MOSCOW (VNS) — Vietnamese businesses in Russia discussed recent difficulties during a workshop in Moscow.
President of the Vietnamese Business Association in Russia Tran Dang Chung noted that Russia faced many economic challenges since taking over Crimea in March, saying that the ruble devaluation was making the Vietnamese community's production, business and import activities difficult.
Participating enterprises talked about problems they had encountered and offered practical solutions.
They suggested taking full advantage of business and investment opportunities, such as pouring capital into agriculture and exporting Russian staples to Viet Nam.
Ambassador to Russia Nguyen Thanh Son affirmed that his embassy would do its utmost to help Vietnamese businesses and increase the role of the Vietnamese community, thus contributing to Russian economic development. — VNS