Vietnam’s Key Economic Priorities and Foreign Investment Policy

Jul 25-26, 2019 | Ho Chi Minh City

The most recent issue of Global Infrastructure Outlook highlights Vietnam comitting to its infrastructure investment objectives, with the country projected to meet 83% of its target by 2040. In order to get there, Vietnam will nevertheless need $605 billion more in investmentThe Vietnam government is set to meet its ambitious goal through liberalising various industries and embracing PPP. The government has been making efforts to introduce private-sector participation in the roads and rail sectors, and actively attracting foreign direct investment to develop its infrastructure needs.

Infrastructure Vietnam 2019 (IVN2019) aims to provide an interactive platform for potential investors and key players of the industry to gather in Vietnam and get updated on the new directions, investment policies and market potential of the construction and infrastructure sectors throughout the country.

Dezan Shira & Associates' Business Intelligence Manager, Maxfield Brown, will give the plenary address on the Vietnamese government's key economic priorities and the opportunities for foreign investors. His presentation will cover:

  • Overview of Vietnam’s investment environment;
  • Drivers of Demand for Infrastructure in Vietnam;
  • The interplay between infrastructure and investment;
  • Vietnam’s approach to infrastructure;
  • Distribution of Infrastructure projects planned in Vietnam.

If you are interested in attending Infrastructure Vietnam 2019, you can register here.


Event Info

Jul 25, 2019
Location & Time Jul 25-26, 2019 | Ho Chi Minh City
VENUES Rex Hotel Saigon