Update: 07:47 | 13/01/2019
The Vietnam Economic Forum 2019 (VEF 2019), slated for January 16-17, will review the Vietnamese economy’s development in 2018 and discuss its prospects in 2019, as well as outline breakthrough measures to promote innovation and bolster socio-economic growth.
The event, organized by the Government Office and the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission, will draw the participation of policymakers, economists, academics, business representatives and delegates from international organizations.
The Vietnam Economic Forum 2018.
Recommendations made by participants are expected to serve as
The event will include a plenary session and high-level policy dialogue, and three thematic workshops on financing and governance of infrastructure development; climate change adaptation and energy security for sustainable development; and opportunities and challenges for Vietnam’s digital economy in the context of the Industry 4.0.
Ten outstanding businesses in the energy sector including the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN), Siemens, ABB, SolarBK, TokyoGas
After two years of the organization, VEF has served as a valuable platform for stakeholders to discuss visionary initiatives and trends for sustainable economic development as Vietnam transitions towards a more productivity-driven and green growth trajectory to sustain its economic growth.
Last year, Vietnam attained comprehensive economic development with stable macro-economy, average inflation rate kept at 3.54 percent-below the ceiling target, and trade surplus hitting