The Prime Minister wants the world’s leading technology corporations to expand investment in Vietnam
Intel assesses Vietnam as a potential place for technology businesses
At the Prime Minister’s meeting with Intel, Executive Vice President of Intel’s Global Supply Chain and Manufacturing Division – Mr. Keyvan Esfarjani – emphasized the very important role of Vietnam in Intel’s production chain, as well as the important role Vietnam plays in Intel’s production chain. role of Vietnamese factories. In Vietnam, Intel has invested in a chip assembly and testing factory. To date, Intel has completed its investment commitment in phase I. Intel Vietnam has won the highest award for quality of the corporation in 2021, which is a testament to the quality of human resources and the importance of the factory. Intel Vietnam to the Group.
Intel highly appreciates Vietnam’s infrastructure, human resources, etc., and evaluates Vietnam as a very potential place for technology businesses to continue to expand their operations.
The group believes that the demand for semiconductor products will be huge as the world develops new technologies associated with big data. In the context of the current volatile world, Intel wants to harmonize supply by expanding investment in many places.
The Prime Minister congratulated Intel on the results of operations in the world and in Vietnam, overcoming difficulties caused by the pandemic in 2021; thank Intel for trusting investment in Vietnam, appreciating the 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. Based on the relationship between Vietnam and the US, the Prime Minister believes that Intel’s investment in Vietnam is a smart choice.
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.
Apple wants to expand its supply chain in Vietnam
Talking with Apple Group CEO Tim Cook, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh assessed that Apple products have become very popular around the world, including Vietnam. Vietnamese people of all ages, especially in urban areas, are very fond of Apple’s technology products. With the global digital economy growing strongly, it is certain that Apple products will be more and more interested.
The Prime Minister expressed his delight at the fact that Vietnam is moving deeper into the global supply chain, including the assembly of some Apple devices. The Prime Minister proposed that Apple Corporation focus on investing in developing business activities in Vietnam, bringing Apple products to a wide range of customer segments, and Vietnam will become one of the typical markets. of Apple in the Asia region.
Mr. Tim Cook thanked the Vietnamese Government for creating favorable conditions for Apple to do business in Vietnam, participating more and more deeply in the Vietnamese market in recent years. Apple wishes to expand the supply chain in the Vietnamese market, coordinating with Vietnamese businesses that have the conditions and standards to participate in Apple’s value chain.
Mr. Tim Cook affirmed that he would actively consider the Prime Minister’s proposal on increasing the number of domestic suppliers and raising the rate of using domestic services and goods higher in Apple products in the near future. next time. Apple hopes that the Vietnamese Government will continue to have preferential policies to encourage US high-tech enterprises to develop business and invest in Vietnam.
Google hopes to develop a sustainable digital ecosystem in Vietnam
With Google, in Vietnam, in the context of Covid-19, Google has cooperated with Government agencies to bring official information about the pandemic to people, businesses and information about the preparation of the Government. for post-pandemic economic recovery. Google wishes to contribute to Vietnam’s economic development and the development of a sustainable digital ecosystem.
At the meeting with a representative of Google, the Prime Minister highly appreciated Google’s cooperation activities with the Vietnamese side over the past time, and welcomed Google’s new cooperation plans in Vietnam, in the context of Vietnam’s ongoing progress. comprehensive digital transformation and identify this as a spearhead field in industrialization and modernization of the country; suggested that Google continue to support Vietnam in this field, promote programs to support digital transformation for Vietnamese businesses, thereby, contributing to the process of building a digital government, digital economy and society. Vietnamese numbers.
At noon on May 17, local time, in San Francisco, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh attended a seminar on innovation and entrepreneurship organized by Asia Society.
The Prime Minister wished the US partners to continue promoting cooperation activities in general and innovative start-ups in particular. Startup cooperation between the two sides should focus on issues that are of concern to the world and that the two countries are promoting cooperation, such as climate change response, digital transformation, technology transformation, and supply chain diversification. application…
The Prime Minister said that the Government is perfecting institutions and policies to welcome startups. Along with that, Vietnam is promoting the preparation of technical infrastructure such as information technology, large databases, and training of better quality human resources to be ready when foreign investors enter Vietnam. .
Responding to a question from Meta Group’s Director of Southeast Asia and South Asia about the request to have a special cooperation group with Vietnam on digital transformation, especially in regulations related to the technology industry, the Prime Minister emphasized. emphasized that “human resources are the most valuable” and proposed to cooperate in improving the capacity and quality of human resources to serve the startup ecosystem, digital transformation, and innovation.
In addition, infrastructure related to science and technology development needs to continue to be invested and improved in quality to meet the general development requirements. “But the issue of “where is the money first”, we really want to mobilize financial resources through public-private partnership. Developing countries like Vietnam need to prioritize resources from developed countries”, Prime Minister said.
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