After several years characterised by weak credit growth, external rebalancing, and government
restructuring efforts, Vietnam's economy is in much healthier shape. The restoration of macroeconomic stability and signs of government-led reform are positives, and we are particularly bullish on the investment prospects for certain sectors. While not completely out of the woods, the stage is being set for Vietnam to outshine its South East Asian peers over the long term.
Business Monitor International (BMI) has just published a Special Report examining the potential for Vietnam, once Asia's investment darling, to make an economic comeback over the coming years.
The report draws on the experience of BMI's full suite of country risk and industry analysts in London and Singapore to provide our clients with an investment roadmap for Vietnam in the coming years.
Key Topics Analysed Include:
- The 10-year economic roadmap which explains why Vietnam can outperform
- The prospects for economic activity in 2014
- The positive signals on economic reform and restructuring
- The increasingly bright outlook for construction
- The effect of strong domestic demand and deregulation on the power sector
- The long-term potential of agribusiness
The report demonstrates BMI’s ability to look beyond near-term trends and utilise our breadth and depth of knowledge to provide a detailed analysis of industry and macroeconomic trends on a global scale, helping you assess the role they could play in your company’s growth strategy for 2014 and beyond.