Vietnam Transport

Occupying a unique position along the Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Thailand and Gulf of Tonkin, along with shared land borders with China, Laos and Cambodia, Vietnam is well-positioned to become a dominant regional transportation centre. Rapid trade, economic and population growth have made transportation upgrades a critical priority for Vietnam. Although many major planned projects face a funding gap which could hamper their timely implementation, recent reforms to the national public-private partnership framework have left the sector well-positioned to capture a larger share of private investment in the coming years. This will be especially critical for major planned highway and aviation projects, where rapid passenger growth has strained existing facilities, lending a sense of urgency to near-term development plans.

This chapter contains interviews with Truong Quang Nghia, Minister of Transport; and Wong Heang Fine, Group CEO, Surbana Jurong.

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Interviews & Viewpoints

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Wong Heang Fine, Group CEO, Surbana Jurong: Interview