Construction Activities

The Ministry of Construction has recently requested the Departments of Construction in cities and provinces to urge enterprises in the real estate sector to report suspicious transactions and cash transactions worth 300 million VND (13,000 USD) and above.


With the number of cars and bikes on the rise, Hanoi should accelerate planning for underground parking, experts have said.


Ho Chi Minh City's authorities have a new solution to attract investors to participate in apartment renovation projects. 


The Vietnam Water Supply Association (VWSA) and the German Water Partnership held a forum in Hanoi on August 1 discussing water drainage development policy and service prices. 


Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Transport has proposed investing 250 billion VND (10.8 million USD) to build 34 automatic toll booths to prevent traffic congestion during peak hours in the city centre.


The central city of Da Nang has applied various measures to encourage locals to take part in the movement of building new-style rural areas and civilized urban areas and reaped fruitful outcomes.


The office market in Ho Chi Minh City continued stable growth in the first half of this year, with some increases in rental prices and areas, according to major property consultant firms.  


The central province of Phu Yen began construction on the second stage of the first solar-powered public lighting system for Tuy Hoa city’s walking street, which will make it the first urban area in central Vietnam lit by renewable energy. 


The real estate sector has announced a number of joint venture projects with the Republic of Korea (RoK) and Japan in the past three years.


Green buildings provide more benefits for investors in the long term than normal buildings and reduce the economic burden for low- and middle-income families, according to general secretary of Vietnam Real Estate Association (VNREA) Nguyen Viet Chien.

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