He said it is important to both attract investment and ensure revenues for the State budget, stressing that the goal in the time ahead is to promote FDI in an oriented and selective way.
Towards this goal, the Deputy PM said it is necessary to develop a mechanism to encourage FDI firms to increase their capital and reduce loans as well as build a national information data system to share information on registration, investment expansion, revenues, profits and production costs of FDI firms.
The building of a specialized system of tax inspection is also needed to handle price transfer more effectively, he added.
He suggested calling for investment according to sectors and fields and encouraging connectivity between domestic and foreign enterprises.
Deputy Minister of Finance Huynh Quang Hai reported that Vietnam is now home to 21,400 FDI firms, making up about 3% of the total businesses in the country.
In 2017, the FDI sector’s revenues increased by 28% compared to 2016.
The sector accounted for over 70% of the country’s export-import turnover and 15% of the State budget revenues.