Gareth Ward What is your impression of Vietnam and its growth momentum? Do British investors see the country as an attractive business destination and what changes are they looking for in Vietnam? I have been here for only two months, but already feel the dynamism of the economy. The UK is rated as the third-largest EU investor in Vietnam, but I believe that the real figures from UK companies are even higher, because many of them invest via their subsidiaries in Singapore or Hong Kong. More British investors are now looking at the Vietnamese market because of its growth potential, openness to global trade, and focus on improving the business environment. For new investors, the availability and consistency of information are always important. Therefore, British companies want more transparency and access to information about business opportunities, processes, and regulations. Vietnam is working on its strategy to keep pace with the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In what ways can the UK and Vietnam work together in this field? The UK has been responding to the digital era for at least a decade. This has transformed how we shop, entertain ourselves, make financial transactions, travel to work, and manage our health. This revolution… Read full this story
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