June 24, 2011

VN businesses meet in Phnom Penh

[Viet Nam News]

HA NOI — The Viet Nam Business Association in Cambodia opened its first general meeting in Phnom Penh on Wednesday, almost one year after it was founded on August 15, 2010.

A congratulatory letter from Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Thanh Son was read out at the meeting, which praised the association for helping overseas businesses fulfil their investment and business potential.

Son, who also acts as Chairman of the State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese, recognised expatriate businesses' assistance to the Vietnamese community in Cambodia and their efforts to promote Vietnamese products.
Vietnamese Ambassador Ngo Anh Dung called on Vietnamese businesses to abide by Cambodian law and take care of the Vietnamese-Cambodian community.

The participants voted on a new agenda to be carried out over the next four years, which focused on increasing membership and prioritised campaigns to promote trade and Vietnamese trademarks in Cambodia. The resolution also emphasised that the association should expand operations and serve as a channel to distribute Vietnamese goods, especially in the Angkor Wat market.

Vice President of the Vietnamese-Cambodian Association Nguyen Van Dung was elected as the new chairman of the association.

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