May, 2020

Risk Diversification: Manufacturers Shift Base
Invest in Vietnam's Booming Economy
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Since the initial outbreak, the coronavirus has been declared a pandemic across the globe. Dubbed ‘the World’s Factory,’ China has encountered closure of all production lines. Global luxury brands have suffered while many are shifting production base elsewhere to diversify risk. Vietnam emerges as a favorable production destination for its lower cost and economic growth in the exports and manufacturing sectors.

Following Vietnam’s rapid development, capital city Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Nha Trang are seeing robust growth in their expat and middle-class populations, a factor that has translated to capital appreciation and an annual 6% rental yield* in the property market. Ashton Hawks introduces an exclusive selection of prime real estate from condominiums, offices, commercial spaces, hotels to factories – projects tailored to your investment plan. Register your interest now for additional information and insider guides!

*Rental rate is not guaranteed. Terms and conditions apply.

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