Interesting article published in the South China Morning Post on 13 July 2017. One in five American businesses in Shanghai indicated in a survey that they are redirecting investments planned for China to other destinations, such as Southeast Asia, amid higher costs, fiercer domestic competition and a shortage of skilled workers. 

Prominent guests, representatives of important organizations and numerous German entrepreneurs were present to discuss business opportunities in Asia-Pacific at the Asien-Pazifik-Forum Bayern.

Did you know that the USA is among Vietnam’s largest trading partners and investors? Bilateral trade increased from US$ 1 billion 17 years ago to more than $46 billion last year. The US ranks 9th among 119 countries and territories investing in Vietnam, with investments of around $12 billion, but the amount is modest compared to the potential.

Recently a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed between Daiwa House Vietnam, a Japanese real estate company, and DEEP C on a cooperation in finding prospective investors for the DEEP C industrial zones.

Flat (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. is one of the biggest solar glass manufacturers in the world, with well-known clients such as Solar Frontier (Japan), Sunpower (US), REC (EU), Hanwha Q-Cells (Korea), Trina Solar (China), etc. Having investigated the investment environment in Vietnam and in Haiphong city particularly, Flat has decided to establish their Flat Vietnam Solar Glass Plant in Dinh Vu – DEEP C Industrial Zones.