Business outlook seminar promotes post-pandemic India-Vietnam ties

 The Indian Business Chamber in Vietnam (INCHAM) is organizing a “Business Outlook Seminar Series on India-Vietnam Trade & Investments” on November 2 in Ho Chi Minh City.

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The seminar aims to predict the business scenario in a post Covid-19 pandemic world and to promote trade and investment ties between India and Vietnam based on such outlook.

The seminar will offer valuable insights on many interesting topics including: Emerging global and regional opportunities; Status and outlook for Vietnam-India trade and investment ties; Preserving the past and fortifying the future: Current situation, perspectives on India-Vietnam ties; Vietnam and India business relations: investment opportunities in Vietnam for Indians; and Vietnam's renewable energy: opportunities and challenges.

The event is expected to attract the participation of: senior officials including the UN Resident Coordinator in Vietnam; many Indian and foreign businesses in the country; the Investment Promotion Center - Southern Vietnam (IPCS) under the Ministry of Planning and Investment; the Trade Information Center, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) - Ho Chi Minh City, the Carpet Export Promotion Council, New Delhi; Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil); and the Council for Leather Exports (CLE).

For more information of the seminar, please email:; or call the INCHAM hotline: 0911 418 132; You can register for the event online at:

My Phung

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