EuroCham Launched its Northeastern Vietnam Chapter with Business and Public Officials in Hai Phong and DEEP C is part of it


The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) organised a “Northeastern Vietnam Focus Day” and launched its “Northeastern Vietnam Chapter”. After the Central Vietnam Chapter was launched in November 2016, this is the second regional representation of the chamber. 

The agenda included joining the ground breaking ceremony of Deep C Industrial Zones, a tour of the new industrial facilities around the Hai Phong, namely Lach Huyen port and Tan Vu bridge, and a working lunch where business leaders, local authorities and European diplomatic representatives discussed the potential of the Northeastern region as a prime investment destination in Vietnam.  The Northeastern Vietnam Focus Day was dedicated to informing about the economic and business opportunities of the provinces in the region, including Bac Ninh, Hai Duong, Hai Phong, Hung Yen and Quang Ninh.

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