FIEs tangle with red tape over new land

FIEs tangle with red tape over new land

Land shortages are an eternal problem for investors, especially foreign-invested enterprises, often leading to lengthy delays in expansion plans.
Foreign-invested enterprises face up to procedural barriers

Foreign-invested enterprises face up to procedural barriers

Administrative procedures such as a prolonged timeline for obtaining business licences, as well as overlaps in the legal framework, are continuing to affect the expansion plans of many foreign-invested enterprises in Vietnam.
FIEs seek streamlined workforce policy

FIEs seek streamlined workforce policy

The human resources of Vietnam are improving to meet the demand of foreign-invested enterprises. However, they may require stronger policies on visas to enhance performance and transfer high technologies to Vietnam
Domestic companies striving to become trusted vendors of FIEs

Domestic companies striving to become trusted vendors of FIEs

Numerous foreign-invested enterprises are looking for more Vietnamese vendors, but domestic companies are being encouraged to make improvements before they can effectively climb global supply chains.
PM Pham Minh Chinh to meet foreign investors on September 17

PM Pham Minh Chinh to meet foreign investors on September 17

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh will host a meeting with the community of foreign investors in Hanoi on September 17.
FDI disbursement in eight months posts record high

FDI disbursement in eight months posts record high

Foreign-invested enterprises in Vietnam are recovering well and focusing on production and business expansion, with disbursement reaching a record high in the first eight months of 2022, according to director of the Ministry of Planning and Investment’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) Do Nhat Hoang.