The Coca Cola Company's Executive Vice President Irial Finan. (Source: irishcentral.com)

Hanoi (VNA) – Coca-Cola hopes to become a model firm in Vietnam on observing regulations on environmental protection and tax and contributing to community, the company’s Executive Vice President Irial Finan told Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung on June 22.

At their meeting, the Deputy PM affirmed the Vietnamese government would continue perfecting its institutions, policies and promoting a transparent and fair business environment for individuals and enterprises, both local and foreign.

At the same time, Dung said the Vietnamese government firmly requires enterprises to obey Vietnamese laws and hopes they will make contributions to local communities.

He also expressed his joy at Coca-Cola’s business development in Vietnam as well as its contributions via social work.-VNA