International press late last week mentioned the possibility of the US adding Vietnam to the list of the countries it needs to monitor for currency manipulation.
Vietnamese commercial banks are racing to develop their networks by opening representative offices and subsidiaries in foreign nations, paving the way for them to expand their overseas operations, according to market watchers.
Consumer finance has ample room for growth in Vietnam, however, it is necessary to improve the policy framework to make the sector more attractive to foreign investors, experts said.
Ho Chi Minh City will work closely with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in translating the memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by the two sides into projects, said a municipal official.
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.
The property market of Vietnam is attractive to foreign investments due to the country’s rapid ubanisation, open policies and improved investment climate, experts said.
This is believed to be the first major purchase that a Vietnamese investor has ever made in Australian agricultural sector.
The central coastal province of Nghe An has paid heed to renovating and enhancing promotional activities to draw investment from such key partners as Japan, the Republic of Korea (RoK), Singapore and Thailand.
Vietnam, the second-smallest economy among the TPP member countries after Brunei, is set to be a major beneficiary as the agreement will increase investment in its manufacturing sector, deepen the supply chain, and accelerate export growth.
Deputy Auditor General Nguyen Quang Thanh attended the third ASEAN Supreme Audit Institutions (ASEANSAI) Summit in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on November 5.
The 15th Vietnam International Textile, Garment, and Apparel Accessories Industry Exhibition kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on October 21.
The first seven months of 2015 marked a significant flow of foreign investments to the Southeast region, Sai Gon Giai Phong newspaper reported.
The southernmost province of Ca Mau is calling for investment for its four industrial parks (IPs), namely Khanh An, Song Doc, Hoa Trung and Nam Can from 2015-2020, according to the provincial Department of Planning and Investment.
The central province of Ha Tinh called for more Japanese investment inflows during a meeting in Hanoi on June 18.