Set up to cater to industrial manufacturing, Vietnam’s industrial zones provide foreign investors with incentives and preferential policies not found in other parts of the country. It is these policies that can make investing in the country advantageous for those looking for inexpensive manufacturing locations in Asia. We provide a run-down of investment incentives for foreign investors in these zones, and then take an in-depth look at four important areas of Vietnam and the investment zones present there. These areas include Haiphong, Northern Vietnam’s only large deep-water port, Danang in Central Vietnam, Ba Ria-Vung Tau in Southern Vietnam, and Ho Chi Minh City, the commercial center of the country.
Included in this issue:
Foreign investment in Vietnam’s industrial zones
Industrial zones in Haiphong, Danang, Ba Ria-Vung Tau and Ho Chi Minh City
Sectors entitled to investment incentives