Vietnam Supply Chain Forum: WHAT'S UP! SUPPLY CHAINS IN VIETNAM
HO CHI MINH CITY, THURSDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2019 9:00AM - 15:00PM
No Entry Fee. Limited seats.
👉 Register online >> https://bit.ly/2T1wFWV
How Vietnam Economy performance has been so far in 2019?
Growth slowed marginally in the second quarter on a weaker agricultural sector, likely due in part to the impact of an outbreak of African swine fever. Nevertheless, the economic picture was still bright, and the expansion was likely among the strongest in the region. Manufacturing rose by double-digits, while mining output rebounded. Moreover, the service sector picked up speed on stronger retail trade, while tourist arrivals were up notably year-on-year. This comes after the economy eased in Q1 on a broad-based slowdown. Meanwhile, Vietnam signed a trade deal with the EU at the end of June, which, if ratified, will eventually eliminate 99% of tariffs. This should prove a boon for the country’s burgeoning export sector and support the manufacturing industry. The government expects the deal to boost Vietnamese GDP by 2.2% – 3.3% from 2019 – 2023.
What is this Forum?
- This forum is designed as a platform for a series of industry experts of different sectors in Vietnam to share new updates observed, including legal frameworks, consumer insights, sourcing, manufacturing, domestic and export markets, retail, logistics, technology.
- This forum is open free for qualified delegates who are industry professionals in Supply Chains, Manufacturing, Logistics, Procurement. Only online registrations are accepted.
Who will share at this Forum?
Ralf Matthaes, Managing Director, Infocus Mekong
Amanda Rasmussen, COO, ITL Corp.
Rosann A. Tumulak, Supply Chain Manager, Theodore Alexander
Niranjan Aluwihare, Country Manager, R-PAC Vietnam
More speakers to be updated on the VSC website: http://vietnamsupplychain.com
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