Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow You are in good hands We believe in service, and you know that We are here to serve you Satisfaction of customer is our motto

Vietnam good for long-term investment: American firms

Tin tức

Seventy eight percent of American companies in Vietnam say the country remains a “positive” or “very positive” long-term investment destination.

Seventy eight percent of American companies in Vietnam say the country remains a “positive” or “very positive” long-term investment destination.

A November 15-17 survey by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Vietnam also found 25 percent of the respondents saying they expect to recover to normal operations by the end of this year, while two-thirds anticipate recovery by the first half next year.

Amercian companies’ views on investment in VietnamVery positivePositveFairly positiveMixedNegative

The survey, which polled 550 corporate members and 2,000 individual representatives, found 45 percent of AmCham member companies operating at 60 percent or more and one-fifth are at 80 percent or more.

The key risks limiting companies’ operations now was international travel restrictions, according to 66 percent of the respondents, followed by supply chain disruptions/costs (56 percent) and domestic travel restrictions/complications (49 percent).

Many companies said they were facing labor shortages, mainly because they’d returned to their hometowns, according to 57 percent of respondents.

percentage of respondentsKey causes for labor shortages5757565645454242Workers returned to home provincesSchools are closed and parents arestrugglingComplicated procedures for foreign expertsWorkers hesitant to return0102030405060Workers hesitant to return● Percentage: 42

Fifty-six percent said another factor for the worker shortage was that schools were closed and parents were struggling with managing work and online learning.

In response, companies are offering flexible work schedules and providing assurances of vaccine access to attract more workers.

Almost all the respondents (92 percent) felt that the key element of a rebound roadmap for Vietnam was consistent policies throughout the country that would allow people to living safely with the Covid-19 virus.

Other factors are more vaccines/herd immunity (83 percent) and streamlined procedures for foreign expert approvals and travel (73 percent).

Chia sẻ


7 petrol stations have their import licenses revoked

Deprived of petroleum import and export licenses of 7 key enterprises from July, but in August, the Ministry of Industry and Trade announced the information.

5 potential groups of Vietnamese products for online export on Amazon

Household appliances, apparel, health care products, home repair tools, gadgets... from Vietnamese brands that are popular with international customers on Amazon.

Russia pledges to solve Ukraine grain export problem

Foreign Minister Lavrov pledged that Moscow would encapsulate the issue of Ukraine's grain exports and Russian agricultural products.

Tuna exports increased sharply

In the first 6 months of the year, tuna export turnover reached US$553 million, up 56% over the same period last year.

Steel Association proposes not to adjust import and export tax

Adjusting import and export tax on steel products as expected by the Ministry of Finance, according to VSA, will increase difficulties for domestic steel producers.

Trade with China through border gates plummeted

Vietnam's imports and exports with China through the northern border gates decreased by more than 64% over the same period last year, reaching $4.15 billion in the first four months of the year.