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PM meets with leading Dutch investors

VGP – PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said that the Vietnamese Government is exerting efforts to  create a favorable investment environment in order to attract more investors.

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During his working session with a number of leading Dutch enterprises engaging in finance, energy and indirect investment in The Hague, the Netherlands on July 11, the PM informed local investors of the open business climate in Viet Nam, an investment destination of many world-leading companies over the past years, including those from the Netherlands.

The Government leader and authorized ministers talked directly with investors on the issues of their concern, relating to the development of the renewable energy sector, microfinance and the equitization of State-owned enterprises.

Viet Nam is implementing an inclusive economic growth model, which benefits all people, PM Phuc said, adding that Viet Nam still joins the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations despite the absence of the United States, and will work out other mechanisms to accelerate trade cooperation and international integration.

He noted that Viet Nam has issued a national industrialization strategy and has spent huge resources on the development of science and technology. He called on Dutch investors to collaborate with Vietnamese businesses in the field of technological innovation.

At the working session, Dutch businesses spoke highly of Viet Nam’s investment climate with political and social stability. A number of investors have poured billions of U.S. dollars into Viet Nam, which has shown the potential for long-term business in the country, they said.

By Vien Nhu

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