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The Berlin-based VVietnamese-German economic seminar in Berliniethaus hosted a Vietnamese-German economic seminar on March 2, attended by 18 Vietnamese and overseas Vietnamese business representatives.

In his speech, Vietnam-Germany Business Association Chairman Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Ky explained his organisation wants the seminar to serve as a bridge for Vietnamese businesses enter the German market.

Roland Ballack, a representative from the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), said Vietnamese businesses had been invited to join the agency’s internationally renowned business administration refresher courses since 2009.

Trade Counsellor to Germany Nguyen Thien Binh said relations between Vietnam and Germany have grown steadily in the wake of the Hanoi Statement on a future strategic partnership and Vietnam-EU relations, signed by both countries’ Prime Ministers.

Successfully negotiating the Vietnam-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) will open up greater prospects for developing the relationship between Vietnam and the EU, Binh said.

The seminar’s participants briefed each other on their businesses’ potential, noting that both German and Vietnamese authorities should improve cooperation in specific areas.

Some Vietnamese businesses operating in Germany highlighted obstacles hindering their operations and expressed hopes their concerns would be addressed.

The seminar also enabled representatives to share information, strengthen mutual understanding, and discuss business opportunities.


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