Vietnam ranked second out of 50 economies in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) Investment Index, which reflects the expected level of investment, activity and attractiveness of the global M&A market amid macroeconomic and financial shocks, according to market research firm Euromonitor.
The country is set to score 102 and 94.6 out of the maximum of 250 in 2020 and 2021 staying behind only the US with its respective scores of 108.9 and 112.5. Other countries in Euromonitor’s top 5 included China, India and Israel.
The score is divided into four groups, with 100+ indicating high M&A activity, 75 – 100: moderate to high M&A activity, 50 – 75: moderate to low M&A activity,
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