Czech businesses seek investment opportunities in HCMC

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) in HCMC yesterday organized a dialogue between Vietnamese and 40 Czech businesses who have come to seek investment opportunities in the city.

Vehicle parts are one of Vietnam’s export products to Czech (Photo: VNA)

Vehicle parts are one of Vietnam’s export products to Czech (Photo: VNA)

Statistics show that the trade turnover between Vietnam and the Czech Republic approximates as low as US$200 million despite lot of potential.
Vietnam exports to Czech products such as farm produce, food and garment items and imports machines and equipment, glass and medicines.
A VCCI representative said that the Government of Vietnam has sped up administrative reform to lure foreign investment from countries and territories including the Czech Republic. The country hopes to be friends of all countries in the world and further develop trade activities with them.

By MINH HAI – Translated by Hai Mien

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