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Local firms invest $263m abroad in H1

An advertising board of MetFone - a company invested by Viettel in Myanmar. Việt Nam’s businesses invested a total of US$ 二 六 三. 一 million in the first half of  二0 一 八. — Photo tinnhanhchungkhoan.vn

HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam’s businesses invested US$ 二 六 三. 一 million in total, including new projects and additional capital, in  二 七 countries and territories in the first half of this year, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).

During the period,  六 七 projects by Vietnamese enterprises were granted investment licences in foreign countries, with total investment of $ 二 二 二. 五 million while  一 六 existing projects received permission to increase capital of $ 四0. 六 million in total.

Finance and banking topped Việt Nam’s overseas investments, with the total new and additional capital reaching $ 一0 六. 二 million, accounting for  四0. 四 per cent of total investment capital abroad, reported vneconomy.vn.

The agricultural, forestry and seafood sector came second with $ 六 三. 七 九 million, accounting for  二 四. 二 per cent, followed by the processing and manufacturing industries with total investment of $ 四 八. 九 million, accounting for  一 八. 六 per cent.

Among countries receiving Việt Nam’s investment, Laos ranked first with  三 一. 九 per cent of total investment; Cambodia was second with  一 二. 三 per cent of the total.

Meanwhile, the GSO’s statistics showed that the total social investment capital in the first six months of this year was estimated at VNĐ 七 四 七. 六 trillion, a year-on-year increase of  一0. 一 per cent.

Of which, investment capital was VNĐ 二 四 九. 八 trillion from the State-owned sector, a year-on-year surge of  三. 三 per cent, accounting for  三 三. 四 per cent of the total capital. The investment from the private sector and foreign direct investment sector reached VNĐ 三0 八. 四 trillion and VNĐ 一 八 九. 四 trillion, respectively. — VNS

Local firms invest $263m abroad in H1