fdi in vietnam
tin tức về fdi in vietnam mới nhất
The flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) is seeking a safe haven as the Sino-American trade war has yet to show a sign of ending.
Vietnam ranks among the top 3 rice and coffee exporters in the world, and its vegetable and fruit exports are expected to reach $10 billion prior to 2025.
More than 80 percent of strikes in the first half of the year occurred at foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises.
Over the past 25 years, American investors have increased their involvement in Vietnam’s financial sector, a trend expected to continue as the country deepens its capital market and young startups look for funding and guidance.
Vietnam attracted a total of US$7.5 billion in fresh investments from China, including Hong Kong, in the first half of this year, which is more than 30% higher than in all of 2018.
Vietnam is set to welcome a huge flow of investment from Hong Kong in the light of implementation of a free trade agreement between this economy and the ASEAN bloc.
The influx of multinational corporations into Vietnam will help the country become more attractive to many other foreign components suppliers and solidify its position as a global manufacturing hub.
Chinese companies are accelerating investment in Vietnam – but some local businesses are voicing concerns.
The country plans to need about US$480 billion for infrastructure investment by 2020, with additional projects in the pipeline including about 1,380 km of highway and around eleven power plants.
Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung has pledged to consistently facilitate capital inflows into the country’s innovation ecosystem.
The HCM City Depatment of Customs has listed 1,000 businesses that have not paid tax worth trillions of dong, including foreign direct investment (FDI) firms.
Vietnam has outpaced regional peers in attracting foreign investment over the last years.
Vietnam continues to be a popular destination for new FDI from multi-national manufacturers and many existing foreign enterprises are expanding their investment.
Amid escalating trade battle between the US and China, an increasing number of foreign firms are flocking to Vietnam seeking for supply source and expanding their markets, thanks to low manufacturing costs.