Levelling the playing field to raise business competition

Levelling the playing field to raise business competition

Vietnam is boosting the reform of its state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in order to make them more competitive.
Addressing SOEs, the private sector, and innovation

Addressing SOEs, the private sector, and innovation

The government has a plan to invest nearly $1 billion in seven state-owned enterprises (SOEs), with the purpose to “pave the way” to develop technology, connect with the private sector, and form “innovation chains” in order to accelerate development.
Vietnam looks to attract foreign investment in equitisation of SOEs

Vietnam looks to attract foreign investment in equitisation of SOEs

As the Government was focusing on accelerating the privatisation and divestment of State-owned enterprises (SOEs), attracting foreign investment was important to the success of the progress, according to the Commission for the Management of State Capital at Enterprises (CMSC).