PM Phuc attends Annual Vietnam Business Forum 2017

Update: 14:10 | 12/12/2017
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc is attending the Annual Vietnam Business Forum 2017, which is jointly held by the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation.
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Participants at the forum are expected to focus on figuring out measures to spur productivity and industrial development in the context of the 4th Industrial Revolution as well as the development of the private sector.

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The Annual Viet Nam Business Forum 2017. (Photo: VGP)

Representatives of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and Business Associations of the Republic of Korea, Japan, the European Union and the US are expected to roll out legal and policy recommendations for Vietnam to further improve its business climate and boost sustainable development and international integration.

Vietnam’s GDP rose from US$27 billion in 1997 when the forum was established to about US$220 billion in 2017 partly thanks to the expansion of the Vietnamese business community.

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(Source: VGP News)