VOV.VN - Along with political determination, there is plenty of work still left to be done to make Vietnam a truly reliable destination for foreign investors, with an array of opportunities ready to welcome a new wave of foreign direct investment.
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.
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.
PPP projects in Vietnam carry many hidden risks and the government should protect investors, foreign business executives said at a forum Wednesday.
The mid-term Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2019 will highlight the role of the business community in rapid and sustainable development, heard a press conference in Hanoi on June 25.
The influx of multinational corporations into Vietnam will help the country become more attractive to many other foreign components suppliers and solidify its position as a global manufacturing hub.
Foreign electronic parts manufacturers, particularly those supplying products to Apple, are coming to set up production in Vietnam, providing a golden chance for the supporting industries to grow and develop.
Human resources governance is a strategic factor for sustainable corporate development, heard the Vietnam Business Forum held in Ho Chi Minh City on December 12.
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 year-end session of the Vietnam Business Forum will convene at Lotte Hanoi Hotel in the capital city on December 4, according to the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI).
Experts forecast that the Vietnamese economy will grow by more than 6.8 percent in the last half of this year at the Forbes Vietnam Business Forum 2018 held in Ho Chi Minh City on July 26.
The US-China trade friction is expected to help boost foreign direct investment in Vietnam, fast-tracking an already strong trend of foreign firms veering away from China, where rising costs are worrying investors.
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.
The mid-term Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018, themed “Linkage between domestic and FDI businesses – Partnership for mutual benefit”, opened in Hanoi on July 4.
Representatives from foreign-invested enterprises and foreign business associations in Vietnam gave their recommendations on fostering linkages between FDI and domestic firms at the mid-term Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2018 that opened in Hanoi on July 4.
Connecting enterprises at home and abroad for common interests is the aim of the Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) held in Hanoi on July 4, Chairman of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) Vu Tien Loc and Vice Chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EurcoCham) Tomaso Andreatta have affirmed.