Vietnam’s rapid pace of integration into global commerce is likely to yield unparalleled opportunities and record foreign investment in the near to medium term. While speculation on the nature of Vietnamese FDI has been on the rise, the availability of credible data remains scarce.
Exporthepl.asia derive the following article from Dezan Shira & Associates on February 16, 2016 to provides insight on sources, destinations, industries, and vehicles of foreign direct investment and help investors make informed decisions about existing opportunities and likely competitors.
Viet Nam embarked on Doi Moi policy in 1986. Since then, the country has seen dramatic changes, first and foremost in the economic thinking. The centrally-planned economy was replaced by the socialist-oriented market economy; national industrialization and modernization were initiated together with the policy of diversification of external economic relations, openness and international...
With a population of over 87 million people, and one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Vietnam is proving to be an attractive place for foreign investors to do business.
Over the past two decades, Vietnam’s economy has been developing rapidly due to the government’s “Doi moi” (renovation) policy and its determination to integrate Vietnam into the global economy. With a stable political environment and great economic potential, Vietnam is taking firm steps towards industrialization and modernization. Here are our top legal tips for successfully investing in Vietnam.
Vietnam encourages foreign investment as part of its development strategy, and the Government of Vietnam (GVN) is committed to improving the country’s business and investment climate. The Investment Law of 2005 provides the legal framework for foreign investment in Vietnam. Vietnam became the 150th member of the World Trade Organization on January 11, 2007 Vietnam's commitments in the WTO increase market access for exports of foreign goods...
Vietnam is a true emerging market, offering ground floor and growing opportunities for the exporters and investors. Vietnam’s economic growth rate has been among the highest in the world in recent years, expanding at an average about 7.2 percent per year during the period 2001-2010, while industrial production grew at an average of about 12 percent per year during the same period.
A set of regulations affecting 9 stages of a business's life are measured: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, registering property, getting credit, protecting investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts and closing a business. The indicators are used to analyze economic outcomes and identify what reforms have worked, where, and why.