The country offers an exceptional environment for the automotive industry lets look at a few of the reasons why.
With an annual growth in GDP of 6 to 7% the worlds second fastest per capita since 1990 according to The Economist Vietnams domestic consumer market has a proven track record of consistently improving and huge future potential.
Why is the country the natural choice for those in the automotive supply chain?
We do summarize some advantages ...
Hanoi, 30/08/2017 Today, Rent-A-Port N.V. inked the MOU with Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) on possible cooperation in the projects of grain terminal, processing of grains, logistics in Lach Huyen and general cargo terminal in Dinh Vu, Hai Phong.
On 16 and 17 August 2017, the Head of the Department for International Trade at the UK Embassy in Vietnam, Selena McGuiness, and the Executive Director of BBGV, Peter Rimmer, worked with representatives of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) in Hai Phong and Nghe An to discuss ways forward to enhance business links between Vietnam and the UK.
Hanoi Vietnams Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) is drawing up a report summing up 30 years of foreign direct investment (FDI) since approval of the national Law on Foreign Investment, looking back at the impact of opening the countrys doors to multinational companies.
Earlier this week a delegation with nearly 70 participants from Thailand came to explore business opportunities in Haiphong. If you were not able to join, you can reach out to us (email@example.com or www.deepc.vn) and meet with our team in #BKK on Friday the 18th of August during the visit of Vietnamese Prime Minister Phuc to Thailand!
On the 20th of July, we received a delegation from Singapore Business Federation in Haiphong. The participants were very enthusiastic about potential business opportunities in Haiphong after a boat visit to witness the new infrastructure developments and meetings with local authorities, RK engineering and DEEP C Industrial zones.
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