Thai firms seek business shortcuts in Vietnam hinh anh 1Representative from Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand speaks at the workshop (Photo: VNA)

Bangkok (VNA) –
A workshop was held in Bangkok on March 14 to seek business shortcuts in Vietnam and expand to the global market.

The event was co-organised by Becamex IDC Corp and the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI). Many Thai enterprises interested in business opportunities in Vietnam were also present at the workshop.

According to the FTI, along with the growing political and diplomatic ties, the trade relations between Vietnam and Thailand have seen positive development in recent years.

Thailand is now the biggest trade partner of Vietnam in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), with two-way trade reaching 17.5 billion USD in 2018.

Vietnam is an attractive investment market with political stability and a lot of investment encouragement policies from the Government.

Participants discussed golden investment opportunities in Vietnam and how to register business and investment licences in the country, which has a population of over 95 million people. 

Businesses also shared experience in investment, supply chains, and logistics, as well as talking about the prospects of bringing products produced in Vietnam to the global market.–VNA