German companies increasingly recognise Vietnam as a location for investment in Southeast Asia, said Jan Noether, chief representative of the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Vietnam.
Noether expressed this view after a workshop on Vietnamese investment environment, held yesterday in Ha Noi.
The workshop, entitled “
During the workshop, participants shared information and experiences on the investment environment in
“To date, German companies have invested in 94 projects in
Potential investors were also informed of investment conditions in
Advantages and disadvantages of investing in
A young population and competitive productivity are among other advantages discussed.
Noether identified short-comings investors may face when choosing
Despite this, investors from Thuringen regard
Vice President welcomes
The Vice President was receiving a delegation from
Dr. Christoph Weber reported to the Vice President about his working session with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development on a project to grow oil-containing plant (Jatropha Curcas) on infertile land to produce biological diesel and petrol.
According to Christoph Weber, about 20 countries are planting Jatropha Curcas for bioenergy and the project is suitable for
Vice President Doan said she hoped that the project would help Vietnam minimize its dependence on the world’s petroleum resources, and help farmers, particularly those living in areas with infertile land, reduce poverty.