Legal procedures on the establishment of a Vietnam business and representative office in Russia were introduced at talks in Hanoi on April 20.

At the talks, Vice President and Secretary General of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Pham Gia Tuc said that the event, attended by a working delegation from the Russian Justice Ministry’s National Registration Bureau, was a good opportunity for Vietnamese businesses to directly exchange with and hear explanations from the bureau.

The bureau also introduced services to assist foreign businesses obtain visas and labour licences.

According to VCCI, Vietnam had almost 20 projects in Russia with a combined capital of around 1.6 billion USD in 2010./.