Vietnam expects large-scale FDI projects

Vietnam expects large-scale FDI projects

Although in the first four months of this year, registered foreign investment capital into Vietnam hit a record high, there was no large-scale project. According to experts from the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the first-billion-dollar project this year will possibly be a project from Hong Kong (China): Weijia Textiles Vina.
Several European firms participated in trade promotion activities in Vietnam. (Photo: SGGP)

European firms wait for opportunities by EVFTA

Goods, services and capital flow from the EU into Vietnam’s market have gradually increased amid the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is in the progress to be passed and expected to become effective next year.
Keppel Land purchased all contributed capital of Southern Waterborne Transport Joint Stock Corporation (Sowatco) in the office building project of Saigon Center. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnamese enterprises amid M&A tendency

Instead of carrying out projects themselves, several foreign investors tend to increase investments into Vietnam via capital contribution, share purchase or acquisition so as to quickly take part in the local market or transfer to other partners for profits.
Vietnam needs foreign direct investments in fiber, dyeing and raw fabric. (Photo: SGGP)

Garment, textile industry expected to lure much foreign investment this year

Many economic experts at the global textile and apparel supply chain conference held the first time in Ho Chi Minh City said that Vietnam will be an attractive destination for foreign garment and textile companies this year so the country must be cautious and selective about this capital source so as to avoid being applied trade protectionism measures by import markets.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (R) receives Kawamura Takeo, Chairperson of the Japanese House of Representatives’ Committee on Budget (Photo: VNA)

PM appreciates Japan’s 26-year ODA provision to Vietnam

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc thanked Japan for providing Official Development Assistance (ODA) for Vietnam over the past 26 years, aiding the country’s effort to boost the economy, reduce poverty and develop infrastructure.
Vietnam’s property lures $5 billion FDI

Vietnam’s property lures $5 billion FDI

With bustling merge and acquisition (M&A) deals, Vietnam’s property sector is attractive to foreign investors, according to real estate firm Savills Vietnam’s report released on July 30.

At the  sixth session of the 15th Hanoi People’s Council on July 5 (photo: SGGP)

Hanoi attracts FDI of $5.9 billion in first half, first since 1988

It is the first time within 30 years , Hanoi takes the lead in attracting the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) of US$5.9 billion in the first half of 2018, said participants at the sixth session of the 15th Hanoi People’s Council on July 5.

A view of the Saigon Hi-Tech Park (Photo: VNA)

HCM City lures 2.15 billion USD in FDI in six months

Ho Chi Minh City has attracted 2.15 billion USD in foreign directed investment (FDI) in the first half of 2017, doubling the figure in the same period last year, reported the municipal People’s Committee.