A photo of an AirPods Pro case printed with “Assembled in Vietnam”. — Photo courtesy Twitter @alixrezax With an increasingly open business environment, and continuing international integration, Viet Nam has long been regarded as a promising destination for foreign investment. Its recent success in containing and combatting the coronavirus pandemic, with just 355 cases and no deaths reported as of June 30, could enhance its reputation even further. In our recent survey of over 200 readers, an incredible 87.2 per cent of respondents said they agreed or strongly agreed with the statement ‘Viet Nam is a more promising investment destination’. Many will be waiting for the resumption of flights for the tourism sector to recover, however, this suggests investors will be making their own plans to touch down in Viet Nam. Giles Cooper, Co-Director of Duane Morris Vietnam, agreed with the sentiment, saying: “Viet Nam can be rightfully proud of its handling of the COVID crisis. Its response proves the ability to engage all of Government in a coordinated effort in pursuit of a common goal.” Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, Viet Nam was already seeing an influx of foreign businesses, most looking to move manufacturing away from China… Read full this story
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