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Energy capacity is the biggeEnergy capacity affects Intel’s Vietnamese expansion plansst risk factor hindering expanding Intel’s Vietnamese investment activities.

Intel Products Vietnam General Director Sherry Boger said this at a seminar in Hanoi on May 28.

Intel is focusing on developing Vietnamese leadership staff and human resources with the ultimate aim of consolidating Intel Products Vietnam as one of the Intel Group’s strongest manufacturers, Boger said.

Intel has coordinated with Vietnamese agencies to organise a cooperative technology training program over the 2013–2017 period, a Master of Engineering Program at RMIT Vietnam in the 2013–2020 period, and a teacher training program for Intel instructors themselves.

To assist Vietnam’s push to become a strong information technology (IT) nation by 2020, Intel has worked with Vietnam Digital Television (VTC) and Hanoi National University to produce simple instructional video clips, aiming to reduce the IT knowledge gap between residents in rural and urban areas.

Addressing the seminar, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Minh Hong committed his ministry to fostering a better investment environment for Intel and other foreign IT enterprises operating in Vietnam.

Hong also expressed a wish that Intel will expand its Vietnamese production and trade activities and help enrich the country’s developing business community.


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