Over the past 11 months, more than 922 contributions & # 39; & # 39 capital; Chinese enterprises in Vietnam b & # 39; & # 39 capital, more than 500 million USD. On average, each month, Chinese investors deal with & # 39; successful over 80 projects, which contribute to the Vietnam capital.
China is increasing its business with Vietnam.
Investors from mainland China have the second largest share of capital contribution in Vietnam after businesses and Korean investors. The Chinese investors and pass & # 39; away from a number of & # 39; contributing capital projects, buying shares & # 39; Japanese investors, Singapore in agreement in Vietnam.
In addition to mainland Chinese investors, the indirect capital & # 39; Hong Kong and Taiwanese investors also focus on buying and selling & # 39; share & # 39; Vietnamese companies.
Investors in & # 39; Hong Kong more than 105 projects, more than 220 million dollars; The Taiwanese investors have more than 460 projects, b & # 39; & # 39 capital, more than 365 million.
Notably, the projects & # 39; China's direct investment in Vietnam are even lower than the projects & # 39; acquisition of the traders country.
Over the past 11 months, Chinese investors have registered over 335 project & # 39; FDI in Vietnam b & # 39; & # 39 capital; more than $ 890 million. As the number of & # 39; projects, it is clear that projects & # 39; direct investment of China are less than one third of the total number of & # 39; projects in which Vietnamese investors to invest in Vietnam.
According to figures provided by the Ministry of Planning and Investment, in the last 11 months, the Japan and Korea t & # 39; South were the two largest investors in Vietnam, with $ 8 billion and $ 6.8 billion respectively. more than $ 4 billion.
Most of the projects of the three largest investors poured into new projects or capital increase. Specifically, Japanese investors have put more than $ 6 billion in new projects, $ 1.4 billion in projects & # 39; additional capital, and little more than $ 530 million in & # 39; equity in Vietnam.
The Korean investors & # 39; South put more than USD 3.4 billion in new projects in Vietnam, more than USD 2 billion to finance the project and $ 1.3 billion to buy back shares in Vietnam. .
The Singaporean investors spent more than $ 1 billion on new projects in Vietnam, $ 1.8 billion on projects & # 39; capital increase, and $ 1.2 billion shares.
On average, Japan has $ 15.5 million in & # 39; projects / new projects, $ 3 million in Korea t & # 39; South and $ 5.5 million in & # 39; Singapore The country is just over $ 2.6 million / project.
In its report & # 39; 30 years of the attraction & # 39; foreign direct investment (IED) in Vietnam, MPI warns that Chinese investment in Vietnam is currently concentrated in small capitalized projects. inferior technology and especially environmental risk.