Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc (standing) speaks at the Việt Nam-New Zealand Business Forum. — VNA/VNS Photo Viet Nam News AUCKLAND — Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc called for enhanced co-operation between Việt Nam and New Zealand in fields of mutual interest, such as education training, organic agriculture, smart agriculture and infrastructure. He said this while addressing the Việt Nam-New Zealand Business Forum in Auckland, New Zealand, yesterday. The event, which was attended by more than 300 businesses and investors from the two countries, was held in the framework of the Vietnamese Prime Minister's official visit to New Zealand from March 12-14 . Phúc told the audience that Việt Nam's business environment had significantly improved in recent years as seen in assessments made by the World Bank and the World Economic Forum. He also cited the latest survey of the Japan External Trade Organisation in late February which showed that nearly 70 per cent of Japanese firms operating in Việt Nam had plans to expand their business in the country. More than 62 per cent of Japanese businesses claimed that doing business in Việt Nam was profitable. According to the Business Climate Index released by the European Chamber of Commerce… Read full this story
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