Improving the infrastructure network in the impoverished northwestern region is paving the way for further investment inflows in the time to come.
Foreign direct investment into Vietnam via mergers and acquisitions is on an upward trend, underlining the growing appetite among foreign companies to acquire stakes in existing companies as the fastest way to strengthen their foothold in the country.
Japan’s largest retailer Aeon, in addition to building its own stores in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Binh Duong, has recently expanded its presence in the Vietnamese market through the acquisition of two local retailers.
The Chu Lai Open Economic Zone in the central province of Quang Nam is hoping for a virtuous cycle of investments to develop to follow the arrival of some major international investors.
In order to run the national foreign investment information system smoothly next year, the Foreign Investment Agency has organised a series of training courses for municipal and provincial authorities in charge of foreign direct investment management at local levels.
Investment opportunities for renewable power projects in Ninh Thuan province are widening as the local authority announced it would reject three more long-delayed projects.
Vietnam has increasingly appeared as an attractive destination for German companies wanting to expand their presence in Asia thanks to the country’s increasingly diverse range of industries.
Land clearance remains one of the biggest obstacles for many big foreign direct investment projects.
With industrial parks across the nation facing the challenge of meeting emission restrictions, the Vietnamese government is encouraging investors to develop eco-industrial parks for sustainable growth.
Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park, the leading industrial park and township developer in Vietnam, is going to expand its foothold in the north of Vietnam, through the acquisition of a so-far unleased industrial park in Hai Duong.
While many global corporations are trying to look for local suppliers in Vietnam to reduce manufacturing costs, Vietnamese companies are unlikely to be able to join international supply chain.
Lightbridge has become the first American company to invest in Vietnam’s fledging civil nuclear power industry.
Bottlenecks over site clearance have halted a mammoth tourism property project in Ba Ria-Vung Tau for seven years.
Urban solutions, retail and food services, telecommunications and tourism and hospitality sectors are expected to allure more Singapore investor interest.
Belgium’s Rent-A-Port and InfraAsia Investment Ltd from Hong Kong signed a memorandum of understanding with the Quang Ninh Provincial People’s Committee to build an industrial park and seaport in the province.