With an increasingly open business environment, and continuing international integration, Việt Nam has long been regarded as a promising destination for foreign investment.
Foreign investment commitments to Việt Nam in the first half of this year decreased 15.1 per cent year-on-year to US$15.67 billion, a report from the Ministry of Planning and Investment's Foreign Investment Agency has shown.
Market insiders have predicted M&A activities will sharply increase soon.
Việt Nam needs to revise tax and land policies for foreign direct investment (FDI) companies to ensure a level playing field for businesses and to ensure companies pay correct taxes, says VEPR
The capital city of Hà Nội as of Monday received 36 proposals for memorandums (MoU) of understanding for investment cooperation, which were estimated to be worth more than US$26 billion in total.