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“FDI trend in Vietnam”
Newly-registered foreign direct investment (FDI) capital in Vietnam has improved since the global financial crisis, racking up nearly $12 billion in 2015 (The World Bank, 2017) and the first half of 2016 alone (Van, 2016).
As one of the driving forces of the economy (Vuong, Tran and Nguyen, 2009), this displays the reforming status of Vietnam.
Specifically, the value of M&A accounts for approximately half the FDI inflows, making it the most crucial component of the capital (Gaskill and Nguyen, 2015; Vuong, Tran and Nguyen, 2009).
Recording over 500 successful deals in 2016, the total M&A deal value reached nearly $6 billion, increasing by 23.8% on-year and more than 10 times since 2006 (MAF, 2016)