Ministry of Planning and Investment (Vietnam)

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Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Ministry of
Planning and Investment
Bộ Kế hoạch và Đầu tư
Ministry overview
Formed 1995
Jurisdiction Government of Vietnam
Headquarters Ha Noi
Minister responsible

The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI, Vietnamese: Bộ Kế hoạch và Đầu tư), formerly the State Planning Commission, is a governmental ministry charged with the role of state management over planning and investment. The ministry's headquarters is located in Hanoi.[1]

The agency provides, among others, strategic advice for country-level socio-economic development. It also programs and plans economic management mechanisms and policies for the national economy, for specific sectors as well as for domestic and foreign investments.

Foreign investment in Vietnam is governed under the Law on Foreign Investment and its related regulations, decrees and circulars. The four main types of foreign investments in Vietnam are:

Joint Ventures
Business Cooperation (Contracts)
100-Percent Foreign-Owned Enterprises
Build-Operate-Transfer enterprises

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