Doing Business in Vietnam


Ease of Doing Business in Vietnam

Ranked 99 out of 189 economies in World Bank’s Doing Business Report.

Factors that make Vietnam attractive for investors:

  • Low labour costs
  • Growing consumer market
  • Gradual move from centralised to market-oriented company
  • Introduction and amendments of legislation by the government to make foreign direct investment (FDI) more appealing

Most attractive for:

  • Export manufacturing
  • Consumer products
  • Franchising
  • Financial services

Trading Across Borders – Import / Export

According to data collected by Doing Business, exporting a standard container of goods requires 5 documents, takes 21 days and costs USD$610. Importing the same container of goods requires 8 documents, takes 21 days and costs USD$600.

Vietnam – An Ideal Investment Location

With rising demands and shifting economic landscapes, experts forecasts Vietnam as an ideal investment location. The show will be the ideal convention in showcasing franchising models and business prospects.  IFBO Vietnam 2014 keeps you informed and updated.

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