Hosting Mike Cronin, Managing Director of Co-operative Affairs at Fonterra, Chairman Hue suggested the group study to expand cooperation and investment in Vietnam.

Appreciating Vietnam's investment attraction policies, Cronin said he would work with the group's leaders to study Hue’s suggestions on expanding cooperation and investment.

At his meeting with Fiso Investment Group CEO John Fiso and Director of Viet River Holdings Limited Nguyen Truong Khoa, the top legislator welcomed businesses that have joined many networking activities between Vietnamese and New Zealand firms, and directly invested in Vietnam.

Hue recommended the businesses to propose to the New Zealand Government, so that the two governments will soon sign an agreement on labor cooperation, creating a solid legal framework for this field.

On the day, NA Chairman Hue also hosted Don Ha, CEO of RE/MAX, which is one of the major US real estate companies operating through the franchise system and is currently present in more than 110 countries and territories.

At the meeting, Hue expressed his support for the company’s plan to import products of Vietnamese origin serving the opening of a sales centre and supermarket of household appliances in New Zealand.

Meanwhile, received by the NA leader, VietTechNZ's representative made proposals on connecting Vietnamese and New Zealand companies and their IT personnel.

Taking into account these proposals, Hue affirmed that the Vietnamese Party, State and NA always support and create favorable conditions for the overseas Vietnamese community./.