Update news Japanese investors
VietNamNet Bridge – Many Japanese investors are now leaving China due to political problems, which is seen as a golden opportunity for Vietnam to grab them, economists say.
VietNamNet Bridge – The demand for Vietnamese senior staff has been soaring amid a wave of Japanese investors flocking to Vietnam to set up their production bases.
Concerned about the political uncertainties in Thailand and the decreased attractiveness in China, Japanese tend to head for Vietnam, where they will not be bothered by political problems and can enjoy attractive investment incentives.
VietNamNet Bridge – Opinions from a well-informed circle say South Korean and Japanese “big guys” would jump into the Vietnamese shipbuilding industry. Does it mean the shipbuilding industry will be saved?
VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese investors have poured more money into the service, retail finance and banking sectors, but they will continue focusing on industrial projects in Vietnam, experts say.
VietNamNet Bridge – Japan and South Korea are the two biggest foreign direct investors in Vietnam. However, they have been following the different ways to develop investment projects and do business in Vietnam.
In the first ten months this year, Japanese investors registered FDI capital of $4.8 billion, staying firm as the biggest foreign investor in Vietnam. However, South Koreans have also been marching towards Vietnam, with $4 billion.
VietNamNet Bridge – Though admitting that the Vietnamese real estate market has great potentials, Japanese property firms still keep hesitant with the investment opportunities in the market.