Many foreign direct investment companies are upbeat about their business prospects in Vietnam, especially in the first quarter of 2020.
VOV.VN - Exports of around 87% of businesses in Asia-Pacific region were stable or grew last year, which generated revenue for them, according to a research conducted by market research company, Harris Interactive, a representative of FedEx Express, and a subsidiary of FedEx Corp.
With 9 points higher than in the last quarter of 2017 on the back of increased positivity about local job prospects and the state of personal finances, the Vietnam consumer confidence index in the first quarter of 2018 was at its highest in a decade, which made the Southeast Asian nation the fourth most optimistic country in the world.
The banking sector is optimistic about its growth prospect in 2018 as all of surveyed banks expect the growth rate to be more than 10%.
Vietnam is ranked fifth in the list of the world’s most optimistic countries on economic prosperity in 2017, according to a survey by WIN/Gallup, the world’s leading association in market research and polling.
Insurers have expressed optimism over the country’s insurance sector for 2016 thanks to strong results last year, according to Vietnam Report (VNR).
Twelve of 17 markets in the Asia Pacific recorded declines in MasterCard’s Index of Consumer Confidence, but Myanmar, Vietnam and India are still extremely optimistic in their outlook.
Many home appliances retailers are planning to resume their stalled projects to open more stores given the positive market outlook this year.
Vietnam is among the most optimistic countries in terms of business expectations, according to HSBC Holdings plc.’s latest Emerging Markets Index.
(VOV) -EU enterprises are keen to invest in the Vietnamese market, according to a latest European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham) survey.
Two-thirds of businesses in Vietnam have adopted a stronger focus towards the domestic market since the global financial crisis broke out, a new report says.
Vietnam is still a prime market in US companies’ Southeast Asian investment expansion strategies, according to a recent US survey.
Ultra-luxury carmaker Rolls-Royce is looking to expand its market in Southeast Asia, including Vietnam.
The U.S. Federal Reserve expressed slightly more optimistic expectation of the U.S. economy, saying the recovery "was on a firmer footing", but high unemployment remains a key challenge of the country.
78 percent of 146 businesses surveyed believed that Vietnam’s economy will be better this year while only 1 percent expressed worries about economic prospects.