Update news FIA
VietNamNet Bridge - Investments from Japan, South Korea and China were the most significant players in FDI (foreign direct investment) in 2017.
US investors poured $10 billion worth of FDI (foreign direct investment) into Vietnam by October 2017, becoming the ninth largest foreign investor in Vietnam among 128 countries and territories, according to FIA (Foreign Investment Agency).
VietNamNet Bridge - China is among the four biggest foreign direct investors, and Chinese investors have contributed $280 million worth of capital to 593 projects in Vietnam.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam’s economic growth is still heavily dependent on foreign invested enterprises (FIEs), especially conglomerates.
VietNamNet Bridge - Many foreign investors are contributing capital or buying stakes in Vietnamese enterprises.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese bankers have been warned that they should beware of not only well-known banks from Japan, UK, Singapore and the US, but rivals from South Korea as well.
VietNamNet Bridge - China's 10-year development strategy could be a good policy for its industry, but it has raised concerns in other countries, including Vietnam.
VietNamNet Bridge - The wave of foreign investors making capital contributions and buying a stake in Vietnamese businesses began in 2015 and increased significantly last year.
VietNamNet Bridge - As the state’s divestment plan continues, more foreign companies are pouring capital into Vietnamese businesses.
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has been successfully calling for foreign direct investment (FDI) in the last 10 years, but in order to improve the quality of FDI projects, it needs new policies and technologies.
The latest report by the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) shows that only $490 million worth of foreign direct investment (FDI) was registered in November, the lowest level this year.
VietNamNet Bridge - Consultants and experts have recommended that Vietnam take measures to prevent foreign-invested projects from using outdated technologies, causing pollution and consuming national resources.
The Ba Ria-Vung Tau People’s Committee has released the criteria to choose new investors for Vung Tau Paradaise Resort developed by Vung Tau Paradise Company.