Welcoming Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh to visit Intel headquarters, Mr. Keyvan Esfarjani, Executive Vice President of Intel’s Global Supply Chain and Manufacturing Division emphasized Vietnam’s very important role in Intel’s production chain and evaluated Vietnam is a very potential place for technology businesses to continue to expand their operations.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh visits and works with Intel Corporation. (Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac)
The Prime Minister congratulated Intel on the results of operations in the world and in Vietnam, overcoming difficulties caused by the pandemic.
The Prime Minister thanked Intel for trusting investment in Vietnam, highly appreciating Intel’s positive contributions to the economy, export activities, jobs for workers and development of the domestic supply chain; expect Intel to expand investment more in localities outside Ho Chi Minh City.
Emphasizing the spirit of harmonizing benefits and sharing risks, the Prime Minister affirmed that the Vietnamese side will seriously consider Intel’s proposals on the basis of being appropriate to the situation and balancing with other investors.
Senior Vice President of Devices and Services at Google – Rick Osterloh welcomed the Prime Minister to visit Google headquarters. (Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac)
The Prime Minister also visited the corporate headquarters of Google. Rick Osterloh, Senior Vice President of Google, said that in Vietnam, the company wishes to contribute to Vietnam’s economic development and develop a sustainable digital ecosystem.
The Prime Minister welcomed Google’s new cooperation plans in Vietnam, in the context that Vietnam is conducting a comprehensive digital transformation and identified this as a key field in industrialization and modernization of the country; Ask Google for continued support.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh visits and works with Google Group. (Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac)
Previously, receiving Mr. Sandy Gupta, Vice President and Director of the Asia-Pacific region and leaders of Microsoft Corporation, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh congratulated the corporation for promoting and supporting many countries in developing the world. launch the digital transformation program, including Vietnam; I hope Microsoft contributes recommendations for Vietnam to effectively implement the digital transformation program, build a digital government, a digital society, and a digital citizen.
Microsoft Vice President said that this century is the century of Asia and Vietnam is a country with great contributions. Microsoft is investing and implementing big programs such as cloud technology development, artificial intelligence, open source development, and startup support programs.
Microsoft wishes to strengthen cooperation with Vietnam for digital transformation; ensure network security; help Vietnam achieve the goal of reducing emissions to zero by 2050; contribute to help Vietnam build a green economy, digital economy, sustainable development.
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