VCCI to Strengthen Cooperation with Korean Businesses
Korean SK Group, engaged in the fields of environment, health, clean energy, is looking for partners in Vietnam.
At the meeting with Mr. Pham Tan Cong, President of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), Mr. Koh Jong Hwan, Chief Representative of SK Group, put forth recommendations to promote investment cooperation in Vietnam in the coming time.
“SK Group has implemented several new projects in Vietnam, including investment activities with large corporations such as VinGroup and Masan. In particular, SK Group is particularly interested in setting up partnerships supporting small and medium enterprises,” said Mr. Koh Jong Hwan.
With the desire to fulfill its commitment to become a long-term investor in Vietnam, Mr. Koh Jong Hwan said that SK Group is interested in areas that Vietnam is prioritizing investment attraction such as clean energy, high technology, healthcare. Therefore, Mr. Koh Jong Hwan asked VCCI to introduce and connect with potential partners in these fields.
“VCCI always appreciates suggestions and recommendations by SK Group and other Korean enterprises,” said VCCI President Pham Tan Cong.
“In recent years, the Government, VCCI and the business community have given priority to sustainable development, especially in the context of worsening climate change,” added VCCI President Pham Tan Cong.
“VCCI always tries to orient Vietnamese businesses and provinces to pay more attention to environmental issues,” said Mr. Pham Tan Cong, adding that VCCI is studying and developing a Green Index of localities and businesses and expects to launch it in 2022.
The VCCI President pledged that VCCI will always support SK and other businesses in looking for partners and projects in Vietnam, possibly through building a connected digital platform. businesses on both sides. "This will be a closed platform," suggested the VCCI President.
By: Vietnam Business Forum
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