Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh. Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be unpredictable in many ASEAN countries, Viet Nam has actively proposed and participated in regional initiatives to promote economic recovery and maintain production and supply chains both in the region and the world. Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh spoke to the press about ASEAN's post-pandemic economic recovery plan on the sidelines of the 52nd meeting of ASEAN Economic Ministers (AEM-52) which was held on August 25. In the context of a prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, would you share the priorities given by countries in the AEM-52 and ASEAN Free Trade? 2020 is a very special year when the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have greatly affected economic development, requiring the addition of new priorities to the working agenda of the Chair of ASEAN. The first is the disruption of supply chains that have largely affected ASEAN countries. Since most ASEAN countries are export-oriented ones that play an important role in regional and international supply chains, they are heavily dependent on fuel sources as well as supporting industrial products that provide inputs for their local production. Along with that, disease prevention and control measures have… Read full this story
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