Trần Trung Thành, a real estate broker in Bình Thuận and Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu provinces, said since the beginning of April demand for agricultural lands has seen a sharp slump.
Listed companies are being more careful with their capital mobilisation plans, as the market is in an unfavorable condition and the Government tightens the bond market management.
Việt Nam’s stock market is still cheap at 11.5 times forward P/E and expectations of EPS growth of over 20 per cent this year compared to an average P/E of 16.2 for its emerging market ASEAN peers.
Chairman of HCM City People's Committee and head of the city's National Assembly Delegation Phan Văn Mãi told Vietnam News Agency about the city's Ring Road No3 project discussed at the parliament during the ongoing plenary session.
Bond issuers have become more cautious amid the authorities tightening control of the market, leading to issuance shrinkages.