The Vietnamese Government always creates favourable conditions for foreign businesses, including those from the Republic of Korea (RoK), to invest and expand operation in the country, said Minister and Chairman of the Office of the Government Mai Tien Dung.
The equitisation of state-owned enterprises (SOE) requires appropriate measures and prudent implementation in order to meet the set requirements and remain on schedule.
As many as 40 percent of foreign direct investment (FDI) enterprises choose to use commercial arbitration in cases of disputes, rather than going to court, said Phan Trong Dat, Deputy Secretary General of the Vietnam International Arbitration Centre (VIAC).
Domestic and foreign investors are pouring money into Vietnam, attracted by strong economic growth and a slew of sales by state-owned and private companies, according to the Reuters.
Foreign investors will be allowed to contribute capital to establish commodity exchange in Vietnam as per Decree No. 51/2018/ND-CP, which will be effective from June 1, 2018.
According to experts, Vietnam’s real estate market will continue to charm foreign investors thanks to high liquidity and alluring profit-making prospects.
VOV.VN - The recent emergence of foreign banks with capital flows pouring into Vietnamese banks has proved the attractive prospects of Vietnam’s banking system.
Foreign investors at state-owned firms are looking to increase their holdings via M&A deals to solidify their footholds in Vietnam.
Although the construction of Lien Chieu port in Danang city has just been appraised, domestic and foreign investors are already interested in the project.
Vietnam - Belgium relations have flourished in many fields in recent years, notably economy. Among EU countries, Belgium is Vietnam's biggest importer and 7th biggest exporter. Belgium ranks 26th among 126 foreign investors in Vietnam.
Along with Carlsberg, the Danish Brewer holding 17.3 per cent stake in Hanoi Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Corporation (Habeco), numerous foreign investors are looking to acquire a stake in Vietnam’s third-largest brewer in order to increase their market shares.
Foreign investment funds are interested in fields benefiting from the growing middle class in Vietnam, listed companies and those with plans to make initial public offering (IPO) in the areas of food, retail, digital technology, aviation, tourism, oil and gas, banking and real estate, said an entrepreneur.
The northern province of Bac Giang will take drastic measures from now until the end of this year to lure more investments.
The Thai Products’ Week is underway in the northern port city of Hai Phong from March 15-18, attracting 50 Vietnamese and Thai exhibitors.
Some foreign banks have assured that they will retain their presence in Vietnam after withdrawing capital from some Vietnamese partners recently, noting that the country is still an attractive market.
Vietnam and New Zealand (NZ) have enjoyed rapidly and strongly growing partnership and increasing connectivity. Vietnam is the 16th largest exporter of NZ and its 19th biggest importer. NZ ranks 45th of 125 foreign investors in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s retail market is expected to grow fast to meet strong increases in shopping and recreational demand from 2018 – 2021, said Pham Thai Binh, Head of Retail Leasing Savills Ho Chi Minh City.
Foreign investors have poured nearly US$1.5 trillion in Vietnam’s finance, banking and insurance sectors as of the end of January, according to statistics from the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
Vietnam, ranked among the world's top 30 retail markets with the best opportunities by A.T. Kearney, continues to prove its attractiveness as two foreign investors have entered the local retail sector this year.
The Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam (Vietcombank) is planning to sell more than 350 million shares, or a 10% stake, to foreign investors in the first half of 2018.