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Wednesday, October 18 2017
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Date 07/07/2017-17:22:00 PM
Brief on foreign direct investment of the first half 2017

1. Performance

Realized capital

As of June 20th 2017, FDI projects were estimated to disburse US$ 7.72 billion, up 6.5% as compared to the same period 2016.

Export & import

Export of FDI sector (including crude oil) in the first half of 2017 was US$ 70.81 billion, up 21% as compared to the same period 2016 and making up 72.4% of total export turnover. Export excluding crude oil in the first half was US$ 69.25 billion, up 20.6% as compared to the same period 2016 and accounting for 70.83% of total export turnover.

Import of FDI sector in the first half of 2017 was US$ 60.59 billion, up 28.3% as compared to the same period 2016 and capturing 60.3% of total import turnover. Generally, in the first half of 2017, trade surplus of FDI sector was US$ 10.22 billion including crude oil and US$ 8.66 billion excluding crude oil.

2. Granting of investment certificate

As of June 20th 2017, there were 1,183 new projects granted investment certificate with total registered capital of US$ 11.83 billion, up 57.9% as compared to the same period 2016 and 549 projects adjusting their capital with total additionally registered capital of US$ 5.14 billion, up 35.8% as compared to the same period 2016 and 2,501 times of capital contribution and share purchase by foreign investors with total value of US$ 2.24 billion, up 97.6% as compared to the same period 2016.

Generally, in the first half of 2017, total newly, additionally registered capital and capital contributed and shares purchase was US$ 19.22 billion, up 54.8% as compared to the same period 2016.

By investment field

In the first half of 2017, as many as 18 fields were invested by foreign investors, of which processing and manufacturing industry attracted much attention with total registered capital of US$ 9.48 billion, making up 49.3% of total investment capital. Electric power generation and distribution ranked second with total registered capital of US$ 5.25 billion, accounting for 27.34%. Mining ranked third with total registered capital of US$ 1.28 billion, capturing 6.68%.

By investor

In the first half of 2017, as many as 94 nations and territories were invested in Vietnam. Japan ranked first with total registered capital of US$ 5.08 billion, making up 26.45% of total investment capital. Korea ranked second with total registered capital of US$ 4.95 billion, accounting for 25.79% of total investment capital. Singapore ranked third with US$ 3.48 billion, capturing 18.1%.

By investment area

In the first half of 2017, as many as 60 provinces and cities were invested, of which, Thanh Hoa attracted more with total registered capital of US$ 3.06 billion, making up 15.9% of total investment capital. Bac Ninh ranked second with total registered capital of US$ 2.85 billion, accounting for 14.83% of total investment capital. Nam Dinh ranked third with US$ 2.19 billion, capturing 11.4%.

3. Some large projects granted investment certificate in the first half of 2017

- Nghi Son 2 thermo-power plan project in Thanh Hoa was invested US$ 2.793 billion by Japan to build, operate and transfer a 1,200 MW coal plant;

- SamSung Display Viet Nam adjusted its capital up by US$ 2.5 billion in Bac Ninh province;

- Nam Dinh 1 thermo-power plant project was invested US$ 2.07 billion by Singapore to build, operate and transfer a 1,109.4 MW coal plant;

- Japanese investor in a joint venture with PVN and PV Gas invested US$ 1.27 billion in the Block B – O Mon pipeline in the Mekong Delta’s Kien Giang province, granted certificate on April 20th 2017;

- Taiwan Polytex Far Eastern (Viet Nam) Company in Binh Duong province with US$ 485.8 million of additionally registered capital./.


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