Fresh German milestones to come

Fresh German milestones to come

Since Germany and Vietnam elevated their bilateral relations to a strategic partnership in 2011, the cooperation between the two countries has developed strongly in various fields. According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Planning and Investment, as of December 20, 2022, Germany had over 440 valid projects in Vietnam registered at $2.37 billion, mainly focused on manufacturing, processing, and energy. Currently, about 500 German enterprises are active in Vietnam, creating 50,000 jobs.
Vietnam’s role in Germany’s commercial approach

Vietnam’s role in Germany’s commercial approach

The transition process of the Development and Climate Alliance by Germany’s Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is in its infancy. The German government is anticipated to withdraw bilateral initiatives responsibly and on the basis of Germany’s cooperation expertise, as well as by combining knowledge acquisition from other countries that provide development aid.
Vietnamese, German leaders hope for stronger economic ties

Vietnamese, German leaders hope for stronger economic ties

A business roundtable between Vietnam and Germany was held in Hanoi on November 13 under the co-chair of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
Vietnamese-German partnerships further flourish

Vietnamese-German partnerships further flourish

Economic ties between Vietnam and Germany remain in good shape, as evidenced by the latest connection activities.
German groups expanding major operations in Vietnam

German groups expanding major operations in Vietnam

The bilateral strategic partnership between Vietnam and Germany is witnessing a rise in trade and investment, amid investors from the latter showing a growing interest in the former and both nations expecting a brighter cooperation outlook.
An enticing arena for German groups

An enticing arena for German groups

In recent years, Vietnam has turned into a bright spot for foreign direct investment, especially for German investors, and there are many major reasons why this is the case.
Germans hope to advance in Vietnam

Germans hope to advance in Vietnam

The strategic partnership established in 2011 between Vietnam and Germany has demonstrated the determination to expand and strengthen multifaceted cooperation between the two countries. Marko Walde, chief representative at the Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Vietnam (AHK Vietnam), discusses why Vietnam is so attractive and what German companies expect to gain.
The road to facilitating German trade

The road to facilitating German trade

The ties between Vietnam and Germany have strengthened over the past decade, driven by efforts of both governments and businesses.
Institutions join with domestic insurers

Institutions join with domestic insurers

High-quality German funds are channelling into Vietnam’s insurance market, offering different value propositions in the non-life insurance industry.
Vietnamese groups grasp German export prospects

Vietnamese groups grasp German export prospects

More Vietnamese companies are looking to increase their market share of agriculture products in Germany with a view to capitalising on one of the biggest markets in Europe.
Remaining a key partner for Germany

Remaining a key partner for Germany

Vietnam and Germany are strongly cementing their strategic partnership, with trade and investment ties being further strengthened. To mark the Day of German Unity on October 3, German ambassador to Vietnam Dr. Guido Hildner talked with VIR’s Thanh Tung about the cooperation outlook for both nations.
German know-how improving healthcare

German know-how improving healthcare

Driven by strong bilateral ties, Vietnam and Germany are accelerating their partnership in healthcare, setting the groundwork for more business cooperation.
War, division, reunification, and future what Vietnam and Germany have in common

War, division, reunification, and future what Vietnam and Germany have in common

On the occasion of Reunification Day, I would like to tell you a very personal story, my own story. After a military career, I worked as a banker for a total of 18 years and was then a management professor. You will rightly ask yourself what connects a German man of business with the history and culture of Vietnam. Doesn’t the here and now count more?