’s merger-and-acquisition movement is coming to a somewhat quiet close in terms the fourth quarter of completions, but deals that have been stuck in due diligence or with approvals are finally moving forward. Activity was led by Chinese, Singaporean, Korean, and Japanese investors, and despite a limited supply of opportunities investor appetite has not receded for income-producing, standing assets across all real estate sectors.

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JLL – Market Watch – Dec 25, 2017

With a lack of supply and increasing rents in Ho Chi Minh City’s existing central business district (CBD) and the completion of major infrastructure within Thu Thiem, it is anticipated that those with large head office requirements will begin to consider the latter a viable alternative, according to Mr. Greg Ohan, Director of Solutions Development at JLL Vietnam.

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Time for Thu Thiem

Thu Thiem will relieve some of the pressures Ho Chi Minh City currently faces. The infrastructure within Ho Chi Minh’s existing CBD is starting to buckle under the pressure of rapid expansion in the last three decades. The undersupply of Grade A office stock in the CBD is pushing rents higher, reaching levels not seen since 2008. Traffic congestion has increased over the past five years, with the number of cars increasing 35 per cent annually from 2012-2016 according to VAMA figures.

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Southeast Asia & Vietnam Hotel Market Outlook

​Hotel investors remain focused on gateway cities such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Melbourne, as they offer positive tourism and trading fundamentals while the long term demand and supply is in balance. Vietnam or Cambodia are also on the lookout of foreign investors as these emerging markets are strongly supported by Chinese tourism. Read our latest report for more information.

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Ho Chi Minh City Real Estate Update 1H 2017

In the first half of 2017, Vietnam’s GDP growth was estimated at 5.7%, higher than the 5.5% in 1Q16, according to the General Statistics Office. In terms of econo​mic structure, the agriculture, forestry and fishery sector witnessed growth of 2.7% y-o-y despite the effects of harsh climatic and environmental disasters. The industrial and construction sector grew by 5.8% y-o-y, lower than the 7.1% in 2016 owing to a significant decline in the mining sector. Meanwhile, by end-2Q17, the service sector recorded record growth of more than 6.9% y-o-y, the highest figure since 2012.

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Vietnam – Shining Bright Like A Diamond

JLL Vietnam successfully organized a seminar “4Q16 HCMC Property Market OVERVIEW” at Le Meridien Hotel Saigon with more than 200 attendees and 35 reporters in Ho Chi Minh City. Stephen Wyatt, Country Head of JLL Vietnam, comments: “Market in Vietnam will witness another strong year in 2017. The economy is performing well and is considered one of the best performers in SEA. We expect to see considerable activity in all sectors of the market with positive focus on low-mid end residential in cities, the HCMC office market, hospitality and industrial. Based on the considerable no of enquirie, we are receiving from both foreign and domiestic investors, we expect M&A activity will be a “record” year in 2017″.

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2020 Vision – Metro line and Integrated Business Park

How will the introduction of new Metrolines and Integrated Business Parks change the way we work, live and play? Both Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) and Hanoi reported strong launching and sales activity in the first quarter of 2017. New launches came on a citywide and segment-wide manner in both main markets, and sales continued to respond positively to the new supply.

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JLL – Market Watch – Dec 11, 2017

JLL said prices of residential units in the peninsula are currently 30-35% below District 1’s levels. Meanwhile, in Shanghai, apartment prices in Pudong new center are 43% above the old central business district of Puxi, and Bonifacio prices are the same as Makati in the Philippines. Over time, the consultant expected Thu Thiem to follow a similar trend. Many overseas investors from China, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Japan have expressed interest to invest in the peninsula. They are hunting for good investment opportunities in Thu Thiem at a reasonable land price through acquisition or joint venture with local partners.

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JLL – Market Watch – Dec 4, 2017

Thu Thiem, the proposed financial district and mixed-use urban area in Ho Chi Minh City, is set to become the largest inner-city development in Southeast Asia. Mr. Stephen Wyatt, Country Head at JLL Vietnam, said the master plan for Thu Thiem is set to alleviate the lack of supply faced in the existing CBD. “As infrastructure improves within Thu Thiem, we anticipate that larger firms will start considering it as a viable alternative to the existing CBD and set up their head offices there,” he added. Its developable area consists of 176 land parcels. This includes approximately 3.4 million sq m of commercial space and 3.2 million sq m of residential space for a population of 145,000.

