The Made in Vietnam Energy Plan 2.0 (MVEP 2.0), a business case for the primary use of Vietnam’s domestic resources to stimulate investment in clean, secure and affordable energy generation, was officially launched by the Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) on February 27.
To lure more foreign investment in infrastructure, Vietnam needs to have a clear public-private partnership (PPP) framework.
Many foreign businesses have expressed their hope for better business and investment environment in Vietnam, especially consistent policies on economic development.
The Government will develop an innovative and business-centred ecosystem, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung said at the Vietnam Business Forum 2019 in Hanoi on January 10.
VOV.VN - There remains a significant gap in business environment between Vietnam and other regional countries, while administrative procedures need to be simplified, thus helping domestic firms make major breakthroughs in their development, has said Vu Tien Loc, Chairman of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
The ignition of interest in renewables has indicated the potential for rapid development under effective policies and current market conditions, but ambitions to expand renewable energy generation further will be constrained by the barriers in attracting private sector investment.
More transparent legal documents would contribute to dealing with inconsistencies and overlapping regulations and consolidate investors’ faith.
VOV.VN - Head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission Nguyen Van Binh has applauded Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) for its contributions to the country, especially policy recommendations and experience sharing in economic development and energy.
VOV.VN - Some unclear clauses of power purchase agreement and its related risks are hindering the influx of direct foreign investment in renewable energy.
Legal frameworks, policies on intellectual property rights and cyber security were topics of interest for enterprises, especially foreign-invested companies, at the Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018.
The Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018 kicked off in Hanoi on December 4, with discussions focusing on the theme of “Sharing opportunities in the world of changing trade”.
The entrepreneurial spirit of businesses is a stimulus for the Government to act more drastically and innovatively, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the annual Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018 in Hanoi on December 4.
The Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018 will focus on measures to practically and effectively support enterprises towards promoting economic development in a rapid and sustainable manner in connection with environmental protection, according to Vu Tien Loc, co-chair of the forum.
The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham), which represents over 1,000 investors, will hold a special Gala Dinner & Business Awards on November 16, 2018 to celebrate two decades in Vietnam.
President Tran Dai Quang asked the Vietnam Bar Federation (VBF) to forge ahead with judicial reforms and international integration while working with socio-professional organisations of lawyers in Hanoi on July 10.
Vietnam wants to continue receiving valuable assistance and cooperation from the Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) Consortium, domestic and foreign organisations and businesses, said a senior Vietnamese official.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has called on the American Bar Association (ABA) to help the Vietnam Bar Federation (VBF) improve its capacity in the face of increasingly complicated disputes when Vietnam is pushing international integration in economy, trade and investment.
The Vietnam Bar Federation (VBF) and the American Bar Association (ABA) signed an agreement in Hanoi on January 10, aiming to boost mutual understanding and engagements.
To attract investment in the renewable energy sector, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has confirmed that a mechanism to allow businesses to buy power at competitive prices from renewable energy generators will be piloted in 2018.
The new law on securities should allow full foreign ownership at public companies and investment funds, according to members of the Vietnam Business Forum’s (VBF) working group on capital market.