Tips For Investors: Is It Worth Investing In Vietnam?
As reported by Market Leader (US)
As investors keep withdrawing their capital from Greece, Italy, Spain
and other eurozone economies, a natural question arises: Where to invest the money?
There must be some countries around the world where a favorable investment environment is being formed, thus leading to an unexpected and powerful economic breakthrough like in Japan (1960s-1970s), China (1980s), or in Brazil, Turkey and Indonesia (1990s). One of such countries is Vietnam .
80% of Vietnam ’s territory is occupied by mountains. This is an agricultural country, with urban citizens constituting 30% of the country’s population. This is a big but relatively poor state. The GDP per capita is as low as $3100, which makes Vietnam occupy the 166th place in the global rating. Read more...