ADB’s assistance program for Viet Nam focuses on transitioning to a green economy, harnessing the private sector, and promoting social equity.
This edition shows how a modest improvement in economic fundamentals has buoyed East Asia’s local currency bond (LCY) markets, but potential renewed increases in inflation and further interest rate hikes could pose risks for the region’s borrowers.
This report explains how Southeast Asia can become a leader in renewable energy manufacturing and the benefits this will bring by boosting jobs, improving energy security, and helping the region meet its climate targets.
This brochure outlines how the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is partnering with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to strengthen regional cooperation and integration to help drive growth, a green recovery, and inclusion.
ADB, together with development finance partners and private sector cofinanciers, is spurring the growth of the electric transport industry in Viet Nam through the VinFast Electric Mobility Green Loan Project.
ADB is continuing its lending and nonlending support to help Viet Nam enhance climate-resilient transportation, promote sustainable urban development, improve rural connectivity, and reduce pockets of poverty in remote areas. ADB’s assistance pipeline for Viet Nam also helps to facilitate access to quality education, improve health security, support climate change adaptation and environmental sustainability, and promote private sector development, gender equity, digital transformation, and regional cooperation and integration.
To date, ADB has committed 457 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $16.5 billion to Viet Nam.
3rd Floor, Cornerstone Building, 16 Phan Chu Trinh Street, Hoan Kiem District, Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
The Viet Nam Resident Mission was established in 1996 and it is located in Ha Noi. Its primary responsibilities include:
It also undertakes loan and technical assistance processing.
ADB’s operations in Viet Nam require high standards of accountability, transparency, openness, and public participation. Members of the public affected by any ADB-assisted project may address their concerns if the project is causing or likely to cause harm.
The information on this page will guide you through the ADB complaints arrangements, as well as the requirements for complaints handling.
Project-affected persons are encouraged to first address the issue with available grievance mechanisms at the project level. Please contact the project owner, or the ADB project officer for more information at /projects/country/vie.
If the complaint is not resolved at the project-level, submit a signed complaint by mail, fax, or e-mail to ADB-Viet Nam Resident Mission (VRM).
Making a complaint in person is only by appointment. Please call:
VRM will be closed on these dates:
Last updated: 28 April 2023