Update news foreign investors
VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese spend $4 billion every year on overseas study, while 450 foreign language centers exist in Hanoi and HCMC.
Of the 15 wind power projects approved in Ninh Thuan province, only three have been implemented as promised by investors.
VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign investors are interested in BOT projects, but few investors dare to pour money into the sector because of unstable policies.
VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign capital flow, which was behind the strong rise of the Vietnam stock market in 2017, is expected to help the VN Index reach new highs in 2018.
Attracting foreign capital will allow Vietnamese pharmacy firms improve their competitiveness and develop the national pharmacy industry. However, analysts warn that the market may fall into foreign hands.
VietNamNet Bridge - Plastics companies' high growth rate of 11 percent in the last five years has attracted the interest of foreign companies.
VietNamNet Bridge – Governor Le Minh Hung of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has called for foreign investors to participate in the restructuring of the banking system.
VietNamNet Bridge - Many globally renowned investment funds have shown interest in the Vietnamese property market after announcing investment deals worth tens of millions of dollars in potential real estate firms.
VietNamNet Bridge - The continued net sales by foreign investors has raised big concerns. However, experts have said the net sales would end by June.
Foreign credit institutions intending to contribute to establishing non-banking financial companies will be required to have a minimum US$10 billion of assets at the end of the previous year as of February 8.
VietNamNet Bridge – State utility Vietnam Electricity Group (EVN) has called for foreign firms to invest in the industry by getting involved in power generation projects or buying shares at State-run power companies.
VietNamNet Bridge - As the market recovery has become clearer, multinational groups and foreign investment funds have begun to inject money into real estate projects, mostly large ones.