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M&A: opportunity for Vietnamese enterprises to become stronger

M&A: opportunity for Vietnamese enterprises to become stronger

Despite being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, over the past time, the picture of merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in Vietnam still has bright colors. M&A activities in Vietnam are forecasted to be vibrant again when the pandemic is gradually controlled.
The press conference on the Vietnam M&A Forum 2020 with the theme "Rising in a new normal state". (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam's M&A market possibly reaches US$7 billion by 2022

Experts predict that the M&A market in Vietnam will likely make the V-shaped recovery in the period from 2021 to 2022, reaching US$4.5 billion-US$5 billion by 2021 before rebounding stronger with a value of $7 billion by 2022.
Production at Cau Tre Export goods Processing Joint Stock Company, a company that was bought by a Korean company. (Photo: SGGP)

Wave of foreign investment into Vietnam

According to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam, in the first four months of this year, there were 2,523 times of capital contribution and purchase of shares of foreign investors with a total value of nearly US$2 billion, an increase of 52.6 percent over the same period last year.
Another 207 tax departments to be merged

Another 207 tax departments to be merged

The General Department of Taxation announced that it will merge 207 tax departments into 98 regional tax departments in the third phase of this year and these new regional tax departments will start operation from October 7 this year.
To ensure efficient divestment, PetroVietnam is working on a number of plans, including consolidating the two companies. (Photo: vietnamfinance.vn)

Merger of two biggest fertiliser firms considered

PetroVietnam is laying out plans to divest capital from the two biggest Vietnamese fertiliser companies – PetroVietnam Fertiliser & Chemicals Corp (DPM) and PetroVietnam Ca Mau Fertiliser Joint Stock Company (DCM) – to submit to authorities for consideration.