Not only that, hundreds of investors flock to Vietnam to seek opportunities. This brings a greater confidence in the economic resilience but also puts us under pressure for stronger reform.
Difficult ahead, do not obstruct foresight
Recently, Kyocera MiTa Group (Japan) – one of the 10 largest corporations in the world on office equipment and machines with annual turnover of 12 billion USD – has officially entered the Vietnamese market through the selection. HSTC Group of Vietnam is an official partner.
Accordingly, through HSTC. Kyocera will start selling its office products and solutions to businesses (businesses) in Vietnam market. Entering Vietnam after many big brands of the world such as Canon, Fuji or HP … also in the field of office equipment, falling right at the time of crisis, businesses tend to save and reduce costs. business but Kyocera does not see this as a disadvantage.
Therefore, Mr. Toshitaka Tanada – General Director of Asia – Pacific of Kyocera said that it is not that the corporation does not care but the difficulties of the market due to the impact of the crisis.
“But we believe that Vietnam is an emerging economy, having a recession but still ensuring positive growth and recovering rapidly. Business in Vietnam will soon be active again and Kyocera starts from the right time, “he said.
Meanwhile, during the height of the financial crisis, Hong Leong – Malaysia’s largest financial group – decided to apply for a 100% foreign-owned bank investment in Vietnam and officially launched in early October. past. Mr. Le Dinh Long – General Director of Hong Leong Bank Vietnam emphasized that, despite the economic difficulties, Hong Leong still sees the potential of Vietnam market.
The reason given for doing this is similar. “We think that a good bank must not only accompany customers in favorable market times, but also always accompany customers in difficult times” – Mr. Long confided.
Entering into the market in difficult times, when the situation returns, meaning investors have taken steps. very long. That is also what Mr. Long sees.
Perhaps it is because of that long-term view that Vietnam, even in the most difficult times of the economy, still welcomes new investors and many of them are multi-million dollar projects coming into practice. show now.
Many quick steps
Continuously from October 2009 to the end of the year, a series of foreign investment delegations have and will come to Vietnam to seek investment opportunities.
VinaCapital Group – the largest fund manager in the Vietnam market – decided to hold a 2009 investor conference with the topic of reviewing Vietnam’s development steps to discuss future investment orientations. hybrid. And one of the plans discussed at this conference is the plan to continue setting up new investment funds next year.
Vinacapital’s confidence stems from the positive signals of the economic recovery, the increase in indirect capital flows and new large projects that are still licensed to operate.