In the final installment of our series on the important role FDI will play in Vietnam’s economic development post-pandemic, Chief Economist Michael Kokalari describes how MNCs who invest in the country will help improve the operations of Vietnamese companies as well as the expected “spillover” benefits they will bring. Don Lam also discusses these and other related issues in the accompanying video.
In the second part of our series on FDI, Chief Economist Michael Kokalari explains what foreign companies look at when considering where to build factories and suggests a number of actions Vietnam can take to attract greater investment.
More foreign direct investment (FDI) is expected to flow into Vietnam in the aftermath of COVID-19. In the video to the right, Don Lam, VinaCapital’s CEO, speaks about why this wave will have a greater impact on Vietnam’s growth than previous investments in the first video about this important topic. Click the title for a more detailed explanation.
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With the world’s central banks now printing an enormous pool of new money, Vietnam stands to attract significant foreign indirect investment (FII) inflows. We suggest several short and long-term solutions to help Vietnam to maximize this opportunity. Andy Ho, VinaCapital’s CIO, speaks more about this topic in the video at right.