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Nguyen, Lan Ann
July 2008
Forbes Asia;7/21/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p122
The article presents information on the equity market of Vietnam. Chief executive officer of closed-end funds VinaCapital, Don Lam says that they are reinvesting into the equity market. It is stated that the VN Index has dropped 60% and the average P/E of the market is at 9 to 10 times. It mentions that despite the stock market slump, most banking and finance companies except it to grow 13% to 15% annually. It is stated that retail property investment is also promising in Vietnam.


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