Vietnam 2012 FDI dips 4.9 pct y/y to $10.46 bln-govt
HANOI Dec 25 (Reuters) - Foreign direct investment inflow into Vietnam in 2012 is estimated to have dipped 4.9 percent to $10.46 billion from a year earlier, the government said.
New foreign investment pledges, plus the funds added to existing projects, between January and December fell 22.4 percent to a combined $12.72 billion, the government said in a statement issued late on Monday.
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