More Chinese firms invest in Vietnam’s energy projects

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has recommended the government to transfer investment rights for the Long Phu III thermal power plant from PetroVietnam to China Southern Power Grid Company Limited. []Meanwhile, many Chinese firms have become EPC contractor for Vietnamese energy projects. Keep reading ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Vietnam’s New Cyber Law Could Hobble Foreign Investors and Limit Basic Freedoms

Vietnam’s controversial new cybersecurity law may dent the country’s well-honed image as a darling of foreign investors, particularly those operating in the information technology space. Keep reading ...

Murray Hiebert

Transfer of technology from FDI enterprises remains modest

Despite vast contribution to Vietnam’s economy, the rate of technology transfer from foreign direct investment (FDI) firms remains low.Keep reading ...

Cam Anh

Foreign investors rush to Vietnamese plastics market

Vietnamese plastic firms are under big pressure to make restructure to be able to compete against foreign counterparts, who have made many mergers and acquisitions of domestic firms in the past few years.Keep reading ...

Thao Le

Agriculture to bring more foreign investment

With Vietnam’s wide usage of smartphones and great agricultural potential, and commitment to truncate more than half of the existing agricultural administrative procedures, many foreign firms are hunting for opportunities in the country’s agricultural sector.Keep reading ...

Thu Ha

How is the foreign-invested sector performing in Vietnam?

As the leading economic sector in Vietnam’s economy, foreign invested enterprises (FIEs) make only modest contributions to the state budget.Keep reading ...

Thanh Lich

Vietnam’s demand for investment in environment remains huge

Vietnam needs more preferential policies to attract foreign investors in the environment as the country’s demand for investment in the field is huge, but the capacity of domestic businesses remains limited, heard a seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on May 9.Keep reading ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Samsung Electronics to expand production in Vietnam

Samsung Electronics Co. is determined to further expand production in Vietnam, co-CEO Koh Dong-jin told Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Friday.Keep reading ...

Reuters Staff

Vietnam’s FDI attraction: which sectors to prioritise?

Vietnam has very good achievements in foreign direct investment attraction, however, it needs to change its strategy and orientation to focus on the necessary sectors to improve efficiency.Keep reading ...

Nguyen Duc

How can Chinese capital be used in the most effective way?

China’s capital flow to Vietnam has grown slowly, but that is changing rapidly, analysts say.Keep reading ...

M. Ha

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