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HANOI: Addressing Businesses’ Challenges to operate in Vietnam - EuroCham - ACAPR Dialogue 2019

Van Mieu Room - Pullman Hotel, 61 Giang Vo Str., Dong Da Dist., HANOI, Vietnam
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Please note the change of date and venue: 
This event will now take place on 12th December in Pullman Hotel Hanoi.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

This December, EuroCham will organise a Government – Businesses Dialogue for EuroCham members with the presence of senior Ministry leaders. The event will be chaired by Minister and Chairman of the Office of Government, H.E. Mr. Mai Tien Dung, who is also the Chairman of Prime Minister's Advisory Council on Administrative Procedure Reform.

This is an open dialogue for all members to address their concerns and recommendations related to administrative procedures while doing business in Vietnam, and to receive feedback directly from the highest level of the Government. In light of the fact that the Government is currently building the upcoming Five-year Socio-economic Development Plan 2021–2025, following the Resolution of the 10th Central Committee XII, this Dialogue is a unique opportunity for companies to raise specific recommendations to the authorities for their consideration.

The event will take place at the Pullman Hotel, 61 Giang Vo, Hanoi from 13.30hrs to 17.00hrs, 12 December 2019. It will aim to discuss 3 main themes:

  • Challenges of market access for goods and investment into Vietnam
  • Challenges of circulating products in the market
  • Challenges in daily business operation

We encourage all members to take advantage of this unique opportunity to directly access to the nation's leading policy makers. We believe that this is also a unique opportunity to directly access the nation's leading policy and key decision makers. 

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