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Hundreds of billions of dollars in foreign direct investment have become the driving force for Vietnam’s growth over the years, but have also made the domestic economy increasingly dependent on external forces.
From 2 million USD, Vietnam has attracted 524 billion USD of registered FDI capital after 35 years. By the end of 2022, more than 36.000 projects are operating with a total capital of 441 billion USD, 57% disbursed.
Three waves of foreign investment in Vietnam after 35 years