Da Nang offering preferential policies to attract investors Videos

Da Nang offering preferential policies to attract investors

Da Nang city has granted investment registration certificates and investment policy decisions to 27 projects with total capital of some 5.6 bln USD. It also offers many preferential policies to attract domestic and foreign investors. Issues relating to policies, incentives, and transport infrastructure will also be addressed to attract investment and contribute to socio-economic development.
HCM City works to clear hurdles for RoK investors Business

HCM City works to clear hurdles for RoK investors

Investors from the Republic of Korea (RoK) in Ho Chi Minh City are facing a number of bottlenecks related to labour regulation and administrative procedures that need to be promptly removed, heard a June 24 dialogue between the municipal leaders and the business community.
Lopsided relationship scares investors off PPP Business

Lopsided relationship scares investors off PPP

Nearly 18 months since the introduction of the 2021 Law on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Vietnam, it's still difficult to get investors to warm up to PPP projects despite the huge potential for growth, as the country ramps up efforts to build modern infrastructure, said industry experts and policymakers in a meeting in Hanoi on June 21.
Thailand strives to attract foreign investment World

Thailand strives to attract foreign investment

The Board of Investment (BOI) of Thailand on June 1 approve tax incentives for four major investment projects with combined investment value of 209.478 billion THB (around 6 billion USD).
FDI disbursement up 7.8 percent in five months Business

FDI disbursement up 7.8 percent in five months

Up to 7.71 billion USD worth of foreign direct investment (FDI) was disbursed in the first five months of this year, up 7.8 percent from the same period in 2021, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC Videos

Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC

Up to 21 percent of Indian firms operating or intending to operate in Southeast Asia plan to expand their business in Vietnam in the next two years, and the ratio is 26 percent among Chinese enterprises, according to a HSBC survey covering more than 1,500 companies from six of the world’s largest economies – all of which have operations in Southeast Asia.
Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC Business

Vietnam remains attractive to int'l investors: HSBC

Up to 21 percent of Indian firms operating or intending to operate in Southeast Asia plan to expand their business in Vietnam in the next two years, and the ratio is 26 percent among Chinese enterprises, according to a HSBC survey covering more than 1,500 companies from six of the world’s largest economies – all of which have operations in Southeast Asia.