Foreign firms continue to see Vietnam as good investment location

Foreign firms continue to see Vietnam as good investment location

While a number of foreign companies have moved part of their production or orders to other countries, many still see Vietnam as a good location for investment in the long term.
Packaging groups retain optimism

Packaging groups retain optimism

Foreign companies are still beefing up investment in Vietnam’s packaging industry as they bet on the long-term prospects of the market.
Foreign companies boost investment in Vietnam

Foreign companies boost investment in Vietnam

Foreign enterprises poured a considerable amount of capital into manufacturing and processing projects in the first half of January, according to the head of the investment office at the Ho Chi Minh City Export Processing and Industrial Zones Authority (Hepza), Tran Viet Ha.
Strong home brands pursued post-M&A

Strong home brands pursued post-M&A

As more foreign companies snap up local businesses, brand development post-mergers and acquisitions has become a hot topic, especially in terms of how to retain Vietnamese brands.
Many foreign companies relocate facilities to Indonesia

Many foreign companies relocate facilities to Indonesia

Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo announced on June 30 that seven foreign companies had confirmed plans to relocate production facilities to Indonesia, mostly from China.
VN solar energy sector a magnet for foreign companies, funds

VN solar energy sector a magnet for foreign companies, funds

This month saw the inauguration of the largest solar power plant in Southeast Asia, Dau Tieng in Tay Ninh Province, by Dau Tieng Energy JSC and Thailand’s B.Grimm Power Public Company Limited.
Foreign education brands enter Vietnam through franchising

Foreign education brands enter Vietnam through franchising

More foreign education brands are making forays into the Vietnamese market through franchising.
Foreign feed firms in stampede

Foreign feed firms in stampede

While Vietnamese animal feed production companies struggle to stay afloat amid financial and output woes, their foreign rivals have grabbed this opportunity to control the nation’s lucrative husbandry industry.