Foreign direct investment has risen by nearly 20 percent year-on-year in the first seven months to US$11.9 billion.
New projects were slightly down in number but saw 10 percent more investment at $7 billion.
Manufacturing and processing remained the sector attracting the largest investment, accounting for 87.6 percent of the money.
Property attracted the second largest amount of $580.8 million.
Of 46 countries and territories with investments in Vietnam, Japan remained the largest with $4.1 billion, followed by Singapore and Russia.
The government targets full-year FDI of $13-14 billion, a figure analysts say is likely to be met or even exceeded.
Source: Thanh Niên News