FDI needed in infrastructure development

From a low starting point, Vietnam’s infrastructure system has been improved significantly. However, quality is still a persistent issue, causing a bottleneck limiting economic development, making it necessary to focus FDI capital in this sector.Keep reading ...

Nguyen Huong

Vietnam urged to improve quality of foreign capital inflows

Experts are urging the Vietnamese government to shift its focus on improving the quality of foreign investment in the context of recent forecast by international institutions on the upward trend of the foreign capital inflows into the country. Vietnam needs foreign capital, but high and ...

Quoc Hung

PPP law to drafted in 2018

Vietnam is expected to start building a law on public-private partnership (PPP) investment in 2018 to pave the way for future foreign investment inflows.Keep reading ...

Bich Thuy

Transparent policies needed to draw foreign capital

Clear, transparent and efficient policies are needed to encourage more foreign investors to jump into the Vietnamese securities market if it is to reach its considerable potential. According to the State Securities Commission (SSC), the local market is valued at US$124 billion and has been among ...

Bizhub Reporter

Trans-Pacific Trade Partners Are Moving On, Without the U.S.

President Trump shook up the world economic order this year by pulling the United States out of a major international trade pact and raising fundamental questions about its global role. Today, the world is moving on without it. A group of 11 countries announced on Saturday ...

A. STEVENSON, M.RICH

Special economic zones need tens of billions of U.S. dollars to develop infrastructure

It requires tens of billion of U.S. dollars for the development of infrastructure in special economic zones of Van Don, North Van Phong and Phu Quoc in the coming years. Reports show that Phu Quoc special economic zone will need $40 billion by 2030 while ...

Tu Hoang

Danang to promote investment from big corporations attending APEC

On the occasion of major conglomerates attending the APEC 2017 Summit, city leaders meet, work and invite investment to corporations from the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Thailand  Keep reading ...

Quynh Tram

Where Is Vietnam’s Economy Headed as It Hosts APEC?

Outlook appears generally positive as Hanoi gears up for the meeting, but uncertainties still remain. Later this week, Vietnam will host regional leaders at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting (APEC) in Danang. Keep reading   ...

Luke Hunt

APEC: Discussing practical issues with the business community

During the APEC 2017 Summit held in Da Nang City, on November 9, the APEC Business Summit 2017 (CEO Summit 2017) entered the second working day.Keep reading ...

Nguyen Hong Diep

State turns inward for PPP plans

Despite growing interest among international groups, Vietnam might have to pivot to domestic investment in developing the eastern spur of the North-South Expressway project amid a lack of a guarantee mechanism for foreign investors.Keep reading ...

Bich Thuy

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