At the centre of Indochina region with long coastline, bridging China and ASEAN countries, Vietnam has a strategic geographic location in Asia. Particularly, over the last decade, Asia emerges as a dynamic and fast growing region with increased integration. Vietnam enjoys natural opportunities to develop tourism, agriculture and aquaculture, sea trade and regional cooperation.

Furthermore, with rich natural resources such as land, water and significant mineral reserves of coal, bauxite, phosphates, offshore oil & gas, hydropower, Vietnam has energy independence and potentials for developing agricultural and industrial production.