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Vietnam’s industrial property remains attractive: Savills VN

Publication date 07 April 2021 | 21:52 | ICT

Industrial property continues to be a hot segment for Vietnam’s real estate market with mounting enquiries as manufacturers seek to mitigate risk and diversify supply chains, according to Savills Vietnam.

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