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HONG KONG RANKS SECOND IN FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN VIETNAM

2018-03-16 19:01:27

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HONG KONG RANKS SECOND IN FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN VIETNAM

 

Hong Kong surpassed major investors like Japan, Singapore and Taiwan to become the second biggest investor in Vietnam in 2014 when the investors from this country registered huge investments in the textile and garment industry.

 

 

 

Hong Kong investors increase the foreign investment capital in Vietnam

According to the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) under the Ministry of Planning and Investment, companies of Hong Kong had pledged over US$3 billion for 99 new and 23 operational projects in Vietnam.

The highlight is that many Hong Kong investors have continuously expanded operations and developed new textile projects. For example, Huafu company plans US$136 million for a project at Long An Province’s Thuan Dao Industrial Park to dye 20,000 tons of cotton and produce 30,000 tons of yarn annually. Nam Phuong Textile Co. has started construction on a US$120-million textile project at Viet Huong 2 Industrial Park in Binh Duong Province.

The director of a leading Vietnamese textile and garment company said that Hong Kong investors are boosting investment in Vietnam because they want tariff-free access to the United States – the largest textile and garment export market for Vietnam – once the two countries join the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Vietnam with cheap abundant labor source and Infrastructure development is attracting investors from Hong Kong when there are more signs of recovery in the property market, he said.

 

 

Kizuna Rental Serviced Factory is one of the best choices for investors from Hong Kong

Hong Kong investors have increased their investments in textile and garments projects in Vietnam in anticipation of cashing in on new opportunities when Vietnam joins the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Textile and garment companies are encouraged in Long An province. The ready built factory for lease of Kizuna Rental Serviced Factory in Tan Kim Industrial Park in Long An Province is attracting many foreign investors, especially Hong Kong investors by many advantages. Providing a chain of serviced factories, Kizuna not only provides the customers with a solution for a business workplace but also services and facilities that helps small and medium enterprises quickly establish the business, save cost, easily integrate and  focus on production in order to gain highest efficiency.

 

 

Foreign investment capital from Hong Kong into Vietnam is expected to increase in 2015

Hong Kong investors currently have 869 valid projects in Vietnam with combined registered capital of US$15.46 billion, ranking sixth among 101 countries and territories with investments in Vietnam. A project of Hong Kong in Vietnam costs US$17.8 million on average while the average investment of a foreign project in Vietnam is US$14.3 million.

Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) Deputy Chairman, Dr. Doan Duy Khuong said that the VCCI had strengthened the deployment of trade promotion programs in recent years with Hong Kong. According to a Bloomberg report, the Hong Kong, China-based Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Ltd. was ready to invest US$4 billion in a casino project in Vietnam, an attractive destination in the eyes of Hong Kong, China investors.