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Intel Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. are both aiming to resume full operations of their HCM City plants by the end of November.
The Vietnamese National Assembly will create favourable conditions for local and foreign businesses in all economic sectors to invest and do business in the country.
The fourth outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic starting from late April has had more negative impacts on daily life as well as socio-economic development than the previous waves in the country.
The largest private equity fund management company in the US has just sold Vinhomes shares and made a profit of more than VND1,000 billion (nearly US$ 43.5 million) after a year.
A flash survey by the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam revealed that while many US companies' operations in Vietnam have been affected significantly by the pandemic, the majority do not want to shift production out of Vietnam.
With a total registered capital of nearly US$1.6 billion during January-August, real estate continued to rank third among 18 sectors attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).
The increasing presence of foreign giants has put great pressure on domestic retailers.
The latest Covid-19 outbreak, which began in late April, has slowed down the industrial real estate market. There have been only small-scale projects and no large scale one announced.
Foreign investors have poured 15.27 billion USD of investment in Vietnam so far this year, equivalent to 97.4 percent of the amount recorded in the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI).
Eight experts have thrown their weight behind the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s proposal to allow domestic petrol and oil traders to transfer their stakes of no more than 35% to foreign investors.
Bac Giang province has been gathering strength to fight the Covid-19 outbreak for one month, vowing to stamp out the outbreak by the end of June.
Foreign capital continued flowing to industrial real estate via mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in five months of this year, particularly in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam has been chosen among leading destinations in Southeast Asia by Japanese investors, Nakajima Takeo, Chief Representative of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) in Hanoi, has said.
Conducting an initial public offering (IPO) to list on a foreign stock exchange not only helps Vietnamese companies attract investors but also strengthens their status and the country’s profile in the world.
Vietnamese property technology (proptech) firms are attracting the attention of both foreign and domestic investors keen to grab a larger share of the country’s US$500-million market.
With the gradual recovery in the confidence of the business community in the first four months of the year, a continued support for enterprises is needed to help them stay afloat and weather the storm caused by the pandemic.
Foreign investors from China, Thailand, and Singapore are increasingly acquiring renewable energy projects located at strategic positions from domestic enterprises.
In the first four months to April 20, foreign investors pumped 12.25 billion USD in Vietnam, equal to 99.3 percent of the amount recorded in the same period last year.