Vietnam, Mexico fuel economic cooperation hinh anh 1Ambassador Le Linh Lan (L) and Mexican Minister of Economy Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal (Photo: VNA)
Mexico City (VNA) – Vietnam and Mexico will shake hands on a multi-faceted cooperation between the two economies, especially after their parliaments approve the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement which was recently signed in New Zealand.

During a meeting in Mexico City on February 24, Ambassador Le Linh Lan and Mexican Minister of Economy Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal hailed Vietnam and Mexico as active members of the world’s largest free trade pact.

The Vietnamese diplomat informed the host about preparations for the APEC Summit in Vietnam in 2017, describing this as a golden opportunity for Vietnam to popularise itself as a renewed, dynamic and fast-developing country with great potential.

She said Vietnam is willing to create the best conditions for Mexican businesses to operate in the Southeast Asian country.

Minister Villareal expressed his pleasure in discussing with the Ambassador issues of mutual interest, particularly trade and economics.

Mexico will participate in the APEC Summit in Vietnam and boost economic collaboration with the country in and out of the TPP, he said.-VNA