SOEs dominate the infrastructure sector in Vietnam, but regulations have been developing over the last decade with a view to attracting more private finance. In 2011, the prime minister assigned new institutional roles on PPP governance through Decision 71, which also provided some principles to guide the development of future regulations. The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) is the lead PPP agency and chairs an inter-ministerial

taskforce. The MPI, which has created a PPP unit, is working to develop a pipeline of projects with the help of the Ministry of Industry and Technology and several municipal governments. In a further sign of a more comprehensive framework emerging, an updated public procurement law was issued in 2013 which explicitly covers PPPs. The law makes competitive tender the default selection method. However, much like the other main PPP regulations, it is limited to general principles and leaves the details for future regulations to cover.

Commercial contract enforcement has a weak track record in Viet Nam. Dispute resolution mechanism specific to PPPs is non-existent. Overall, the investment environment for PPPs is moving in a positive direction although it remains uncertain at present.

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