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Saigon Investment spoke with Mr. NGUYEN VAN BE recently, who is currently the Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City Export Processing and industrial zones Association, to ask him about the many difficulties that investors are facing in industrial zones (IZ), as well as the problems pertaining to enterprises leasing land for production activities.
Experts have advised the government to found a special investment council and create an infrastructure investment fund for Vietnam’s southeastern region to support its development.
The Vietnam Rubber Group - Joint Stock Company (GVR) plans to sell all 10.74 million shares at Sai Gon VRG Investment Corporation (SIP).
Foreign direct investment in supporting industries is expected to spike in the coming months as more and more foreign companies establish production facilities in Viet Nam and seek to develop supply chains here, experts said.
COVID-19 has significantly affected the consumer behaviour of people of all socioeconomic groups in Vietnam. Now businesses looking for future growth and investment opportunities are urged to upskill or reskill in line with new trends and demands.
Vietnam has risen five places to 34th out of 40 economies in a global ranking of attractiveness in terms of renewable energy investment.
Being in a key position for South Korea’s New Southern Policy, Vietnam expects to receive a large investment capital inflow from the country as a result of the newly-signed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership agreement.
The expected economic growth rate for next year may not be out of reach if a surge in local production and exports, as well as public investment, materialises.
At Carlsberg, delivering high-quality products and accomplishing social responsibilities are the main priorities. In the three decades of its presence in the Vietnamese beer market, Carlsberg has initiated investments to facilitate the development of Vietnam’s beer industry, as well as to accompany local communities in preserving traditional and cultural values.
As the United States and Vietnam celebrate 25 years of diplomatic relations, the partnership between the two is arguably at its strongest level, with growing trade and investment ties. Mary Tarnowka, executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ho Chi Minh City and Danang, shared with VIR’s Thanh Van her insight about US investment into Vietnam, especially in the context of a new administration being set to enter the White House.