Vietnam boosts bold reforms to attract more investors

Vietnam boosts bold reforms to attract more investors

On December 10, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc had a meeting with representatives of foreign business associations under the Vietnam Business Forum.
Made in Vietnam Energy Plan 2.0 to debut next week

Made in Vietnam Energy Plan 2.0 to debut next week

The Vietnam Business Forum will roll out next week the second edition of the Made in Vietnam Energy Plan (MVEP 2.0), a business case for the primary use of Vietnam’s domestic resources to stimulate investment in clean, secure and affordable energy generation.
Foreign ownership holdups show urgent need for clarity

Foreign ownership holdups show urgent need for clarity

Despite restrictions on foreign ownership of housing in Vietnam having been lifted, concerns have been raised about the slow pace of available projects being released and a lack of updates on the number of units sold.
Working groups thrash out solutions for economic growth

Working groups thrash out solutions for economic growth

Vietnam has never before received so many recommendations from international investors on sustainable development in all sectors of concern, with expectations to step up involvement in socio-economic development in the new decade.
Vietnam to select quality foreign investment

Vietnam to select quality foreign investment

Viet Nam is earmarking environmentally friendly, high tech investment to best serve the sustainable growth of the country.
Foreign investors hope for consistent economic policies in Vietnam

Foreign investors hope for consistent economic policies in Vietnam

Many foreign businesses have expressed their hope for better business and investment environment in Vietnam, especially consistent policies on economic development.
Vietnam Business Forum opens in Hanoi on Friday

Vietnam Business Forum opens in Hanoi on Friday

The role and support of the business community in rapid and sustainable development is a key part of the annual Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) held in Hanoi on Friday.
Long-term infrastructure goals requiring sustained investment

Long-term infrastructure goals requiring sustained investment

The government’s fresh message to continue investing heavily in infrastructure development in a bid to attract more investment has received a thumbs-up from the business community, with many enterprises wishing to engage.
Renewable funding solutions sought

Renewable funding solutions sought

The ignition of interest in renewables has indicated the potential for rapid development under effective policies and current market conditions, but ambitions to expand renewable energy generation further will be constrained by the barriers in attracting private sector investment.
Role of business community in rapid and sustainable development

Role of business community in rapid and sustainable development

At the VBF 2019 the largest foreign business organisations submitted recommendations to enhance private sector participation in achieving sustainability.
VBF 2018: realities of Vietnam’s automotive market

VBF 2018: realities of Vietnam’s automotive market

The Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018 discussed the position paper of the Automotive Working Group as one its main discussion sessions.
Foreign investors call for more conducive PPP regulations

Foreign investors call for more conducive PPP regulations

Ramping up PPP schemes would be the most effective way to accelerate infrastructure development in Vietnam, according to the VBF 2018.
Year-ending VBF to take place tomorrow

Year-ending VBF to take place tomorrow

The Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018 to share opportunities in the context of shifting global trade is going to take place tomorrow on December 4, 2018.
Vietnam’s way ahead in foreign investment and economic growth

Vietnam’s way ahead in foreign investment and economic growth

Tomaso Andreatta, co-chairman of VBF, shared his views on the country’s attractiveness and made suggestions to make it even more attractive.
Decree 116 nearly stops CBU business from developed countries

Decree 116 nearly stops CBU business from developed countries

European CBU car exporters could not overcome Vietnam's Decree 116, while ASEAN exporters seem to have few issues. What problems are EU exporters facing?
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