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FDI inflows near US$11 bln in four months

VGP - As of April 20, total foreign direct investment inflows totalled more than US$10.8 billion, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.

April 28, 2022 7:36 PM GMT+7

Among the above figure, newly-registered capital saw a year-on-year decrease of 56.3 percent while the volume of capital added to projects currently underway and share purchase by foreign investors grew by 92.5 percent and 74.5 percent, respectively. 

Foreign investors pledged to pour nearly US$6.2 billion in manufacturing sector, followed by real estate with US$2.8 billion.

The southern province of Binh Duong took the lead in attracting foreign investment with nearly US$2.35 billion, accounting for 21.7 percent , followed by the northern province of Bac Ninh (US$1.57 billion) and Ho Chi Minh City (US$1.28 billion).

During the reviewed period, Singapore was the largest investor in Viet Nam with more than US$3.1 billion, making up 28.8 percent of the total capital inflows. 

It was followed by the Republic of Korea and Denmark with US$1.82 billion and US$1.32 billion, respectively. 

The total realized foreign direct investment capital was estimated at US$5.92 billion, up 7.6 percent on year./.