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Tue, Mar 23 Project 30 Justice Working Group
We, Mar 31 Young Professionals Palooza Party at Purple Jade, Intercontinental Asiana Saigon
Fri, Apr 2, Project 30 (Round 2) Final Review Working Session
We-Sa, Apr 14-17, APCAC Spring Conference – Beijing, China
Mo-Tu, Apr 19-20 Asia/Pacific Business Outlook 2010 – Los Angeles
Fr-Sa, May 7-8, Vietnam Industrial Parks – Investment World 2010 (VietIP-2010)
Events, Meetings, Activities, and Special Offers for Members
Tue, Mar 23 Project 30 Justice Working Group This group, a recent addition to Project 30, will discuss administrative procedures pertaining to the Vietnamese justice system, and in particular, the certification process for lawyers in Vietnam. Click for details and to register online.
We, Mar 31 Young Professionals Palooza Party at Purple Jade, Intercontinental Asiana Saigon Enjoy the Young Professionals Palooza Party, a platform to develop new friendships, networking opportunities and information exchange.
Fri, Apr 2, Project 30 (Round 2) Final Review Working Session Project 30 is the Prime Minister’s high-profile campaign to streamline bureaucracy, reduce red tape, and attack corruption by means of administrative reform. In the first Round, the program produced 256 administrative reforms, and in the 2nd Round, AmCham has identified more than 150 burdsomesome administrative procedures to review. These procedures affect every sector of the Vietnamese economy. This Final Review Working Session will give AmCham companies a final chance to comment directly on the specific red tape/Administrative Procedure that pertains to your businesses in Vietnam. Your comments will be considered and incorporated into the recommendations that we submit to the Prime Minister later in April. Don’t miss this important meeting. Read more, … and Register Online.
We-Sa, Apr 14-17, APCAC Annual Conference – Beijing, China Whether you live in Beijing or Bangladesh, Seoul or Singapore, what happens in China impacts your business. The China-ASEAN Free Trade Area, China’s outbound FDI, and Internet phenomena such as Taobao and Baidu all greatly impact the Asia-Pacific economy. Every year, the Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) hosts a meeting that highlights investment opportunities, macro-economic trends, political and social developments, and offers opportunities to engage with business and government leaders from the region.
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