Hanoi tackles difficulties faced by foreign investors

Hanoi tackles difficulties faced by foreign investors

The People’s Committee of the capital city held a dialogue with foreign-invested enterprises in the city on October 19 to seek measures to tackle difficulties faced by foreign firms amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Japan funds display diverse temptation

Japan funds display diverse temptation

Japan has been among the biggest foreign investors in Vietnam through greenfield ventures as well as mergers and acquisitions.
Changes to break e-commerce stride

Changes to break e-commerce stride

Operators in e-commerce are at odds over the impact of a new governmental decree, which could render the booming e-commerce market more challenging for local and foreign participants alike.
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.
Lifting Phu Yen development thanks to sound planning

Lifting Phu Yen development thanks to sound planning

As part of Vietnam’s south-central coast, Phu Yen aims to avail of innovative schemes to bring the province’s development to new heights. Towards this end, the province makes use of the support from well-established foreign consultants to work on revising its vision towards 2050, whereas investors are encouraged to participate in financing major planning projects.
Long An striving to improve further

Long An striving to improve further

The Mekong Delta province of Long An has gained trust from investors and businesses thanks to its strong determination to create a safe, attractive, and efficient investment climate.
Fresh policy route jolts investors

Fresh policy route jolts investors

For years, numerous foreign financiers have been interested in developing onshore and offshore wind farms worth billions of US dollars in Vietnam, with its great potential for the renewable energy and a transition from coal. However, a new policy direction dampening down of ambitions may close the door on some new funding waves.
Foreign investors affirm confidence in Vietnam's economic recovery in post-COVID-19

Foreign investors affirm confidence in Vietnam's economic recovery in post-COVID-19

The fourth outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic starting from late April has had more negative impacts on daily life as well as socio-economic development than the previous waves in the country.
Woes persist in logistics regulations

Woes persist in logistics regulations

Deemed as an emerging logistics hub for the region, Vietnam nevertheless still features some undue regulatory barriers that prevent foreign investors from entering the fast-growing sector.
Localities attempt to buck funding trend

Localities attempt to buck funding trend

An increase in financing for operational projects so far this year is demonstrating foreign investors’ trust in the local investment environment and the efforts of localities in improving the business community.
Global customers count on continuity

Global customers count on continuity

Foreign investors are lauding the government’s COVID-19 relief measures, but more will need to be done to help them maintain business continuity throughout the evolving crisis.
New changes to push sci-tech funding

New changes to push sci-tech funding

While domestic and foreign investors are expected to delve into Vietnam’s sci-tech market driven by ongoing and long-awaited legal amendments, their effectiveness is still a concern as the country is urged to learn successful global lessons.
Foreign investors keen on education

Foreign investors keen on education

Overseas funds continue to cash in on Vietnam’s education sector with a view to diversify investment portfolios.
Prudent policy the key for recovery

Prudent policy the key for recovery

Maintaining effective anti-pandemic actions and boosting growth will be an arduous task as this year witnesses a downturn of production capacity and purchasing power.
Financiers feel the buzz for nation’s stock market future

Financiers feel the buzz for nation’s stock market future

Despite recent hiccups and foreign investors pulling back, Vietnam’s stock market is predicted to rally in the latter half of this year, provided the nation can improve vaccine access.
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