With preferential policies on land investment and value-added and corporate taxes for enterprises, the number of investment projects for key exports is expected to increase.
Startup companies in Vietnam, ranging from FinTech to logistics and artificial intelligence, are attracting a record amount of venture capital money in the country, according to a report by the Financial Times.
According to the Foreign Investment Agency under the Ministry of Planning and Investment, in the first five months of this year Vietnamese enterprises have invested US$183.1 million overseas.
Cambodia appreciates the involvement of Vietnamese investors in boosting the country’s economic development, its Deputy Prime Minister Yim Chhayly stated when attending a conference to review rubber tree planting of several Vietnamese companies held
Japanese businesses appreciate Vietnam's business and investment environment and tend to boost investment in manufacturing in Vietnam.
Daewoong Pharmaceutical announced on March 14 that it is negotiating with Vietnam’s second-biggest drug maker Traphaco to expand its presence in the country.
South Korea’s new unicorn, Woowa Brothers, has acquired Vietnamese food delivery company Vietnammm, according to MK News.
The Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) desires to be the main investor in the Long Thanh International Airport. ACV, which operates 21 airports in the country, has proposed that it contributes more than a quarter of the $5.4 billion needed to buil
Ikea Vietnam plans to invest US$450 million on a retail centre and warehouse system in Hanoi, according to a government official.
Japan tops the list of 112 countries and territories invested in Vietnam in 2018, with USD 8.59 billion, contributing 24 percent to the nation’s total FDI.
A student of Vinh Long Technical Education University has invented a model of raising pangasius using herbs, helping farmers generate sustainable economic value.
Vietnam may be the next destination of Apple manufacturers if the US government applies the 25 per cent tax rate on its products, which are mainly manufactured in China.
An article published by US magazine Forbes has recently considered Vietnam as the hottest investment destination in Asia.
Analysts believe banking credit growth will ease off next year, but since lending activities will mainly be focused on the economy, growth will not be affected.
Google is considering procedures to set up a representative office in Vietnam on the basis of compatibility between local and international laws.
A Japanese newspaper has heralded Ho Chi Minh City as a “Silicon Valley of Asia” thanks to its upgraded infrastructure and growing financial areas.
According to the Vietnam News, ViMariel S. A. – a subsidiary of Vietnam Glass and Ceramics for Construction Corporation (Viglacera) on November 28 kick started the construction of the first industrial park in Mariel Special Economic Development Zone (ZEDM) (Cuba).