Foreign investors are interested in Vietnam (24/04/2023)
3 foreign investors have pledged to invest in and expand investment in Vietnam this year with a total investment capital of 3.7 billion USD. The pledge was made at a meeting between the Prime Minister and FDI businesses on Saturday,

Three foreign groups plan to pour 3.7 billion USD into Vietnam (24/04/2023)
Three foreign groups unveiled their plans to pour 3.7 billion USD into Vietnam at the Prime Minister’s meeting with foreign investors in Hanoi on April 22, reported the Ministry of Planning and Investment.

Vietnam supports foreign investors for win-win outcome (24/04/2023)
The government will continue to accompany foreign investors to help them achieve their goal and contribute to Vietnam’s socio-economic development, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh said at his meeting with foreign investors in Hanoi on April 22.

Impact investing – A catalyst towards new growth in Vietnam (21/04/2023)
Innovation and impact investing will help Vietnam ensure balanced socio-economic development, as well as sustainable development, heard a workshop in Hanoi on April 20.

Samsung expected to become talent nurturing centre in Vietnam: Deputy PM (21/04/2023)
The Samsung Group’s effective operations have made important contributions to Vietnam’s electronic industry and trade relations, Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai said at a ceremony on April 20.

Vietnam seeks to retain FDI firms if global minimum tax is in effect (21/04/2023)
Vietnam is looking for solutions to retain foreign investment firms, especially giants such as Samsung, Apple, and Foxconn, in the event that the global minimum tax is applied in the country.

VIMC plans to establish transport company and divest stake in three units (21/04/2023)
The country’s shipping giant Vietnam Maritime Corporation (VIMC) plans to establish a new transportation company and divest its stake in three units.

Việt Nam needs supports for foreign businesses when applying global minimum tax (20/04/2023)
The State should consider support for businesses to limit the negative impact of imposing the global minimum tax on investment attraction in Việt Nam, said Đặng Ngọc Minh, Deputy Director of the General Department of Taxation.

Global minimum tax will hurt Vietnam investment: Samsung (20/04/2023)
The proposed global minimum tax would weaken the international business environment in Vietnam by eliminating preferential tax policies for foreign direct investment (FDI), said Samsung Vietnam CEO Choi Joo Ho.

Japanese investors weigh up options (20/04/2023)
Although Japanese manufacturers may be planning to cut production abroad over the next few years, some groups are being encouraged to increase focus on the Global South to increase security and take advantage of new business environments.

More private capital required for seaports (20/04/2023)
A downturn in exports may prompt the private sector to reevaluate its investment plans in the nation’s seaports, which are estimated to require over $13 billion by 2030.

Experts scrutinise global minimum tax implementation in Vietnam (19/04/2023)
Vietnam needs to fully and comprehensively assess the impacts of the global minimum tax on the country, said Minister of Finance Ho Duc Phoc on April 18.

Seminar looks into opportunities for Vietnam – UK trade cooperation (19/04/2023)
A seminar on new areas for trade and business cooperation, especially in energy, climate change adaptation, green transformation and finance, education, healthcare, technology, and infrastructure, between Vietnam and the UK was held by the Vietnamese Embassy in the UK in collaboration with British Expertise International (BEI) on April 18.

Vietnam attractive to foreign investors: Austrian newspaper (19/04/2023)
Die Presse - a German-language daily broadsheet newspaper based in Vienna, Austria, on April 14 ran an article highlighting favourable conditions that make Vietnam more attractive to foreign investors.

Top cities bear brunt of sluggish PCI (18/04/2023)
Global strife and lingering pandemic ramifications are pulling the competitiveness of some Vietnamese cities and provinces down, with foreign-invested firms still struggling with the burden of regulatory procedures.

Railway infrastructure projects grab foreign investors’ attention (18/04/2023)
Many foreign investors have expressed their interest in railway projects of Vietnam amid the Ministry of Transport (MoT)’s efforts to attract private and foreign investment in railway infrastructure, an official of the Vietnam Railway Authority (VNRA) has said.

Vietnam takes synchronous measures to draw Australian capital: official (18/04/2023)
Vietnam will continue with synchronous measures to attract foreign investment effectively, especially from Australia, said deputy head of the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI)’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) Vu Van Chung at the Vietnam-Australia Investment Forum held in Hanoi on April 17.

Vietnam’s green economy expected to reach 300 billion USD by 2050 (18/04/2023)
Vietnam has set a target of increasing its green economy’s contribution to GDP from 6.7 billion USD in 2020 to 300 billion USD by 2050, which requires drastic and breakthrough steps, Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung has said.

2023 to be lucrative for SABECO (17/04/2023)
Saigon Beer-Alcohol-Beverage Corporation (SABECO) has just released the agenda for its 2023 AGM, which will be conducted in Ho Chi Minh City on April 27, where the firm plans to announce a share issue at a ratio of 1:1.

Insufficient transport connectivity hinders Southeastern region’s development (17/04/2023)
Insufficient transport connectivity is hindering the development of the Southeastern region – a key economic region, an important exchange hub in the south of Vietnam, according to a Politburo resolution.