VOV.VN - Thai businesses have invested in 440 projects in Vietnam with a total registered capital of US$7.7 billion, ranking tenth among 112 foreign investors in the country, according to the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA).
The central city of Da Nang’s high-tech park has attracted six projects valued at US$180 million from two Japanese and four domestic investors, said the head of the park management board, Phung Tan Viet.
The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the World Vision Foundation of the Republic of Korea launched a project to develop a local value chain for organic farm produce in Trieu Phong district of central Quang Tri province on February 21.
As many as 246 projects worth US$5.19 billion invested by Japanese firms are operating in the southern province of Binh Duong, accounting for nearly 20% of foreign direct investment (FDI) poured into the locality so far.
FPT Securities Joint Stock Company (FPTS) has obtained approval from the State Securities Commission to lift its foreign ownership limit.
The Vietnam International Bank (VIB) on February 20 officially issued certificates of deposit (CD) worth VND18 million and VND24 million for personal and corporate customers to meet their investment demands for deposit.
Steelmaker Hoa Phat Group plans to increase its charter capital to VND15.2 trillion (US$675.6 million) this year, double the current level of VND8.42 trillion
Tata Coffee, a subsidiary of Tata Group, is eyeing the southern province of Binh Duong for a US$50 million project in Vietnam, making good on a pledge last year.
Businesses to the central province of Nghe An would devise long-term and effective strategies, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at a local meeting with investors on February 19.
Toshiba’s colossal losses and the resulting distrust of creditors may negatively affect its operations in Vietnam and raise questions about the future of its plans here.
Projects by companies from other APEC countries not only have big scales but also make sizeable contributions to Vietnam’s socioeconomic development. FDI from these countries is still continuing to flow into Vietnam.
Six years after entering Vietnam, Subway, the world’s biggest fast food brand, is increasingly looking for franchising partners to reach the ambition of opening 50 restaurants in this market.
VOV.VN - A subsidiary company of CJ Group, the CJ Vina Agri Co., Ltd, held a ground-breaking ceremony on February 16 for US$19.4 million animal feed plant at Nhon Hoa Industrial Park in An Nhon Town, Binh Dinh province.
Samsung finds itself in hot water with its last year overly wrought with exploding mobile phones and political scandals. Will this affect the group’s plans in Vietnam?
Berjaya Land Bhd. will sell its entire stake in Vietnamese 4-star Berjaya Long Beach Resort Phu Quoc to Sulyna Hospitality Hotel Restaurant Travel Service Co., Ltd. at the price of VND333.25 billion, or RM65.32 million (US$14.67 million).
The southern province of Binh Duong has set a target of attracting at least US$1.4 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2017, prioritising projects with high technology and large-scale ones on urban and service development.
The southern province of Dong Nai has lured 16 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects worth almost US$163 million since the start of the year, announced the provincial Department of Planning and Investment.
The People’s Committee of the northern province of Ha Nam held a meeting with foreign direct investment (FDI) businesses in the locality to discuss labour issues on February 15.
With investments in real estate, finance, and most recently lottery, chairman Vincent Tan showed his ambition to expand Berjaya Corporation’s footprint in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Binh Dinh provincial People’s Committee on February 13 granted an investment licence to Japanese company Marubeni Lumber and signed a land lease contract for projects in Nhon Hoi Industrial Park (Zone A).