In 1996, by express will of the RS Viet Nam Embassy in Italy, with the help of the Center for Vietnamese Studies in Turin, in an environment already rich in associations and institutions linked to Vietnam the Italy Vietnam Chamber of Commerce was founded.
In 2000, the Italian Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce was recognized by the Ministry of International Commerce of Rome (DM 15.2.2000, n.96) and was registered in the Register of Italian Foreign Chambers of Commerce held at Unioncamere.
The Italian Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce is the ideal and reliable partner for any company, both large and small, which intends to start or improve its economic and business relations to and from Viet Nam, or develop contacts with customers , suppliers and business partners.
Through the Italian Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce, companies can create a network, they can benefit from the services of accredited professional operators and they can exchange feedback.
The Italian Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce allows its members to have privileged contact with entities, institutions, associations and other Chambers of Commerce present in Italy and Viet Nam.
The Italy Vietnam Chamber of Commerce deals with the development of economic and entrepreneurial relations, the development of business opportunities between Vietnamese and Italian companies, as well as encouraging Italian companies to invest in Viet Nam.
The Chamber collaborates with Vietnamese and Italian institutions aiming at increasing the growth of relations between two countries, supports and promotes conferences, seminars, fairs, and events aimed at improving the knowledge of Vietnam, its economy, culture. At the same time, the Chamber promotes the opportunities that Vietnam can offer to those who want to go there for business, culture and tourism.
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Bac Giang Province topped the list with registered capital exceeding US$824.3 million, accounting for 26.6 percent of the total and up 8.4 times compared with the same period last year.
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