Known as an attractive manufacturing hub for labour-intensive and less capital-intensive industries, Vietnam provides trade and investment opportunities for Canadian companies in several sectors including aerospace, agriculture and agri-food, construction and infrastructure, and consumer goods. While lagging infrastructure, bureaucracy, corruption, the environment and the country’s dependence on state-owned Enterprises (SOEs) can pose challenges for foreign investors, stability, location, favourable demographics and a growing middle class are among the factors that continue to make Vietnam an attractive market.
Thinking about doing business in Vietnam? Here are the First 5 Calls any company should make before taking the leap
March 2, 2017
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