Ho Chi Minh City listens to EU businesses Ho Chi Minh City leaders met with EU businesses on July 28 to hear their ideas on addressing the difficulties they face in doing business in the city. Certain difficulties remain, investors told city leaders, especially regarding administrative reform and human resources. City leaders provided guidance to the European businesses on removing difficulties and improving the business climate. They also pledged to create the conditions necessary for mutual development. The city is also planning to help European experts and workers come to Vietnam and will arrange a hotel for them to be quarantined in during the COVID-19 pandemic. PM urges resolve to prevent negative growth Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on August 2 again called for resolve to perform the dual tasks of containing COVID-19 and preventing negative economic growth, in the context of the pandemic returning in the country with complexity. He said more efforts are needed to accelerate public investment disbursement, better implement both financial and fiscal policies and push ahead with investment attraction, especially capital flows from the private sector and foreign businesses. With free trade agreements like the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement… Read full this story
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