Welcome to our guide to doing business in Vietnam. In this publication, we wish to provide you an insight into the key aspects of undertaking business and investing in Vietnam and answer many of the questions foreign investors and entrepreneurs have when making their first venture into the Vietnam market.
As a member of the World Trading Organisation ('WTO'), Vietnam must continue to improve its business and investment environment and bolster its legal system to meet WTO's requirements. Vietnam has made significant efforts to ensure that foreign investors are not disadvantaged compared to their local counterparts.
When other markets were foundering during the economic downturn, Vietnam posted strong growth, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers recently listed Vietnam as the fastest-growing economy among emerging markets. More and more Vietnamese companies are looking to trade internationally, and investors and multinationals all over the world are looking to do business in Vietnam. Our 140-year history in this dynamic, fast-paced market means that we are uniquely positioned to help our customers unlock Vietnam's potential.
Developed in partnership with PriceWaterhouseCoopers, this book - Doing business in Vietnam - provides a thorough analysis of the opportunities and obstacles of establishing and running a business in this emerging tiger. As your trusted financial partner, HSBC in Vietnam is always looking for ways to assist your business to grow. We hope this guide will be useful for you in establishing a profitable venture in Vietnam.
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