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Many businesses cannot make payments for goods and services and have large debts, especially in the construction sector.

Vietnam hopeful about post-COVID-19 investment wave

Vietnam is expecting to welcome a new wave of high quality foreign direct investment in the near future according to some economists thanks to the country’s internationally acclaimed efforts to fight COVID-19, a new factor to assess business risks.

Iran plans to promote investments in Vietnam

The move is intended for Iranian businessmen and traders to become acquainted with the business potential of Vietnam and having more vigorous presence in this market.

US Development Finance eyes to invest in Vietnamese enterprises

US Development Finance Corporation is committed to investing in Vietnam, particularly in energy, healthcare and infrastructure development.

Vietnam allows 10-year residence for investors in coastal special economic zones

Phu Quoc is the only coastal economic zone that is applicable to the law.

JP Morgan names risks related to investments in Vietnamese banks

Vietnamese banks belong to a handful of examples that combine well two factors of high growth of profit and long-term stability.

Hefty funding needed for airport, expressway projects

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Transport is looking to raise a hefty VND712 trillion for airport and expressway projects to be implemented between now and 2020 to meet rising demand for passenger and cargo transport and fuel growth.

Coffee exporters follow each others’ steps falling into decay

VietNamNet Bridge – The last three years have witnessed the deaths of a series of companies and coffee material collection agents in the Central Highlands.

The ambitions cherished and the goals targeted by Vietnamese businesses

Vietinbank, which ranks the 1,764th in the Forbes Global 2000 hopes it can get in-grade promotion, while other Vietnamese businesses hope their names would enter the list one day.

Aviation market not as gloomy as thought

The death of Indochina Airlines and the current difficulties of Air Mekong have raised a big worry that Vietnam would not have a competitive aviation market, if only the state owned Vietnam Airlines can exist in the market.