IFC will work with Hanoi to formulate a new-generation FDI strategy and assist the city in diversifying its funding sources.
More competitive land cost as well as lower occupancy rate are making emerging industrial areas in surrounding provinces become more attractive to investors and developers.
A possible deceleration in 2020 growth of Vietnam's main export markets would weigh on its growth.
If Vietnamese businesses know how to seize the opportunity from EVIPA and EVFTA they will succeed in investment cooperation with EU investors.
This is the time to install a filter to select foreign investors who are truly qualified, environmentally friendly and socially Vietnamese.
The Tokyo-based multifaceted company seeks to expand two of its three industrial parks in the country, to cater to the industrial growth and expansion of many FDI companies in the country.
Vietnam is outperforming its regional peers in terms of exports and can further count on more FDI to come as the result of the ongoing US-China trade tensions. And it all now depends on whether the country is equipped with appropriate capacity to absorb such FDI inflows.
Vietnam is having what it takes to upsize its economy, outshining even Singapore, thanks to a raft of foreign investors queuing to get into the nation, a strong FDI drift and the ongoing trade tensions that promote the nation to be the new manufacturing hub.
If Vietnam wishes to draw in more quality foreign investment, particularly in the field of high tech, there definitely is the need for the nation to improve its institutional and legal reforms, say representatives of foreign business community
Because of the trend of shifting production from China to Vietnam and the expansion plan, the electronic manufacturing segment is predicted to increase in recruitment demand in 2019, including middle and high-level human resources.
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