Thai Binh to create optimal conditions for US investors Business

Thai Binh to create optimal conditions for US investors

The northern province of Thai Binh will create favourable conditions for US enterprises to study its investment climate and carry out production and business projects in the locality, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Khac Than has said.
Vietnam promising market for US investors Business

Vietnam promising market for US investors

Country General Manager of IBM Vietnam Tan Jee Toon still remembers the first time he set foot on Vietnam seven years ago for his challenging tenure (2013-2015). It was in the final stage of the global financial crisis and at that time Vietnam’s macro-economy dropped to the lowest level.
US-China trade deal forces firms to grow Business

US-China trade deal forces firms to grow

The recently signed US-China trade deal, an effort to calm trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies, will force Vietnamese businesses to grow in order to meet the challenges as well as the opportunities it brings, said economic experts.
Vietnam always supports US investors: Party official Business

Vietnam always supports US investors: Party official

At a reception in Hanoi on January 8 for Adam Boehler, first CEO of the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), head of the Economic Commission of the Party Central Committee Nguyen Van Binh affirmed that Vietnam always supports and facilitates the investment by US firms in general and the DFC in particular.
Vietnamese, US investors to cooperate in LNG project Business

Vietnamese, US investors to cooperate in LNG project

T&T Group and its US partner Gen X Energy recently worked with leaders of the southern province of Ba Ria – Vung Tau to discuss investing in a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project worth nearly 6 billion USD in the locality.
US, EU investors still hesitant: experts Business

US, EU investors still hesitant: experts

Unresolved issues in Vietnam’s regulations and the business environment have resulted in relatively low FDI inflows from US and European multinational companies, experts say.