Viet Nam – We mean business: Connect & Innovate
13 September 2018, National Convention Centre, Hanoi
Within this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) on ASEAN, the Viet Nam Business Summit (VBS) 2018 will engage top decision makers from the Vietnamese government & the business community in a dialogue about investment and business opportunities in Viet Nam.
This is the largest international conference of its kind organised by the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) in 2018. And PwC Vietnam is proud to be the Knowledge Partner.
As the honoured speaker at this premium event, our General Director Dinh Thi Quynh Van will share the highlights of PwC’s latest reports on ASEAN and Viet Nam, which will provide businesses with more insights into sustainable growth within the ASEAN and global value chains.
|13:30 pm - 14:30 pm||
|14:30 pm - 15:15 pm||
The role of Viet Nam in the ASEAN and global value chains
|15:15 pm - 16:15 pm||
Viet Nam – Connect and Innovate: New business opportunities
Moderator: Dr. Vu Thanh Tu Anh, Research Director of the Fullbright Economics Teaching Program in Ho Chi Minh City, Member of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Group.
Business and Investment Opportunities in the infrastructure development in Vietnam & PPP (10’)
|16:15 pm – 16:20 pm||
Dr. Vu Tien Loc, Chairman & President of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI)
|16:30 pm - 17:30 pm||B2B Meeting|
Our report provides insights into the country’s evolving position within the South East Asian region, highlighting key potential sectors as well as challenges and solutions for the onward journey.
This full report presents a view of the policies ASEAN governments need to adopt to ensure their countries continue to mature, and a set of innovative strategies that companies from the automotive, financial services, consumer goods, medical devices, fuel refining, telecommunications and transportation sectors ought to develop and execute to achieve their regional growth ambitions.
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