Hanoi takes lead in nine-month FDI attraction
10:43 | 09/10/2018 Investment
"The economy of the capital city continues to expand with good socio-economic results. The national defence and social order are ensured while the Party building and the political system are consolidated," said Secretary of Hanoi Party Committee Hoang Trung Hai at the 15th meeting of the Hanoi Party Committee on October 1.
Fruitful results of FDI in high-tech
15:02 | 08/10/2018 Investment
(VEN) - Many provinces and cities across the country have given priority to foreign direct investment (FDI) attraction in some high-tech industries, such as information technology, electronics, social media analytics (SMA), engineering, automation, biotechnology, new materials, education, training of high-quality human resources, research and development, and public health care.
PM welcomes foreign investors
15:31 | 06/10/2018 Investment
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc hosted separate receptions in Hanoi on October 3 for Youn Chul Kim, President of Hanwha Techwin, and Spencer Damian White, Managing Director of Delta Offshore Energy Pte Ltd.
Vietnamese market an attraction to many Thai investors
15:37 | 03/10/2018 Investment
Vietnam has drawn a growing number of big Thai corporations to invest in its huge domestic market of 96 million people, a new trend that should be closely watched by Thai economic planners, as stated by The Nation, an English-language daily newspaper in Thailand, in its recently published article, entitled “Why Vietnam is such a magnet for baht”.
Foreign investment in Vietnamese projects surges
14:11 | 02/10/2018 Investment
(VEN) - Foreign investment in the form of capital contribution and share purchase in Vietnam has increased in recent years. According to experts, it will sharply increase in the coming time as the investment environment is gradually improving.
Foreign investors eye Vietnam’s e-wallet market
15:57 | 28/09/2018 Investment
Foreign investors have poured into Vietnam’s e-wallet sector as they see huge growth potential in the market in the wake of the Government’s plan to reduce cash payments to below 10 percent of the total payment transaction by 2020.