$160 Billion in Infrastructure Needed in Vietnam

The European Chamber of Commerce says Vietnam needs to spend $160 billion on infrastructure over the next decade.  The list of improvements necessary to sustain the country’s economic growth includes traffic systems; bridges and highways; electric power; water supply; and waste treatment.

About half of the capital is expected to come from government sources and half from businesses. EuroCham says that’s a problem because foreign investors worry about administrative requirements and lack of transparency.

More on Vietnam’s infrastructure needs


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