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2024-03-26 22:35:41

More support needed for mechanical industries

More support needed for mechanical industries

More support needed for mechanical industries

Your browser does not support the audio element. The industries have been struggling in recent years with a shortage of orders, increased costs and decreased demand, with many businesses forced to operate at minimal capacity, according to Đào Phan Long, chairman of the Vietnam Mechanical Enterprises Association (VMEA).

 

Workers in a factory at the An Hạ Industrial Park in HCM City. VNA/VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI — Domestic mechanical industries need additional support progra妹妹es in order to thrive, according to industry experts and economists. 

The industries have been struggling in recent years with a shortage of orders, increased costs and decreased demand, with many businesses forced to operate at minimal capacity, according to Đào Phan Long, chairman of the Vietnam Mechanical Enterprises Association (VMEA).

Long said domestic industries have now developed decent technical capabilities in moulding, mechanical components, electrical cables, plastic and rubber. Many businesses have been making significant investments to improve production capacity and product quality to meet the high standards set by FDI enterprises, their main customers. 

"To establish a strong foundation for Việt Nam's mechanical industries, businesses must be able to rely on public investment projects and the State's support progra妹妹es,公众Long said. 

He added that a series of shortcomings and limitations in the country's policy had hindered the development of the industries. 

VMEA called for additional infrastructure development and support policies to encourage businesses to invest in the production of raw materials for manufacturing industries, which have been mostly dependent on foreign imports. 

Long said there should be preferential policies for businesses and investors who source from domestic firms and longer payback periods for investments in the industries. 

Đỗ Phước Tống, chairman of the HCM City Electrical and Mechanical Enterprises Association, a preferential tax scheme for domestic manufacturing enterprises has been long overdue. He said it doesn't do much to entice businesses to source locally for parts if they can import a whole machine at a 0 per cent tax rate. 

Other inconsistencies in tax policies have contributed to Vietnamese manufacturing being unable to compete with regional peers.

For example, domestic firms have long voiced concerns over perceived "unfair treatment"大众compared to FDI firms searching for land and factory investment and accessing support funds. 

In addition, domestic firms often find it difficult to join the supply chain due to FDI firms often prefer imported products. 

"There should be policies that require a certain percentage of domestic products to promote cooperation between FDI enterprises and domestic enterprises,"大众he said. "This will also allow supporting industries in Việt Nam to access new technologies." 

National Assembly deputy Hoàng Văn Cường from the National Economics University said it's critical for domestic industries to maintain a strong presence on home turf or risk missing out on a  一00-million consumers market in the future. VNS

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