Many private enterprises said they want to invest in building renewable energy infrastructure, but Vietnam still lacks mechanisms to encourage private enterprises to participate in this activity.
VOV.VN - A number of obstacles concerning the national business climate should be removed in an attempt to attract greater private investment, which is considered one of the key drivers contributing to the country’s economic recovery following the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to insiders.
The Government has proposed to the National Assembly three options for transforming investment models at sub-projects of the Eastern North-South Expressway for consideration.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has been advised to introduce a range of solutions aimed at attracting private investment in an effective manner with the private economic sector increasingly becoming a key part of the national economy, therefore undertaking a large number of key development projects.
Secretary of the Hanoi Municipal Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue has said that the city is willing to listen to enterprises’ feedback to untie “knots” regarding policies, site clearance and planning adjustments, as public and private investment is an economic lifesaver of the city's economy.
A proposed new law envisages offering sovereign guarantees to attract private investment in large transport infrastructure projects.
Vietnam’s aviation industry has seen its strongest growth in the past decades with double-digit growth set in five consecutive years, but it is still faced with sustainable development issues.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport expects to start construction on 70 transport projects this year.
The Department of Transportation of Ho Chi Minh City plans to deploy 70 traffic projects in 2019, in order to boost the implementation of programmes to reduce traffic congestion and accidents in the city.
The Vietnamese government has recently launched the Vietnam Infrastructure Working Group in a move to better lure private investment, especially foreign flow, into the country’s infrastructure development.
The Vietnamese Government is set to rein in the role of the State in the economy and encourage private sector-led growth.
Vietnam expects to earn US$900 million from exporting beverage products by 2035, according to the industry’s planning.
Tasco Joint Stock Company is seeking to form international partnerships to pursue large upcoming projects.
Investment funds have been seeking opportunities to invest in companies which own food & beverage (F&B) chains as they can see the impressive growth rates of the industry.
Travel agencies, shops and restaurants are throwing their support behind a plan to turn the famous backpackers' area in downtown Ho Chi Minh City into a pedestrian-only precinct in the evening.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a plan to attract private investment for a highway project in the Mekong Delta with a cost estimate of VND16.34 trillion (US$721 million), the government office has said.
Authority in the central city of Danang is calling on private investors to join it in expanding a local port terminal for a cost estimate of VND4 trillion (US$177 million), local media have reported.
US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton plans to make job creation the focus of her campaign over the next month, beginning with a US$275 billion infrastructure spending plan that will be released this week.
Demand for transport infrastructure is increasing, so the Ministry of Transport must review transport system planning and seek private investment for transport projects, according to officials at a workshop.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved loans totalling US$230 million to support Vietnam's ongoing reforms to overhaul public finances, boost private investment, and revive its economic competitiveness.