Vietnam prime minister vows to improve direct investment climate
Viet Nam News/Asia News Network
March 30, 2013, 12:17 am TWN
HANOI -- Vietnam will further concerted efforts to attract and effectively use foreign direct investment (FDI), pledged Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung at a national conference held Wednesday in Hanoi.
Reviewing the nation's 25 years of absorbing FDI, the government leader said, "Attracting foreign investment is the right policy as it has contributed greatly to realising many important socio-economic development goals in the country."
The foreign invested sector has made positive contributions to Vietnam's economic growth over the past 25 years, he noted.
More efforts will focus on improving the investment climate, perfecting market mechanisms, accelerating administrative reforms and human resource training, he stressed.