Vietnam has gained remarkable achievements in socio-economic development and Party building in 2018 and after three years of implementing the 12th National Party Congress’s Resolution, thus consolidating trust in the nation’s bright future.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) pledged in Vietnam witnessed a significant yearly increase of 52 per cent to US$1.9 billion in the first month of this year, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
HCM City attracted US$7.07 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) during 2018, a rise of 7 per cent on-year, according to the HCM City People’s Committee.
Hanoi continues to lead the country in drawing foreign direct investment (FDI) with more than US$7.5 billion poured into the capital since the beginning of 2018, a 2.18-fold increase against the previous year.
The Republic of Korea (RoK) has retained its place as the leading foreign direct investment (FDI) partner of Vietnam with a total capital of US$7-9 billion having been invested consecutively over the previous five years, according to Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Vu Dai Thang.
Vietnam is among the few ASEAN member countries to consistently improve its attractiveness to foreign investors due to its growing economy and improving business climate, according to experts.
Some unclear clauses of power purchase agreement and its related risks are hindering the influx of direct foreign investment in renewable energy.
Vietnam must make more use of dynamic rather than static advantages to improve its efficiency in FDI attraction, said Dr. Dinh Trong Thang from the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) on November 30.
The disbursement of foreign direct investment (FDI) posted an increase of 3.1% in January - November over the same period last year to total US$16.5 billion, despite a fall in the registered FDI inflow.
Cục Đầu tư nước ngoài (Bộ KH&ĐT) cho biết, tính chung trong 11 tháng năm 2018, tổng vốn đăng ký cấp mới, tăng thêm và góp vốn, mua cổ phần của nhà đầu tư nước ngoài (ĐTNN) là 30,8 tỷ USD, bằng 93,2% so với cùng kỳ năm 2017.
Disbursement of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the southern province of Dong Nai has reached US$1.2 billion so far this year, accounting for over 80% of the total FDI poured into the locality in the period.
Ngày 30- 10 tại Hà Nội, Viện nghiên cứu quản lý kinh tế Trung ương (CIEM) tổ chức hội thảo “ Phát triển công nghiệp hỗ trợ ngành ô tô: Tác động chính sách, các rào cản và giải pháp”.
Cục Đầu tư nước ngoài (Bộ Kế hoạch và Đầu tư) cho biết, tính đến ngày 20-10-2018, cả nước có 2.458 dự án mới được cấp Giấy chứng nhận đăng ký đầu tư với tổng vốn đăng ký cấp mới 15 tỷ USD.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has forecast Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate for this year at 6.6%, reflecting the growth momentum of trading partners and rising potential growth at home, according to its “Regional Economic Outlook: Asia and Pacific” report released recently.
Real estate attracts 23% of the total FDI injection into Vietnam in the first three quarters of 2018, property services firm CBRE Vietnam said on October 4.
The Vietnamese Government commits to building a more favourable and competitive investment environment towards international standards and in accordance with commitments to high standards the country has made in new-generation free trade agreements (FTAs), said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on October 4.
Trong nửa đầu năm 2018, vốn đầu tư nước ngoài vào Việt Nam vượt hơn 20 tỷ USD, tăng 5,7% so với cùng kì năm ngoái. Với sự phát triển đó, các ngân hàng (NH) trong nước đang thích ứng, đổi mới để vươn lên cạnh tranh với các NH ngoại trong việc cung cấp sản phẩm, dịch vụ cho phân khúc khách hàng (KH) hấp dẫn này.
Leading destinations for the flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) such as Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai, Binh Duong and Ba Ria-Vung Tau provinces, have been shifting their focus to investment quality after 30 years attracting foreign capital.
Despite several ups and downs over the last decade, the flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Vietnam’s property market has managed to sustain stable growth.
A survey by the General Statistics Office, Vietnam had nearly 518,000 enterprises by Jan 1, 2017. SMEs reported the highest expansion in number while FDI firms attracted the greatest deal of workers.