Vietnam's businesses are likely to invest cautiously in 2013.

By bne IntelliNews February 21, 2013
Vietnam's investors are expected to invest cautiously this year, regardless of the low economic growth. As reported by Businesstimes.com.vn, Huynh Hieu Dung, the director of Ky Lan Co Ltd, stated that the market is projected to improve this year, due to the methods implemented by the government. The businesses are likely to grow in the midst of difficulties, only if there is an appropriate business plan.

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