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Ngoc Nguyen is the Vietnamese correspondent for DEAL STREET ASIA. She has four years of experience in the journalism industry before heading for DEAL STREET ASIA, tracking movements of the Vietnamese stock market.
A graduate of the Foreign Trade University with economics knowledge and the love for writing, she joined the monthly magazine Vietnam Financial Review and then Vietnam's only English language daily newspapers, Viet Nam News. She has also worked as a freelancer for the thoibaotaichinhvietnam.vn, translating global financial news into Vietnamese.
Japanese venture capital Genesia Ventures said it has completed an undisclosed investment in six-month-old house rental startup Luxstay. This is the first venture capital funding round the company has received, an executive with the firm told DEALSTREETASIA. Luxstay allows customers to rent short-term villas, apartments and high-end homestays owned by… Read more »
It includes a A$10 million commitment from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation
This is the biggest investment Panda TV has bagged since its inception in 2015.
New market developments in the Vietnam real estate industry have seen VinaCapital exit the Hanoi-based mixed-use project, called Times Square, selling to Elite Capital Resources Limited. Meanwhile, banking institution LienVietPostBank has decided to purchase bonds of Sacomreal for VND500 billion. VinaLand exits abandoned project Times Square for $41m VinaLand Limited, the… Read more »
It bagged series A of $1.8 million from IT-Farm.
South Korean conglomerate Taekwang is mulling an acquisition of Vietnam’s largest logistics firm Gemadept as it looks to fortify its logistics chain in the Southeast Asian region, the Korea Economic Daily reported. The newswire cited industry sources saying that Taekwang had submitted a letter of intent to purchase shares of the Vietnamese… Read more »
Chinese firms raising funds from specialised VC & PE firms and capital market.
Marks fifth investment by Mekong Enterprise Fund III
The two JVs to have a total initial charter capital of $10 million.
The firm has invited 15 investors to participate in its privatisation process.