Where is Investment Going in Vietnam and How Can Investors Benefit?
Vietnam continues to attract record foreign direct investment, with a year-on year increase of 69%, reaching a four year high of US$16.74 billion in the first five months of 2019. The US-China trade war has played a significant role, helping Vietnam gain orders from trade diversion on tariffed goods equal to 7.9% of gross domestic product.
So where is the investment going, and how can investors benefit?
To find out more, join us on July 16th at 3PM, as Dezan Shira & Associates’ Business Intelligence Manager, Maxfield Brown, and International Business Advisory Manager, Trent Davies, present an overview of the pull factors drawing companies to Vietnam, as well as the best strategies to enter the country. The presentation will cover:
1) Where is investment going in Vietnam?
- Vietnamese FDI in 2019: Review of H1 Statistics
- Mapping Vietnamese Investment Inflows
- Developing a Location Specific Investment Strategy in Vietnam
2) How to set up
- Corporate structures
- Four step set up guide
- Key compliance issues
In his work as Business Intelligence Manager, Maxfield Brown assists companies to position and expand operations in Southeast Asia, with a focus on supply chain optimization, tariff solutions, competitor analysis, and multi-county cost and competitiveness studies. As IBA Manager in Vietnam, Trent guides international clients through their market entry process into Vietnam and the wider ASEAN region, from pre-entry assessment to corporate structuring.
You can register for the webinar here.