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February, 11 2012 11:11:54

Viet Nam, South Korea develop IT services

HA NOI — Viet Nam and the Republic of Korea (RoK) will meet to discuss information technology (IT) service development policies and boost links between IT businesses from both countries.

An agreement to this effect was signed between the Viet Nam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) and the RoK's Information and Internet Security Agency (KISA) in Ha Noi on Wednesday.

According to the agreement, both parties will expand co-operation in IT personnel training, especially in information security, as well as jointly hold seminars and forums to exchange information and experiences in IT development.

VINASA Vice Chairman Pham Tan Cong said that this new initiative offered VINASA the chance to learn more about creating policies that would help develop IT services.

It also creates opportunities for Viet Nam's IT businesses to expand ties with their RoK partners.-VNS

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