USVNBP CAN ALSO BE SEEN AS A COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE CORPORATION TO ADDRESS USA and VIETNAM BILATERAL TRANSACTIONS IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT.
US-VIETNAM BUSINESS PARTNERS (USVNBP) IS A INITATIVE OF EXSERO, WITHIN THE STRATEGIC POTENTIAL OF VIETNAM IN THE INDO-PACIFIC REALITIES OF 2020. IT IS AN ALLIANCE WITH OTHERS IN THE SECOND DECADE OF THE 21ST CENTURY, WITHIN VIETNAM'S PUSH TO INDUSTRIALIZATION TO 2020/2030, AND AMERICA'S MANUFACTURING REALIGNMENT.
USVNBP IS FOCUSED ON BILATERAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT ACROSS INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE SERVICES AND OUTREACH, WITHIN INDUSTRIAL AND SERVICE SECTORS IN VIETNAM AND THE U.S.A. IT CAN BE SUMMARIZED AS MUTUAL INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE, MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS, AND BUSINESS BROKERAGE.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (ITC) AND SUPPORTING INDUSTIRES BUSINESS BROKERAGE OPERATIONS: THIS PART OF THE US-VIETNAM BUSINESS PARTNEERS INITAITVE MEANS ACTIONS SERVICES AND SUPPORT, MERGER AND ACQUISITIONS, INVESTMENT, SALES AND MARKETING, PLANNING AND TRAINING, MARKET SURVEYS AND DELEGATIONS.
FURNISHING, SUPPORT AND AGRICULUTRAL/FOOD INDUSTRIES OPERATIONS: THIS PART OF THE US-VIETNAM BUSINESS PARTNERS INITIATIVE FOLLOWS VIETNAM'S RECENT MOVE TO PROVIDE THEIR SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES WITH SPECIAL TREATMENT AND SUPPORT. THIS MEANS THE MECHANICS, APPAREL, FOOTWEAR, ELECTRONICS and INFORMATICS, and AUTO ASSEMBLING INDUSTRIES.
FURTHER, SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES MEANS THE MANUFACTURE OF MATERIALS, PARTS, COMPONENTS and SEMI-FINISHED PRODUCTS TO SUPPLY US ASSEMBLY FACTORIES and INDUSTRIES MAKING FINISHED AND/OR CONSUMER PRODUCTS, BOTH IN THE U.S. and VIETNAM. THIS NEW VIETNAM TRADE AND INVESTMENT POLICY MOVE HAS A DIRECT TIE IN WITH U.S. EXPORT PROMOTION INITIATIVES.
VIETMAN HAS A SUPPORTING INDUSTRY PROGRAM IN PLACE TO MEET 65 PERCENT OF ITS DOMESTIC PRODUCTION DEMAND BY 2025: A U.S. EXPORT OPPORTUNITY!
THIS NEW SUPPORT INDUSTRIES ACTION IS BACKED BY BOTH THE VIETNAM MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY and TRADE (MOIT), VIETNAM TRADE PROMOTION AGENCY (VIETRADE) and THE VIETNAM MINISTRY OF PLANNING and INVESTMENT (MPI), FOREIGN INVESTMENT AGENCY (FIA). EXSERO HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH THESE VIETNAM MINISTRIES FOR MANY YEARS.
JEFF DILLEY OF EXSERO HAS PRESENTED MANY TIMES ON MUTUALU,S. BILATERAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND PROMOTION IN VIETNAM AT THE INVITATION OF THESE VIETNAM MINISTRIES AND U.S. ASSOCIATIONS/TRADE ORGANIZATIONS..
EXSERO CAN WORK WITH OTHERS WITHIN A VIETNAM-USA BUSINESS ASSOCIATION FRAMEWORK TO MERGE U.S. BUSINESS AND VIETNAM BUSINESS PARTNERS IN MUTUAL SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES AND OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND DECADE OF THE 21ST CENTURY, AS THE U.S RE-INDUSTRIALIZES AND VIETNAM INDUSTRIALIZES.
THE U.S. AND VIETNAM ARE TAKING THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO "A NEW LEVEL" IN 2020, WITH VIETNAM AS A NEW PARTNER IN THE INDO-PACIFIC. SO JOIN WITH US NOW IN THIS MUTUAL BILATERAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
In the last 25 years Vietnam has switched from being an agricultural economy to one of the brightest manufacturing hotspots in South East Asia, according to a report from Jones Lang LaSalle. “Vietnam is establishing itself as the industrial powerhouse of Southeast Asia,” Stephen Wyatt, Vietnam country head of the US property services company, said. “We expect the industrial market will enter a new phase and move up the value chain in the future, moving away from labour intensive to capital intensive.”
In 1986 there was 335 hectares of land dedicated to industrial parks, and now the figure is 80,000ha.
The report said: “This phenomenal growth can be attributed to Việt Nam establishing itself as an export-driven economy, dedicated industrial and economic zones, numerous free trade agreements, strong economic growth and a young, plentiful, low-cost workforce.”
China continues its move away from labour-intensive industries and up the value chain which has led to companies relocating to other Southeast Asian countries. Due to its close proximity and geographical location, Việt Nam is one of the largest beneficiaries of this migration.
The country is strategically located between China and Singapore with 3,260km of coastline, providing excellent access to the East Sea, one of the world’s major shipping routes. Roughly, 40 per cent of cargo transported from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific crosses the East Sea before arriving in China, Japan, South Korea and the US. Many commentators predict the logistics market to be the standout performer over the next five to 10 years.
The rapid growth of the middle-income population creating more disposable income and a growing obsession with e-commerce will put significant demand on logistics facilities. According to the Asian Development Bank, Việt Nam spends 5.8 per cent of its GDP on infrastructure, the highest in the region.
In order for Việt Nam to enter the next phase of the industrial/logistics cycle and become more competitive than other countries in the neighbourhood, it is critically important that significant expenditure continues on infrastructure, including highway networks, deep-sea ports and upgrade of utilities, including renewable energy.
One of the challenges for Việt Nam over the next few years will be the ability to adapt and embrace the inevitable disruption and changes brought about by technology and automation, now commonly known as industry 4.0.
All these initiatives have led to significant investment by large foreign companies.
The best case study is Samsung, which has reportedly invested over US$17 billion in Việt Nam. This has provided confidence to many other foreign companies from around the globe to set up operations in the country.
The industrial property market in the country, including industrial land, ready-built factories, warehouses and logistics properties, is in a nascent stage of development. The market is concentrated in three key zones: the Northern, Central and Southern Key Economic Zones.
The southern region was the first hub and home to conventional sectors while the north has attracted more advanced high-tech industries and is strategically located close to China. The central region is a relative newcomer.
Greg Ohan, deputy CEO of BW Industrial, Việt Nam’s largest ‘for-rent’ industrial developer, said from a real-estate developer’s perspective his company’s focus is on supporting the country’s industrial upgrade. “We will be a key force in the nation’s industrial and logistics real estate sector driving the development and upgrade of other sectors such as manufacturing and e-commerce.” — VNS