Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung called on businesses from the UK to make investment in Vietnam during a reception for Lord James Mayer Sassoon, Executive Director of Jardine Matheson Holdings Limited, in Hanoi on January 17.
VOV.VN - Chairman of the Vinh Phuc People’s Committee Nguyen Van Tri has highlighted the province’s advantages -favourable geographical conditions, an abundant workforce and good infrastructure- at a recent seminar in London.
(VOV) - Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf has called for further development of trade ties between Vietnam and the UK as Vietnam is considered an important market for UK investors.
(VOV) - Vietnam and the UK expect to expand their trade and investment ties following the recent inauguration of a HCM City-based business centre by the British Business Group Vietnam (BBGV).
(VOV) - Representatives from ten UK firms will arrive in Vietnam on October 28 to explore investment opportunities in the Vietnamese oil and gas sector.
The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) has coordinated with the British Embassy in Hanoi to hold a forum between the two countries’ business circles to seek business and investment cooperation.
(VOV) - A UK business delegation led by the Harvey Nash Group’s CEO Paul Smith is currently on a visit to Vietnam from November 12-16.
Vietnam hopes to receive further cooperation and experience from the UK in such fields as finance, banking, the building of financial centres in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, as well as personnel training for finance and banking sector.
UK businesses should seek investment opportunities in Vietnam because it is a growing potential market.
The United Kingdom considers Vietnam a potential emerging economy and a key trade partner in the context of the global economic slowdown, says Consul General in HCM City Douglas Branes.
Vietnamese and British businesses discussed ways to strengthen cooperation in Hanoi on November 18.
Many UK businesses and Vietnamese experts gathered at a seminar in Liverpool on September 21 to promote trade and investment in Vietnam.
UK businesses are willing to help Vietnam in PPP in accordance with the country’s specific conditions, said Prince Andrew, Duke of York and UK Special Representative for Trade and Investment.