Investment Vietnam becomes ‘semi-transparent’ real estate market for first time: JLL By Gia Phong Thursday, Jul 16, 2020,13:51 (GMT+7) Vietnam becomes ‘semi-transparent’ real estate market for first time: JLLBy Gia Phong A night view of a residential area in District 7, HCMC. Vietnam rises to a new category on the JLL’s global real estate transparency index – PHOTO: GIA PHONG HCMC – The progress in Vietnam’s largest market, HCMC, has seen it rise one place in the rankings to 56th, while steady advances over the last two surveys have helped push the country into the “Semi-Transparent” market category for first time in JLL’s biennial Global Real Estate Transparency Index 2020. “It is no surprise that Vietnam has moved from ‘Non-transparent’ to ‘Semi-transparent’ in our latest transparency index,” said Stephen Wyatt, Country Head of JLL Vietnam. He explained that over the past decade, Vietnam has become a top destination for manufacturing in Southeast Asia and has attracted significant foreign investment. The country will need to rise further in the rankings if it wants to attract more foreign investment. Emerging markets have once again shown the greatest advancement in the index, with six Asia Pacific markets – Mainland China (32nd), Thailand (33rd), India (34th), Indonesia (40th),… Read full this story
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