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Top 11 Reason Why to Invest in Vietnam

Vietnam is the third largest market in Southeast Asia and one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. Low costs and regulations that encourage foreign investment are only some of the key elements that attract foreign entrepreneurs

#1 Strategic location

Located in the center of ASEAN, Vietnam has a strategic location. It is close to other major markets in Asia, the most notable neighbor of them being China.

Its long coastline, direct access to the South China Sea and proximity to the world's main shipping routes give perfect conditions for trading.

Two major cities in Vietnam are Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi, the capital, is located in the north and has extremely convenient trading opportunities. Ho Chi Minh City, the largest by population, is situated in the south and is the industrial mecca of Vietnam.

#2 Doing business is getting easier every year

Vietnam has made numerous amendments to their regulations to make investing in Vietnam more transparent.

In terms of ease of doing business, Vietnam ranked 82 out of 190 countries in 2016. Compared to the previous year, the ranking improved by 9 positions.

This rise was the result of improvements in some processes of doing business. For example, the government made the procedures of getting electricity and paying taxes easier, according to the World Bank report.

Based on their economic models, Trading Economics predicts Vietnam to rank 60 by 2020. Hence, the future prospects of ease of doing business in Vietnam are very promising.

#3 Trade agreements

Another indication of openness to the global economy are the numerous trade agreements Vietnam has signed to make the market more liberal.

Some of the memberships and agreements:

All these treaties show that Vietnam is eager to promote the country’s economic growth and will continue its commitment towards trading with other countries.

#4 Stable GDP growth

Over the last few decades, Vietnam’s economic growth has been one of the fastest in the world. This rapid development started due to economic reforms launched in 1986 and the rise has been continuous ever since.

According to the World Bank, the GDP rate in Vietnam has experienced a stable growth, averaging 6.46 % a year since 2000.

#5 Openness to foreign investment

Geographical advantages and growing economy are not the only attractive features for investors. Vietnam has always been welcoming to foreign direct investment (FDI) and encourages it by constantly renewing regulations and providing FDI incentives.

The government of Vietnam offers several incentives to foreign investors who invest in certain geographical areas or sectors of special interest. For example, in high-tech or healthcare businesses. These tax benefits include:

In July 2015, Vietnam also implemented Decree 60/2015 which allows foreign investors to invest in more areas than before.

Vietnam recorded $24.4 billion as foreign direct investment in 2016, according to the government. Giants like Samsung, Nestle, and LG are among the largest investors contributing to this number.

#6 Vietnam is the next China?

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Source: Economist.com

According to the World Bank, the economic growth of Vietnam has raised the country from one of the world’s poorest into a lower middle-income country over the past three decades. If the economic rise of nearly 7% a year will continue, Vietnam's economic development could be compared to what Chinese economy experienced a decade ago, as predicted by economic analysts.

Rising labor costs in China increase the prices of products as well, giving Vietnam a good opportunity to become the next hub for producing labor-intensive goods. Industries that used to flourish in China are now moving to Vietnam.

For example, Vietnam is becoming the hotspot of manufacturing instead of China. In addition to top manufacturing sectors such as textile and clothing, Vietnam’s manufacturing is also taking a more high-tech direction.

#7 Growing population

With over 95 million residents, Vietnam ranks as the 14th largest population in the world. By 2030, the population will grow to 105 million, as forecasted by Worldometers.

Together with a growing population, the middle class of Vietnam is increasing faster than of any other Southeast Asian nation.

Steadily increasing economy means bigger income which, in turn, will result in growing middle class. A market research firm Nielsen estimates the middle class in Vietnam to grow to 44 million residents by 2020 and to 95 million by 2030. This will support consumerism making Vietnam a profitable target for foreign investors.

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Source:vietnam-grocery-report-2013-english-nielsen

#8 Young demographics

Unlike in China where the population is ageing rapidly, the demographics of Vietnam is young.

According to Worldometers, the median age in Vietnam is 30.8 years in contrast to 37.3 years in China. Nielsen has also estimated that 60% of Vietnamese are under the age of 35.

The workforce is young and large and shows no sign of decrease. In addition, the country also invests more money in education than other developing countries. Thus, besides being vigorous, the labor force in Vietnam is skilled as well.

#9 Relatively low setup costs

In contrast to many other countries, there are no minimum capital requirements for most business lines in Vietnam. In fact, setting a high capital for registering a company in Vietnam is one of the 7 common mistakes foreign investors

You can start a business in Vietnam without having a great amount of charter capital in your back pocket. Just make sure you have enough funds to cover the planned expenses of your company set up and you are good to go.

Also, note that the amount of capital you stated must be fully paid in within 90 days of the date of your company registration.

#10 Competitive labor costs

Despite the yearly increase of minimum wage, Vietnam is still a country with low labor costs. Wages in Vietnam remain less than half of what the wages are in China.

The rise of wages in China has forced manufacturers to look for a market with lower labor costs. Vietnam with its low minimum wage and growing economy is a great low-cost alternative to China.

#11 Vietnam is much bigger than people realize

There are more people living in Vietnam than in most of the large countries in Europe. Vietnam’s population has already surpassed the following European countries:

Country

Population

Vietnam

95,311,829

Germany

80,636,124

U.K

65,511,098

France

64,938,716

Italy

59,797,978

Growing solvent population together with a booming economy hide bigger investment opportunities in Vietnam than most people would realize at first.

Conclusion

These were the 11 main reasons to invest in Vietnam. Naturally, there can also be risks, as there will be when investing in any other country. However, these risks can be minimized with a well-elaborated plan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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