Vice Chairman of VCCI attends the 112th Annual International Labour Conference

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Mr. Hoang Quang Phong, Vice Chairm of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), led the delegation representing Vietnamese employers at the 112th Annual International Labour Conference.

Held from June 3 to June 14, 2018, in Geneva, Switzerland, the 112th Annual International Labour Conference hosted nearly 5,000 delegates, including representatives of governments, workers, and employers from the 187 member countries of the International Labour Organization (ILO). This year, the conference focused on discussing topics related to labor standards, fundamental rights and principles at the workplace, promoting decent employment, and proposing measures to promote social justice and fair transitions. These discussions aimed to lay the foundation for sustainable peace and prosperity as the global economy makes a positive recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and faces ongoing crises and conflicts in various parts of the world.

The Vietnamese delegation included representatives from the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Vietnamese Mission in Geneva, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Vietnam General Confederation of Labor, and the Vietnam Cooperative Alliance.


Vice Chairmna of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Hoang Quang Phong (far left), led the delegation attending the International Labour Conference.

As part of the conference, the first high-level meeting of the Global Coalition for Social Justice initiative, strongly promoted by ILO Director-General Mr. Gilbert Houngbo, will take place on June 13.

During the conference, Vice Chairman Hoang Quang Phong met and worked with the ASEAN Confederation of Employers (ACE). The meeting included the Chairmans of employer representative organizations from ACE member countries such as Singapore, Laos, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. Leaders of these ASEAN employer representative organizations exchanged and shared information about the regional economic situation and the challenges each country faces in the field of labor and employment. They also discussed ways to cooperate in addressing common issues in the region and the world.



By: The Bureau for Employer’s activities in Vietnam (BEA/VCCI)


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