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Date 08/08/2016-16:33:00 PM
Brief on foreign direct investment of the first 7 months 2016

1. Performance

Realized capital

As of July 20th 2016, FDI projects were estimated to disburse US$ 8.55 billion, up 15.5% as compared to the same period last year.

Export and import

Export of FDI sector (including crude oil) in the first 7 months 2016 was US$ 68.902 billion, up 6.5% as compared to the same period 2015 and making for 71.1% of total export turnover. Export (excluding crude oil) in the first 7 months 2016 was US$ 67.544 billion, up 8.5% as compared to the same period last year and accounting for 69.7% of total export turnover.

Import of FDI sector in the first 7 months 2016 was US$ 55.397 billion, equaling 97.6% of the same period last year and capturing 58.2% of total import turnover. Generally, in the first 7 months 2016, trade surplus of FDI sector was US$ 13.505 billion (including crude oil) and US$ 12.147 billion (excluding crude oil).

2. Granting of investment certificates

According to data of the FIA, as of July 20th 2016, as much as 1,408 new projects were granted investment certificates with total registered capital of US$ 8.695 billion, up 25.5% as compared to the same period 2015 and 660 projects adjusted capital with total additionally registered capital of US$ 4.245 billion, up 125.7% as compared to the same period 2015.

Generally, in the first 7 months 2016, total newly and additionally registered capital was US$ 12.94 billion, up 46.9% as compared to the same period 2015.

By investment field

In the first 7 months 2016, as much as 19 fields were invested, in which processing and manufacturing attracted more attention with 598 newly registered projects and 485 projects adjusted capital with total newly and additionally of US$ 9.12 billion, making for 70.5% of total investment capital in the first 7 months. Real estate ranked second with 30 newly registered projects and total newly and additionally registered capital of US$ 956.7 million, capturing 7.3% of total investment capital. Professional and scientific – technical activities ranked third with total newly and additionally of US$ 595.8 million, accounting for 4.6% of total investment capital.

By investor

In the first 7 months 2016, there were 65 nations and territories investing in Vietnam. Korea ranked first with total newly and additionally registered capital of US$ 4.209 billion, making for 32.5% of total investment capital in Vietnam; Singapore ranked second with total newly and additionally registered capital of US$ 1.39 billion, capturing 10.7% of total investment capital; Japan ranked third with total newly and additionally registered capital of US$ 1.37 billion, accounting for 10.6% of total investment capital.

By investment area

In the first 7 months 2016, as much as 53 provinces and cities were invested, in which Hai Phong attracted more FDI capital with 28 newly registered projects and 21 projects adjusted capital with total newly and additionally registered capital of US$ 1.987 billion, making for 15.3% of total investment capital. Ha Noi ranked second with total newly and additionally registered capital of US$ 1.686 billion, capturing 13%. Followed by Dong Nai, Binh Duong with total newly and additionally registered capital of US$ 1.45 billion and 1.2 billion.

Some large projects granted investment certificates in the first 7 months:

- LG Display in Hai Phong granted investment certificate on April 15th2016 with total registered capital of US$ 1.5 billion was invested by LG Display Co., Ltd (Korea), producing and processing of plastic OLED display for mobile devices;

- Amata Long Thanh City was invested US$ 309.3 million by Thailand to build services urban according to the plan of Dong Nai;

- Samsung Center for Research and Development with total registered capital of US$ 300 million was invested by Samsung Electronics Vietnam Co., Ltd to research and deploy electrical, electronic products and high technical communication (CPC 851);

- Republic of Korea – Tra Vinh wind power plant was invested US$ 247.6 million for power production from wind energy to join national grid, contributing to providing power for the economy;

- Midtown with total registered capital of US$ 225.62 million was invested by Cayman Islands in real estate in Ho Chi Minh city;

- The Duong river waterwork was invested US$ 224.3 million by Singapore./.


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