The Hong Kong Business Association Vietnam - HKBAV is a non-profit, voluntary Membership Association of Hong Kong Business in Vietnam. Officially established on 23rd July 1999, aiming to provide business interaction amongst Members and local/international business communities.
[26-09-2016] The Hong Kong Business Association Vietnam – HKBAV is a non-profit, non-governmental, and non-political voluntary Membership Association of Hong Kong business in Vietnam that was established in HCMC in 1999 and Hanoi in 2012. The aim of HKBAV is to provide interaction among Members and the local/international business communities.
[01-09-2016] Please click the link below to update some new outlets who have offered discount rates to our HKBAV Membership Card. Don't forget to present your card to attain the discount as mentioned when you patronize these outlets.
We are delighted to inform you that the Corporate/Individual Member(s) below have participated in our HKBAV Membership. We hope that the joining of each new Member will bring more opportunities for business and friendship connection: “New Members - New Businesses”. Please be sure to introduce yourself to them at the next networking event and welcome them to our community!
[23-08-2016] Dear HKBAV Members,
Please be informed that HKBAV office will be closed on Friday, September 2nd., 2016 for Vietnam’s National Day and will resume to work on Monday, September 5th., 2016. We wish all Members a happy holiday!
1. Vietnam's foreign currency reserves at record high
2. Banks 'sweep tears of joy' when having super-VIP customers
3. Is the average income of Vietinbank employees lowest in the system?
4. Intermediary payment service providers told to enhance security
5. Tourism development to contribute more to Vietnam's GDP growth
[23-09-2016] Vietnam's textile-garment exports still increased in the first first eight months of this year but at a slower pace than in the same period last year. Vietnam shipped abroad US$18.7 billion worth of textile-garment products in the January-August period, up 4.4% year-on-year, according to the Vietnam Cotton and Spinning Association (VCOSA).
[26-09-2016] Ho Chi Minh City’s consumer price index (CPI) in September increased 0.43% from the previous month, and 2.71% from the same month last year, the municipal Statistics Office reported on September 24. A price hike was seen in seven out of 11 major goods and services groups with the highest rise spotted in education at 4.06% due increasing demands for learning equipment for the new school year.
[23-09-2016] Many globally renowned investment funds have shown interest in the Vietnamese property market after announcing investment deals worth tens of millions of dollars in potential real estate firms. Vo Huynh Tuan Kiet from CBRE Vietnam, a real estate service provider, said Vietnam in recent years has been witnessing hefty foreign investment in the property market.
[24-09-2016] PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked for drastic and effective actions in order to create a revolution in information technology (IT) application as a new development method for sharpening national competitiveness. The PM made the above statement on Saturday at the Viet Nam Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Summit 2016 themed “Digital revolution – Opportunities and challenges.”