Vietnam has become an increasingly attractive destination for foreign investors. The international manufacturing sector is moving to Vietnam and more FDI is flowing into the country, showing growing confidence among investors in the market, according to a representative from Agility – a leading global logistics group.
Ho Chi Minh City has strived to tap into its tourism development potential, with the support of digital technology, as the city is Vietnam’s leading tourism hub and an attractive destination for international friends.
Vietnam has remained an attractive destination for foreign investors in 2017 with total FDI capital registered in the country hitting a record high of US$35.88 billion, up 44.4 percent against last year.
Vietnam is an attractive destination for investment, with many companies from the Republic of Korea (RoK) planning to invest in the country, said Hong Sun, General Secretary of RoK Business Association in Vietnam.
Vietnam is a safe and attractive destination for all foreign investors and international tourists, stated President Truong Tan Sang at the Vietnam Economy-Tourism Cooperation Forum held in Prague on May 11.
More investors are finding the Central Highland province of Gia Lai an attractive destination not only for its investment incentives but also the locality’s advantage in land, mineral resources and labour.