Vu Nhu Thang, Head of the Finance Ministry’s International Cooperation Department, told a press briefing on October 9 in Hanoi that the ministers and the APEC Business Advisory Council will examine ways to enhance the link between policy makers and the private sector.
This will give a good opportunity to share information on globalization and investment in infrastructure development, he said.
The outcome of the meeting will be included in preparations for the APEC Economic Leaders’ Week set to take place in Da Nang city next month.
The event will include the APEC Finance and Central Bank Deputies’ Meeting (FCBDM) and the 24th APEC Finance Ministers’ Meeting (FMM), the most significant meeting of APEC Finance Ministers during the year.
As planned, there will be three related meetings in Hoi An as part of the APEC Finance Ministerial Meeting 2017, including the Senior Officials’ Meeting Vice-Ministerial Meeting, and Ministerial Meeting.