Source: aicep Portugal Global
Vietnam has long been considered a low-cost manufacturing base in Asian supply chains. However, in recent years the country has been receiving increasing attention amid the US-China trade war, as global businesses look to relocate production. Cheap labour costs, big investment incentives and strong trade relations are all part of the appeal that has made Vietnam a popular investment destination.
Drawing on data from our Business Environment Rankings and Risk Briefing services, this special report takes an in-depth look at Vietnam’s business environment, highlighting the key strengths and weaknesses of the country as a destination for foreign investment. To do this, the report draws comparisons with Vietnam’s regional competitors.