Invest in the South-East Asia tiger country: Vietnam
First: Vietnam Expects Faster Growth.
First, Vietnam has been securing socio-political stability, and is known to be one of the most dynamic economies. Economic growth between 1991 and 2010 averaged 7.5% each year and, despite the many difficulties the country faced between 2011 and 2013, GDP growth still rose by 5.6%. Exports in the first nine months of year 2014 grew 14.4% while banks’ lending interest rates have fallen by around two percentage point year-to-date.Second: increasing consuming population
Second: Vietnam is now in a period of golden population structure – more than 60% of its population are working age.Third: Vietnam to allow more foreigners to buy property to boost market.
Investors with business interests in Vietnam from Singapore, China and Japan were the most likely to buy property, attracted by the potential for higher yields in Vietnam than at home. HOT PROJECTS NOW!