By April 20, the total newly registered capital, adjusted capital and capital contributions and share purchases of foreign investors reached nearly US$8.88 billion, as much as 82.1 percent over the same period last year.
All problems can be solved with trust, sharing, listening, understanding, companionship, stated PM Pham Minh Chinh on April 22 while a meeting with foreign investors to listen to their opinions, seek measures to remove difficulties facing them.
In addition to the acceleration of key road construction projects linking the Southern Province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau and others in the region, the province's industry is expected to produce more good results in the coming time.
Up to 85 percent of enterprises in the processing-manufacturing and construction sectors expected better and stable business situations in the third quarter of this year, while only 15 percent predicted that the situation may be tougher, according to a survey conducted by the General Statistics Office (GSO).
The total registered foreign investment capital in Vietnam by March 20, 2022, reached US$8.91 billion, down 12.1 percent over the same period last year. However, realized FDI capital reached the highest level compared to that in the first quarter of the years from 2018 to 2022.
The total foreign investment capital in Vietnam in the first three months of this year was US$10.13 billion. According to many foreign enterprises, Vietnam is still the country with the safest and most attractive investment environment in Asia in the coming years. Meanwhile, many domestic enterprises complained that “there were still many thumbtacks under the red carpet".
The trade balance of goods in July is estimated to have a trade surplus of US$1 billion. In the first seven months of this year, the trade balance saw a trade surplus of $6.5 billion, of which, the domestic economic sector had a trade deficit of $11.1 billion, and the foreign-invested sector, including crude oil, recorded a trade surplus of $17.6 billion.