At the conference

The conference saw the participation of Vietnamese enterprises operating in various fields of renewable and effective energy, green technology, industrial hygiene, printing technology, and medical equipment.

According to Deputy Director of the MoST’s Department of Business and Market Development Pham Duc Nghiem, VCIC CONNECT program aims to help local firms access and connect with foreign partners on trade, investment, and technology transfer. This helps firms seek business cooperation opportunities and develop markets.

“It will help them seek business opportunities, market development, and investment attraction according to their needs,” Nghiem said.

At the meeting, the participants discussed development needs, technology transfer, business cooperation between Vietnamese enterprises and developed markets such as the RoK, Japan, the EU, the U.S., Australia, and Canada in the new stage of international integration.

In order to promote investment and technology transfer, Vietnam needs to make more efforts to create a simple legal framework and simple administrative procedures for enterprises operating in green technology, information technology on climate change response, and renewable energy.

VKBIA Chairman Tran Hai Linh affirmed that VKBIA has positively promoted trade and investment between localities and Vietnamese businesses and other partners in the world, especially the Korean firms.

VKBIA is speeding this connection process, opening up opportunities for enterprises to access capital resources from developed countries with advantages and suitable conditions.

The program, supported by the World Bank and the Ministry of Science and Technology, will be held from August 16 to 22 in Seoul, the Republic of Korea (RoK).

Translated by Lam Anh