significance as it creates an opportunity for Vietnamese policy makers and management agencies to meet international experts and investors to exchange views and experiences and make newcontacts to help the country develop its transport infrastructure.
Anthony Pearce, Honorary Director General of the International Road Federation, applauded Vietnam for its economic growth as well as the improvement in its transport infrastructure. He pledged to assist Vietnam to upgrade its transport infrastructure to meet the country’sincreasing demand for socio-economic development.
Following on from the success of the 2008 Viet Traffic seminar, this year’s event focused on the country’s road and railway infrastructure, with two exhibitions, Viet Road and Viet Rail, held on the sidelines of the seminar.
Topics for discussion included opportunities for investing in the roads and railways sectors and models of joint public-private partnership.
Statistics released at the event showed that Vietnam plans to build 20 more expressways with a total length of 5,800km from now till 2020.
The Viet Transport seminar, which coincided with the 15th ASEAN Transport Ministers’ Meeting and the 28th ASEAN Senior Transport Officials’ Meeting from Dec. 7-11 in Hanoi, was one of the highlights of Vietnam Transport Week.
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uments, Vietnam will invest in power generation, food processing, fertiliser production, rubber plantation and bauxite mining in Cambodia .Two-way trade between the two countries has increased significantly in recent years, reaching 1.7 billion USD in 2008, up 40 percent against 2007.Vietnamese businesses have invested in over 60 projects in Cambodia with a total capital of nearly 900 million USD, making Vietnam among the top three foreign investors in the Southeast Asian country.Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his Cambodian counterpart, Hun Sen, co-chairmen of the conference, welcomed a joint initiative to host the conference as a practical move to promote bilateral cooperation in investment and trade.PM Hun Sen said Cambodia is calling for foreign investment in its strong areas such as agro-forestry, industry, infrastructure, product processing for export, mining and tourism.Cambodia will create a favourable investment environment for Vietnamese businesses to operate in the country, PM Hun Sen assured PM Dung and nearly 600 officials and business people attending the event.PM Dung hailed the efficiency of Vietnamese-invested projects in Cambodia . He said, however, that the results have not yet matched the potential of both countries and not lived up to their people’s expectations.He recalled high-level talks and meetings between the two countries’ top leaders who had agreed to take additional measures to broaden cooperative ties. They vowed to raise two-way trade to 2 billion USD in 2010 and increase Vietnamese investment in Cambodia to 6 billion USD in the coming years.At the event, the Vietnamese Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Cambodian Development Council signed a memorandum of understanding on investment promotion.The Vietnamese Minister of Industry and Trade and the Cambodian Minister of Industry, Mining and Energy signed the minutes of their meeting regarding bauxite exploration and exploitation in the Cambodian Mondulkiri province.The Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) signed deals to provide financial services to Vietnamese businesses investing in Cambodia .Also during the event, a certificate of operation was granted to the association of Vietnamese investors in Cambodia, and investment licences were given to a number of Vietnamese businesses.
e Danang People’s Committee and JETRO cooperated with the Global Innovation Company of Japan to hold the “Connecting Vietnam – Japan Supply and Demand” workshop.
The Danang Department of Science and Technology and the Technology Application and Development Agency of the Ministry of Science and Technology signed an agreement for a cooperation program between the two parties. This is the foundation for connecting technology supply and demand between Japan and Vietnam.
Some MOUs on technology transfer were signed between Vietnamese and Japanese enterprises including of Vinaxuki Company and Nagara Company; Institute of Electronics, IT and Automation and MTI Research Institute; Ha Noi Industry University and Katanyagi Vocational Training Institute.
The Japanese partners also introduced some modern technologies and requirements for purchasing some auxiliary production products from Vietnamese enterprises.
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