The northern province of Vĩnh Phúc promoted its potential and called for investment at a conference held in Gyeonggi Province in South Korea on Friday.
A B2B meeting was organised by the Việt Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and K-Fish Trade Support Centre in HCM City to provide networking opportunities for 12 Korean and 50 Vietnamese seafood companies.
The HCM City customs department informed South Korean firms about new trade regulations and resolved problems faced by the latter in carrying out customs procedures at a dialogue held on Tuesday.
Korean companies operating in Việt Nam are seeking more and more workers as their investment continues to rise sharply, according to the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (Kotra).
Korean businesses and universities introduced new technologies to Vietnamese firms to explore collaboration and sales opportunities at a networking event in HCM City yesterday.
The central province of Bình Định introduced its potential to South Korean businesses on Monday, aiming to lure investment from the Northeast Asian nation.
Developing the support industry has been one of the most important tasks to restructure the economy in depth, thus improving Việt Nam’s competitiveness and integration ability.
Long An authority met with representatives of the South Korea business community last week in a bid to remove work related obstacles in the southern province.
During January-March, FDI witnessed a significant yearly decline of 25 per cent to $5.8 billion, but disbursement rose by 7.2 per cent year-on-year to $3.88 billion, FIA said.
Enterprises from the Republic of Korea (RoK) want to boost their co-operation with Vietnamese firms, especially ones working in the technology sector due to the huge potential in the Vietnamese market.