Bài tập về nhà - Lớp English in Company 2 - Lesson 5
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Foreign investors sniff postal sector
Foreign companies are lining up as Viet Nam opens its post and
telecommunications industry, which is expected to be one of the most lucrative
sectors in the country.
Last June, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung issued a new directive
easing the way for more foreign investment. The Ministry of Post and Telematics
is required to come up with a plan to open up the domestic post and
telecommunications market for foreign companies in line with Viet Nam’s World Trade Organisation
Under WTO rules, foreign companies that provide mobile and other
services without their own network infrastructure should be allowed to set up
joint ventures with domestic telecommunications suppliers. Foreign capital
investments in these projects have to be less than 51 per cent.
Foreigners wishing to supply services that require network
infrastructure facilities in Viet
Nam can set up a joint venture with their
capital contributions accounting for less than 49 per cent of the joint
Deputy Minister Nguyen Duc Lai said that the telecommunications
ministry is drafting a decree with specific regulations for foreign investors.
The new decree includes measures aimed at removing impediments to investment
activities in the posts and telecommunications field. The draft may be
submitted to the government by year’s end.
Tom Sipple, managing director of Yahoo! Southeast Asia, said that Viet Namnow has over 15 million people online, constituting 18 per cent of the
population. Forecasts show the number of users will double to 30 million by
2010 with a 35 per cent Internet user target. The growth rate means foreign companies can reach more customers
and domestic businesses, and Yahoo! does not want to miss that opportunity, said
Sipple. The company plans to launch more services in Viet Nam to capitalise on the