On the occasion of Vietnam’s National Day on September 2, VIR gets an insight into foreign CEOs’ thoughts and feeling about the country’s vitality and development, and why Vietnam has become their home away from home. Vietnam has come far in the last decades, and some in the foreign business presence have witnessed its celebrations and struggles, Photo: Le Toan Ronan Le Bihan CEO at Mango Bay Resort, Phu Quoc In 2002, I was offered a position for the setup of “Le Domaine de Tam Hai”, a beach resort in Chu Lai Open Economic Zone, Quang Nam. At that time, the only knowledge I, and many people in my country had, was that Vietnam was one of the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia. But obviously it was still early days and development was far from where we are now. With experience in Quang Nam province and Phu Quoc island, I’ve seen two of the top tourism destinations become what they are. Both went from small village spirit to international tourism destination. The work done in Hoi An/Danang is most impressive. Not only did… Read full this story
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