Disbursement of public investment in the first six months of 2020 amounted to nearly VND156 trillion (US$6.73 million), fulfilling 33.1% of the plan set by the National Assembly and the Prime Minister, higher than the 28.56% recorded in the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
Foreign capital is pouring into Vietnam's industrial real estate market through M&A activities, with the CPTPP to have a significant impact on this investment trend.
The use of non-voting depository receipts (NVDRs) may help foreign investors buy more shares in Vietnamese companies without raising their power.
The Government should help Vietnamese banks lure capital and experience from prestigious foreign banks so as to help local firms develop sustainably, experts said.
The investment capital from Granite Oak – an investment fund from Europe – will help Hanoi-based pawn shop chain F88 to expand.
The total newly-registered, additional foreign capital and foreign investors’ stake purchase reached US$30.8 billion over the first 11 months of the year, or 93.2% from the same period last year, reported the Ministry of Planning and Investment’s Foreign Investment Agency.
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.
A good macro-economy has supported domestic growth and foreign direct investment (FDI) continues strongly. It has been a very healthy start to 2018 with solid performance across all asset classes.
The stock market is still seeing foreign investors pour money into bank shares, analysts say.
Robust credit growth will help the Vietnamese economy achieve its growth target this year, while export is likely to remain strong and more foreign capital will flow into utilities, says Australia & New Zealand Bank Group.
VOV.VN - Macro-economic stability, positive economic growth, the government’s efforts to improve the investment environment, and the growing private sector are making the Vietnamese securities market more attractive to foreign investors.
The Vietnamese government’s granting of investment certificates to thermal power plants with a total investment capital of $8.37 billion contributed to raising the total value of foreign investment capital in Vietnam to $33.09 billion in 11 months of 2017.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities, on August 31, held a meeting with foreign consuls general in the city to discuss orientations to develop the southern metropolis and joint works to increase foreign capital.
Indexes for 2017 second quarter reflected Vietnam’s increasing dependence on foreign direct investment (FDI), said the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR) in its recent report on the performance of the economy in the quarter.
It is forecasted that the value of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals in 2017 will not exceed those of 2015 and 2016, thus, the market needs a boost from enterprises and the government to leverage the opportunities from foreign capital to make a breakthrough.
Foreign investment funds have expressed renewed interested in Vietnamese financial technology startups, despite a series of challenging setbacks that occurred in previous e-commerce deals.
The Vietnamese stock market has reached nine year peak with the strong purchase from foreign sector, who has posted the net purchase of VND3,478 billion (US$153 million) on two bourses in the first quarter.
Up to two thirds of domestic financial leasing companies operate at a loss and are riddled with inefficiencies.
Foreign investors have been acquiring major stakes in financial companies in Vietnam in recent years and the trend is expected to continue in 2017.
Foreign ownership rates in Vietnamese companies remain low though Decree 60 stipulates no limits in most sectors, the second Vietnam International Investor conference heard in HCM City last week.