Effective in 2021, the amended laws on Enterprises, Investment, and Public-Private Partnership are expected to entail breakthrough changes to Vietnam’s business and investment landscape in the coming time, notably amid the entry into force of the landmark EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement. Tran Hao Hung, director of the Legal Department under the Ministry of Planning and Investment shines light on the fresh changes in the laws and their impacts on the country’s investment picture.
CapitaLand is one of the biggest Singaporean developers in Vietnam, with more than 25 years experience in the country and thousands of quality homes in Vietnam’s biggest cities. Ronald Tay, newly-appointed CEO of CapitaLand Vietnam, described with VIR’s Ngoc Anh his assessment on the core market of Vietnam in the group’s investment strategy.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment is currently working on possible scenarios for the upcoming period amid the ongoing developments of the global health crisis. Tran Quoc Phuong, Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment, discussed with VIR’s Bich Thuy the future key tasks and varying solutions required in order for the country to achieve its yearly targets.
The Philippines-based Ayala Corporation has set eyes on the Vietnamese energy market after its plans in Australia have been thwarted when Infigen Energy refused its take-over offer.