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Indochina Plaza in Hanoi City, VietNam

Indochina Plaza Hanoi is the commercial complex and apartments which is built in the area of 16.619m2 at 239 Xuan Thuy Str., Cau Giay Dist., Hanoi, on the road linking the central districts to My Dinh area and main roads leading to Noi Bai international airport.

 With modern architecture, louvers preventing direct anti-sunlight harmoniously designed to heat- protecting and reduce power consumption. 2- layer glass windows, ensuring security without affecting vision.

 Indochina Land has launched a product that people here may enjoy the true value of life.

 The combination includes a 11-storey office tower, two apartment towers: 31 and 35 floors, is connected by a modern shopping center at 5 floors.

 The two apartment towers with a total construction area of 60.208m2 including 390 luxury apartments under overlasting owning. The apartments have area from  93m2 to over 200m2 and 6 especially luxurious pent-houses with private swimming pool.

 An 11-storey Grade A office Area of Indochina Plaza Hanoi has a total floor area of about 17.889m2 and is equipped with 4 high speed elevators. Each floor of the office has a total area of 1.635m2 with a service area in the center.

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May 26, 2012 Posted by | News | Leave a comment

Bank doors open more widely, but businesses cannot go in

It’s obvious that the State Bank’s decision to slash the dong ceiling deposit interest rate to 12 percent aims to rescue businesses which have been bogged down in difficulties. However, analysts have warned that the decision may not help much.

Businesses’ assets nearly exhausted

Deputy Chair of the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas) Nguyen Duc Thanh said that most of the assets of enterprises are not valuable, just several thousands of square meters of production workshops.

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April 22, 2012 Posted by | News | , | Leave a comment

Hanoi realty market not ripe for investors

This is not the right time for secondary investors to join the present dreary realty market as the central bank’s latest loosened credit policy will bring about a psychological impact only, insist market observers.

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April 22, 2012 Posted by | News | Leave a comment