Taiwanese businesses visit HCMC to tighten economic cooperation

Taiwanese businesses from over 15 countries has been visiting HCMC to tighten economic cooperation and exchange with local firms, share small and medium enterprise (SME) connectivity and market development.

Taiwanese garment firm Kim Hong in Linh Trung 2 export processing zone, HCMC (Illustrative photo: SGGP)

Being part of a string of activities during their visit to the city, a SME connectivity forum was hosted by HCMC and Taiwan Young Entrepreneur Associations yesterday afternoon.

According to chairman of the Taiwanese association Wo Kuo Pen, information access to Vietnamese business environment has no longer been a barrier for foreign companies including Taiwanese firms.

He hoped that the visit will help Taiwanese businesses find more cooperation and development opportunities in HCMC and Vietnam and that Vietnam will create the best conditions for them to set their mind at rest and keep investing in the country.

On the same day, 100 Taiwanese firms planted 500 trees in Long Thanh commune, Can Gio district to raise businesses’ awareness of environmental protection.

By Hai Ha – Translated by Hai Mien

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