Vietnam’s trade counselor Tran Ngoc Quan briefed the Belgian firms on the country’s investment climate, and laid a stress on special tax incentives for foreign investors, and highlighted Vietnam’s economic potential.

Meanwhile, Nguyen Bich Diep, a BVA representative, spotlighted Vietnam’s culture, custom and cuisine, and shared her experience in doing business and living in Vietnam.

Nguyen Bich Diep (standing), a BVA representative, shares her experience in doing business and living in Vietnam.

Michèle Surinx, Area Manager Asia-Pacific at Flanders Investment and Trade (FIT), told the Vietnam News Agency that the event provided her with valuable information before her visit to Vietnam in October, adding FIT will inform its members of the business opportunities and methods in the country.

Holding that the Vietnamese market has opened up numerous opportunities for foreign firms, FIT International Business Advisor Marc Van Der Linden described the country’s rapid and stable economic growth coupled with potential areas as its strengths to lure foreign investments.

Many Belgian enterprises expressed their interest in the Vietnamese market and their wish to seek investment and business opportunities with local partners.

Source: VNA