Vietnam is rising rapidly as a tourist destination in South East Asia. Read more to understand how key cities are keeping pace with the likes of Bangkok and learn where challenges may arise when investing within the sector.
Vietnam’s exports of aquaculture produce are predicted to reach US$13 billion by 2020. Read more to understand current growth trends and the policy actions needed to sustain the seafood industry’s future competitiveness
As Ho Chi Minh City battles growing traffic congestion, municipal authorities are considering a range of measures to improve transportation in the bustling city of over eight million. Find out how foreign investors can capitalize on opportunities arising in the city.
Vietnam is getting ready for large investment in solar and wind energy projects to keep up with its increased energy consumption and to meet government goals. Understand these trends and find out how to maximize opportunities in the years to come.
With a rapidly expanding middle class and massive tariff reductions from multiple free trade agreements coming into effect, this article explores opportunities in Vietnam’s emerging beverage industry.
Vietnam has released a draft circular which indicate plans to mandate original certificates of quality for all future auto imports. Understand what this would mean for SMEs and MNCs alike and understand your exposure to these changes.
Dustin Daugherty, Associate of Dezan Shira & Associates in Ho Chi Minh City, outlines the advantages of manufacturing in Vietnam and explains why the country is becoming a popular processing hub in Asia
e-Commerce in Asia, the latest publication from Dezan Shira & Associates, is out now and available for complimentary download through the Asia Briefing Publication Store. In this report, we discuss how to grab a foothold in China, Vietnam, and India’s dynamic e-commerce markets.
Vietnam has a emerged as a choice destination for its low costs, receptive governance, and increasing integration with key trading partners. Conjoined, these factors position the communist nation as an ideal location for China-plus one manufacturing.
On May 6, LG Display Group, a subsidiary of South Korea’s LG Electronics, pledged $1.5 billion USD to establish a screen factory in Hai Phong. Read more for a look into electronics production in Vietnam and how to make the most of potential investments.