Ho Chi Minh city – 23 April 2018, Haiphong Investment Seminar is co-organized by Eurocham and DEEP C Industrial zones with the support of KPMG and Saigon New Port. The audience is keen to getting a better understanding of potential business opportunities in Haiphong. A similar session was organized in Japanese on the same day.
DEEP C together with EuroCham are going to organize Haiphong Investment Seminar to share insights and update information in relation to investment opportunities and business potentials of the city with participation of experienced speakers in the field.
Time: 9:00 – 13:00 April 23rd, 2018
Venue: Ballroom 3, Sheraton Hotel Saigon.
For detailed agenda please click on the flyer.
For registration, please visit https://bit.ly/deepchp.
Thanks and regards,
DEEP C Industrial Zones
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In 2017, the economy of Hai Phong city grew at twice the speed of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city and continued to receive USD billion worth of investment in infrastructure and industrial sectors.
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