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News & Updates
- FDI inflow feared to dwindle in 2014
The inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI), having beaten all expectations last year, is feared to dwindle in 2014 as authorities tend to be more choosy while the business environment remains unfriendly to investors, experts said.
- 2013, the year of transfer pricing and the ‘Samsung phenomenon’
2013 is a year worth remembering with the discovery of a series of transfer pricing cases in which foreign invested enterprises evaded the tax worth trillions of dong, and the presence of the big guy – Samsung, with the committed investment capital of $4 billion.
- FDI inflows set to increase in 2014
The recovery of foreign direct investment will continue playing a critical role in bolstering Vietnam’s economic growth in 2014. According to the Foreign Investment Agency (FIA), the total new foreign direct investment (FDI) commitment to Vietnam reached $21.6 billion in 2013, up 54.5 per cent year-on-year.