VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh City is poised to implement 13 different solutions in an effort to provide continued support for local firms as they strive to boost production, increase business operations, and ultimately overcome the difficulties caused by the COVID-19.
Despite the growing interest among international tech firms, overseas investment in Vietnamese high-tech parks in 2019 remained lacklustre, and solutions will need to be found in order to create an upward trend.
A conference to promote investments from the Republic of Korea (RoK) in the Hanoi-based Hoa Lac High-Tech Park was held on July 7, expected to open cooperation opportunities for Vietnam and the RoK across fields, especially health care.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on March 17 approved the establishment of the Vietnam-Japan College under the Vietnam National University in Hanoi.
An annual conference of Ho Chi Minh City’s High-Tech Park opened on November 28 with the theme “promoting commercialisation of high potential technologies”.