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JLL – Market Watch – July 31, 2017

The Ministry of Planning and Investment is targeting an economic growth rate of 6.4 to 6.8 per cent for Viet Nam in 2018, according to a document sent to ministries and local authorities with guidelines to develop the socio-economic plan for 2018. The growth would continue to improve, fueled by increases in manufacturing, construction, trade, banking and tourism sectors.

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JLL – Market Watch – July 24, 2017

In the first half of this year, Dong Nai attracted $650 million in FDI, meeting 65 per cent of the target set for the whole year, the board’s statistics revealed. Disbursement of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the southern province of Dong Nai has reached approximately US$430 million thus far this year, fulfilling 54 per cent of its yearly target.

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JLL – Market Watch – July 17, 2017

Currently, the National Assembly has passed the resolution on dividing Long Thanh International Airport’s resettlement and site clearance compensation into different component projects. The government provides the Long Thanh project with USD 220 million for the medium- and long-term plans on site clearance. However, this amount accounts for only 21.7% of the actual funds necessary.

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JLL – Market Watch – July 10, 2017

The National Assembly approves special site clearance mechanism for Long Thanh International Airport, Hanoi’s luxury hotels fully booked by Q1, 2018 , Quang Ninh’s GRDP growth sets five-year record, Uniqlo may be heading to Vietnam, HCMC targets selling 5,000 state-owned residential buildings this year, Bac Lieu: Foreign investors eye wind power projects…

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JLL – Market Watch – June 26, 2017

The National Assembly approves special site clearance mechanism for Long Thanh International Airport, Hanoi’s luxury hotels fully booked by Q1, 2018 , Quang Ninh’s GRDP growth sets five-year record, Uniqlo may be heading to Vietnam, HCMC targets selling 5,000 state-owned residential buildings this year, Bac Lieu: Foreign investors eye wind power projects…

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JLL – Market Watch – June 06, 2017

The Republic of Korea is Vietnam’s largest FDI investor in first five months, Around 11,000 new companies set up in May nationwide, Hai Phong takes lead in industrial production growth, Vietnam to develop 1,370km cross-nation expressway at USD 13 billion, Binh Duong’s five-month FDI figures surpass annual target…

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CW Real Estate Report Q2, 2016

The World Bank has revised its forecast for Vietnam’s economic growth for 2016 to 6.2% from previous estimate of 6.5%, mainly due to unfavorable climate and weaker global demand. However, Vietnam is still expected to have the brightest growth prospects among Southeast Asian economies and one of the most attractive environment for foreign investors. As of May 2016, total inward FDI into Vietnam reached US$10.16 billion (both newly registered and adjusted), up 136% y-o-y; implemented FDI was estimated to have reached US$5.8 billion, up 17.2% y-o-y. The manufacturing and processing industry attracted the largest share, at 65% of total registered capital. Real estate ranked third with 5.4%. Korea was the leading investor with newly registered FDI accounting for 38% of total new investment.

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CW Real Estate Report Q1, 2016

With an impressive economic growth in 2015, the government has set a more optimistic target of 6.7% in GDP growth and CPI at below 5% in 2016. As of February 2016, total inward FDI into Vietnam reached US$2.80 billion (both newly registered and adjusted), up 135% year-on-year, while implemented FDI was estimated to have reached US$1.5 billion, up 15.4% year-on-year. The manufacturing and processing industry, which accounted for 71.2% of total registered capital, attracted the largest share. Singapore was the leading investor with newly registered FDI in the first two months accounting for 23% of the total investment.

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CW Real Estate Report Q4, 2015

GDP was estimated to have increased by 6.68% in 2015, with growth in Q4 reaching 7.01%, the highest quarterly level in the past 5 years. Inflation continued to remain subdued with price growth averaging at 2.05% y-o-y. As of December 15 2015, total inward FDI into Vietnam reached US$22.76 billion (both newly registered and adjusted), up 12.5% y-o-y; disbursed FDI was estimated to have reached US$14.5 billion, up 17.4% y-o-y. Real estate ranked third among sectors that attracted the highest shares of total FDI with US$2.4 billion registered (10.5%).

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