Nearly 40 per cent of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) enterprises in Việt Nam are in shortage of employees and have struggled with recruiting new labourers, said an official of Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs.
Hà Nội needs to seek new, breakthrough, sustainable momentum for growth in order to materialise its development vision, said Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc.
The HCM City housing market will continue to grow this year, especially the VNĐ1 billion condo segment, the HCM City Real Estate Association (HoREA) has predicted.
The central city has been compiling simplified investment procedures to support European businesses with more transparency and a reduction in informal charges.
The Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta province of Kiên Giang aims to mobilise VNĐ215 trillion (US$ 9.5 billion) for socio-economic development by 2020 and VNĐ 1,000 trillion (US$ 45 billion) by 2030.
The central city has yet reached its target as a ‘nuclear’ urban in central Việt Nam with outstanding innovation, smart and ‘green’ city before approaching to global city status.
Việt Nam is committed to maintaining stability to ensure the rights and interests of foreign businesses investing in the country, said Deputy Prime Minister Trương Hòa Bình.
According to the Foreign Investment Agency, in the first five months of the year foreign direct investment in new projects was worth US$4.66 billion, 17 per cent down from last year’s figure for the same period.
The Việt Nam Public Commercial Joint Stock Bank (PVcom Bank) has signed a financial agreement with the Đà Nẵng-based PGT Group in loans providing for property investment projects in central Việt Nam.
Hoàng Phước Thuận, Director General of the General Department of Network Security, under the Ministry of Public Security, speaks to the Viet Nam News Agency about the draft Network Security Law