FDI disbursement reaches USD 600 million in February

The Foreign Investment Department under the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) reported that nearly USD 600 million of FDI capital was disbursed in February, 2011, raising the figure for the first two months of the year to USD 1.15 billion, a year-on-year increase of 4.5%.

FDI attraction– advantages and challenges

The total registered FDI to Vietnam was US$18.6 billion in 2010, 17.8 percent lower than in 2009, not meeting the set target of US$22-25 billion. However, it shows investors’ confidence in Vietnam’s business environment. In 2010, Singapore became the biggest foreign investor to Vietnam with the total newly-registered capital of US$4.4 billion, accounting for 24 percent of FDI capital in Vietnam, followed by the Netherlands and the Republic of Korea.

South champions FDI flows

A southern growth engine, Ho Chi Minh City reported over $1.82 billion in newly committed FDI capital in 2010 and $1.169 billion in disbursed capital, making 11.7 per cent of the country’s total disbursed amount.

Binh Duong’s Real Estate Market Is Absorbing Foreign Investors

According to Savills Vietnam, the leading property service provider, Binh Duong’s economy has gained quick growth with great FDI capital. This success has created a great demand in terms of construction, real estate development together other services relating to the housing field. Binh Duong has recently been focusing on infrastructure development, especially the Binh Duong new city project of 1,000 ha, the Tan Van-My Phuoc highway…

FDI in 2010 witnesses big changes

The disbursement rate has been improvedsignificantly, while the registered investment capital has been decreasing sharply. In previous years, real estate was the sector which attracted most of FDI capital. However, in 2010, processing and manufacturing have become more attractive in the eyes of foreign investors. The Netherlands has become the biggest foreign investor in Vietnam instead of South Korea or the US.

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