Vietnam achieved over USD15 billion of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the first 6 months of 2020.
Month: July 2020
Spire’s webinar on Vietnam looked at the country’s economic landscape and discussed the strategies used by foreign investors in Vietnam market entry.
Live Webinar 28 July@2.30pm SST: Why should foreign businesses and investors consider Vietnam in the post-Covid era?
Spire’s CEO, Leon Perera, will chair a team of panellists to discuss how best to sell and invest in Vietnam.
Vietnam is one of today’s most sought-after destinations for companies looking to move production to Southeast Asia. The country achieved this by integrating into the global economy and by liberalizing its domestic business and investment policies.
Growing at an annual rate of 20% to 30%, Vietnam’s automotive sector is the fourth largest contributor to the country’s GDP.
An estimated 50 million internet users in Vietnam spent roughly USD6 billion on online purchases in 2018.
Spire Research and Consulting will share its views and findings on the high-opportunity sectors in the Vietnam market and how foreign companies can tap into them.
The war on plastic has seen the launch of a new online service that will deliver products ranging from soft drinks to washing powder and shampoo in refillable containers, such as durable metal, glass or plastic containers that can be returned and reused.
Travel bans created a 33% decline in demand for oil, while the ill-timed price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia led to excess supply of discounted oil. With the world’s oil storage capacity almost full, oil prices are at its lowest point since the 1990s.