upcoming events

Dec 2022
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Survey

How is your business in 2021? Please score from 0 - 10.

How do you expect 2022 to be from a business performance standpoint (vs. 2021)?

Please help us understand more about you. Your gender?

Your Current Management Level

Your Company Businesses

Submit

Galleries

Vietnam's coffee exports in January are estimated to have dropped 17.6 percent from a year earlier to 120,000 metric tons, while rice exports likely fell 29.5 percent, government data released on Friday showed.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

SENIOR ADVISORY CONSULTANT - CEL

CEL is a unique firm specialized in Supply Chain Management providing consultancy, technology and training solutions in the field of Demand Management, Supply Chain, and Logistics in emerging markets. Agility, efficiency, and scalability being critical conditions for success in fast-growing economies, we have tailored our approach around the dynamics and constraints specific to the emerging environment. We offer insights, perspectives, solutions, and deliver financial results to our clients in Asia, South America, Africa, and Oceania. For this, we develop new generation business solutions integrating the latest technologies including Big Data, Machine Learning, Modeling and Simulation.

 
SUPPLY CHAIN CONSULTANT - CEL

CEL is a unique firm specialized in Supply Chain Management providing consultancy, technology and training solutions in the field of Demand Management, Supply Chain, and Logistics in emerging markets. Agility, efficiency, and scalability being critical conditions for success in fast-growing economies, we have tailored our approach around the dynamics and constraints specific to the emerging environment. We offer insights, perspectives, solutions, and deliver financial results to our clients in Asia, South America, Africa, and Oceania. For this, we develop new generation business solutions integrating the latest technologies including Big Data, Machine Learning, Modeling and Simulation.

 

SUPPLY CHAIN SOLUTION ASSISTANT MANAGER - YUSEN LOGISTICS

We, YUSEN LOGISTICS (VIETNAM) CO., LTD was established in 2003 with 19 offices in Vietnam.
With the core supply chain elements, such as International Freight Forwarding (by air or ocean), Contract Logistics - Warehousing, and Transportation (such as trucking), Yusen Logistics (Vietnam) Co., Ltd can offer complete supply chain solutions utilizing high quality infrastructure, modern warehouse facilities, and proven IT systems to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers.

 

FDI INFLOWS REACH 22.46 BILLION USD IN 10 MONTHS

2022-11-09 16:32:04

Share with friends

 

 

FDI INFLOWS REACH 22.46 BILLION USD IN 10 MONTHS

 

 

 

 

Foreign capital inflows fell whereas disbursed capital rose in the first 10 months of 2022, according to the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) under the Ministry of Planning and Investment.

 

The total newly-registered capital, adjusted capital, and capital contribution and share purchase stood at 22.46 billion USD in the January-October period, down 5.4% year-on-year.

 

Specifically, 1,570 projects were granted investment registration certificates during the period, with total registered capital of 9.93 billion USD, down 23.7 percent from last year.

 

One bright spot was disbursed capital, which topped 17.45 billion USD in the first ten months of the year, 15.2 percent higher than the same period last year. It was expected to hit 22 billion USD by the year-end.

 

Adjusted capital, as a single item itself, reached over 8.74 billion USD, up 23.3 percent year-on-year. Roughly 880 projects registered for capital adjustment during the ten-month period.

 

There were 2,997 capital contributions and share purchases by late October, equivalent to 3.97 billion USD. The figure was 4.5 percent higher than that in 2021.

 

FIA Director Do Nhat Hoang underlined two factors behind the falling registered capital, which are stringent COVID-19 preventive measures and global uncertainties.

 

He said strict COVID-19 preventive measures had made it more difficult for foreign investors to travel to Vietnam to seek new investment opportunities. Such hindrance held back the number of newly-registered projects in early 2022.

 

Global uncertainties, including geopolitical conflicts, inflationary pressures and supply chain disruptions, compounded the situation by scaling down the capital flows from big economies, especially Vietnam's partners.

 

On the bright side, many large-scale projects had their capital adjusted up significantly in ten months. For instance, Samsung Electro-Mechanics Vietnam was given two capital boosts, of 920 million USD and 267 million USD.

 

Samsung HCMC CE followed suit with 841 million USD. The projects to manufacture electronics and multimedia devices in Bac Ninh, Nghe An and Hai Phong provinces were financed with additional capital of 306 million USD, 260 million USD and 127 million USD, respectively.

 

The rise in additional capital indicates that foreign investors have great confidence in Vietnam's economic growth and business environment.

 

The FIA census also showed that foreign investors invested in 18 out of 21 sectors of the economy during the period. Of which, processing and manufacturing took the lead in terms of foreign investment, with 12.9 billion USD.

 

Realty estate came next with a total investment of 3.9 billion USD, followed by electricity production and distribution with 928 million USD and scientific and technological activities with 835 million USD.

 

It is also worth noting that wholesale and retail, processing and manufacturing, and scientific and technological activities were the sectors with the largest number of newly-registered projects, accounting for 29.9 percent, 24.8 percent and 16.7 percent of the total number of newly-register projects in the country.

 

By partners, 103 countries and territories poured money into Vietnam over the year. Singapore was on top with 5.3 billion USD, accounting for 23.8 percent of the total foreign investment into the country.

 

Japan came second with 4.2 billion USD and the Republic of Korea (RoK) came third with 3.9 billion USD. Other names further down the list included China, Hong Kong (China) and Denmark.

 

Despite its third position regarding investment capital, the RoK topped the list of investors when it comes to the number of newly-registered and capital-adjusted projects in the ten-month period.

 

Source: VIR