Viet Nam, the nominally communist Southeast Asian country, has shown tremendous growth in recent years in regards to Infrastructure Development. Registered foreign direct investment increased 44% year-on-year through Dec. 20 to $29.68 billion, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
The Hanoi People's Committee has developed a Master Transport Plan for 2030, with a vision to 2050. The plan needs total capital of up to VND1,235,380 billion (nearly $55.4 billion). The capital is expected to come from the state budget, ODA loans, and from private investors through transport projects in the forms of BT (build-transfer), BOT (build-operate-transfer), PPP (public private partnership), and BOO (build-own-operate).
A recent report showed, there were 70 BOT projects formulated under the management of the Ministry of Transportation (MOT) in the road, highway, airport, canal and railway sectors. The up-coming project pipeline amounts to US$176 billion, with rail projects dominating the portfolio, followed by the power sector and the process industries.
2nd Annual Transport Infrastructure – Vietnam 2018 shall focus on the current and proposed developments happening in the region and cater to the policy and regulatory affairs, funding requirements and technological advancements in the sector. It would provide a glimpse into the industry from global and local perspective and would be a platform to be used for networking and knowledge sharing perspective and broaden your reach in the industry.
Highlights of the Conference
Vietnam's Sustainable Development Goals towards Sustainable Development 2030
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) – Prospects in current premises
The city’s domestic waterways master plan – emerging trend of transportation
EPC opportunities in Transport Infrastructure sector in Vietnam
An overview of “Phnom-Penh- Ho Chi Minh City Expressway Plan”