|Russian companies wanted to develop further co-operation with Viet Nam in the field of new technologies, a sector with great potential for both sides. — Photo vov
HA NOI (VNS) — Russian companies wanted to develop further co-operation with Viet Nam in the field of new technologies, a sector with great potential for both sides.
This would be sought in addition to co-operation in traditional fields such as science and technology and education.
The statement was made by a delegation of Russian enterprises at a press conference held here yesterday, with co-operation being sought within the framework of the "Russia-Viet Nam: New economy" project.
Strozhaeva Lubov Viktorovna, the project director, said more Russian enterprises had shown interest in the Vietnamese market and expressed a readiness for the transfer of modern technologies to Viet Nam.
The project, which began in 2012, aims to boost trade and investment relations, as well as, support enterprises of the two countries in transferring, developing and applying new technologies for production activities. Dialogues between technology companies of both countries have so far been positive.
Numerous co-operation contracts in trade, technology transfer, base establishment production and joint-venture activities were signed during this sixth working visit of the Russian enterprises.
A total of 10 Russian high-technology companies taking part in the conference are into chip device production and manufacture, enhancement of electronic products' durability and clean water system manufacture, as well as shipbuilding and energy-saving equipment manufacture.
During the working visit, leading Russian high-technology executives will work with the National Assembly's Committee on Science, Technology, and Environment, as well as the ministries of Science and Technology, Public Security, Construction and Transport.
Also involved are the Ha Noi People's Committee, Viet Nam-Russia Tropical Centre, Viet Nam -Russia Bank and Research Institute for Medium and Small Enterprises, as well as the research institutes of the Viet Nam Academy of Science and Technology.
Round-table discussions between executives of leading Russian companies and their Vietnamese counterparts will be held at the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) offices here and in Ho Chi Minh City and Sai Gon Hi-Tech Park.
The visit will last until October 25, with a series of activities here and in Ho Chi Minh City. — VNS