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Professor Dr Tran Chung, head of the national construction quality assurance and quality control authority under the Ministry of Construction, talks on what Vietnam should do attract more investment for public and private projects.

Proper mechanism needed to attract investors to PPP projects

A proper mechanism is needed to attract investors to infrastructure projects implemented following the public-private partnership (PPP) model, experts have said.

Outlining the preferential mechanisms for new PPP projects

Public-private investment projects play a significant role in developing infrastructure and have the potential to accelerate large-scale construction works across the country.

HCM City seeks developers for nearly 300 PPP projects

HCM City is expected to reconsider projects under the public-private partnership investment form meant to combat flooding and land subsidence and resettle people living along canals when new regulations for PPP come into effect.


Transport Minister: North-South Expressway to be put out to bid

The Ministry of Transport will put component projects of the North-South Expressway out to bid, Minister Nguyen Van The told the Vietnam News Agency on April 14.

National Assembly debates draft law on PPP

Most National Assembly (NA) deputies agreed on the need for the draft Law on Public-Private Partnership to finalise a legal framework of this type of investment and improve the effectiveness of long-term public-private partnership (PPP) projects.

Vietnamese legislators discuss risk-sharing policy for PPP projects

The National Assembly yesterday began to look into a draft law on public-private-partnership (PPP) investment, which includes regulations on risk sharing between the Government and investors involved in PPP infrastructure projects.


NA Standing Committee discusses draft PPP law

The draft law on public-private-partnership (PPP) projects, composed by the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI), was submitted to the National Assembly Standing Committee for consideration yesterday.

VN seeks new ways to attract private funds for infrastructure projects

Vietnam is seeking more private investment to finance infrastructure projects, but it also needs to generate higher returns on those investments.

HCM City to undertake 80 traffic projects this year

 VietNamNet Bridge – The HCMC government will implement 80 traffic infrastructure projects with total capital of VND39,263 billion (US$1.72 billion) this year in a bid to ease congestion,

$1.7b plan to ease HCM City traffic

VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City will undertake 80 traffic projects in 2017 at a cost of VND39 trillion (US$1.7 billion),

More public, private firms partner on transportation

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam is expected to attract a number of investors of transport infrastructure projects under the public-private partnership (PPP) model this year.

Transport system needs $50b over next five years

 VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam needs more than VND1,000 trillion (US$50 billion) to develop transport infrastructure by 2020,

Localities bemoan lack of personnel for PPP projects

VietNamNet Bridge – A lack of qualified staff with good knowledge of public-private partnership (PPP) is the biggest concern of local government agencies.


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Vietnam lacks legal framework for PPP projects

 VietNamNet Bridge – Thirty-eight investment projects in the public-private partnership (PPP) format in the country have not been able to get off the ground due to the absence of a complete legal framework for PPP investment.

MPI signals tax incentives for long-term investors

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam is expected to offer tax exemption and reduction for expansion parts of foreign-invested projects as well as tenants in industrial zones in order to attract long-term and environment-friendly investors,