HCM City seeks investment from US businesses, summit told HCM City boasts opportunities for U.S. partners: Municipal leader Vietnam- US trade turnover reached over US$ 38 billion in the first half of 2020 HCM City seeks investment from US businesses, summit told HCMC opens door to U.S. investors HCM City boasts opportunities for US partners:
The American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam-Ho Chi Minh City (AmCham Vietnam) is looking to expand its Executive Team in HCMC to include an engaging and talented person as its Advocacy & Communications Manager. This newly created role reflects the growing membership and desired investment to make AmCham Vietnam the most strategic, influential, and dynamic business association in Vietnam that drives innovation and helps its member companies succeed in Vietnam.
Chad Ovel, currently AmCham Vietnam-HCMC Vice Chairman and Mekong Capital Partner, has been elected as the new 2020 Chairman of AmCham Vietnam-HCMC, effective on June 1.
On March 25, the EXIM Board of Directors unanimously approved four new, time-limited emergency measures. The measures will temporarily expand the types of financing EXIM can provide as part of the U.S. government’s efforts to address and mitigate the economic crisis in the coming months. The emergency measures will be in place for one year
On behalf of the VBF, we would like to solicit your input on how to improve the business environment in Vietnam. These are anxious times for our workforce, captains of industry, and country leaders. The Vietnam Business Forum is one of our most effective channels for advocacy matters, providing as it does a direct and
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today announced the“Path Forward” program, an initiative to address how Americans and businesses can return to work safely, successfully, and sustainably.
The program includes a comprehensive framework of considerations, an event series that will feature diverse viewpoints from the public and private sectors, and recommendations on the practices and policies needed to begin a phased process to bring the full American economy back to work.
Recommended precautions for most healthy individuals are careful hand washing, avoiding touching your face, disinfecting frequently-touched hard surfaces, and practicing social distancing, including avoiding large gatherings.
We at AmCham want to support local businesses which contribute so much to our quality of life in Vietnam by inviting them to join our 2020 AmCham Discount Partnership Program. Please consider joining for your company or refer a favorite local business by sending their email address or a copy of their business card to Membership Manager Sam Hoang at [email protected]
AmCham Vietnam was awarded the Certificate of Merit for its contributions, led and coordinated by AmCham’s Human Resources (HR) Committee, to the stakeholders’ consultation process of the Revised Labor Code. Mr. Trung Pham, Advocacy Lead of the HR Committee, represented AmCham’s HR Committee to receive the Certificate from Mr. Hoang Quang Phong, Vice President of VCCI. This award was presented during a meeting organized by VCCI together with other Chambers in Hanoi on March 4.
AmCham Vietnam-HCMC launched a 36-hour flash survey of its members from February 18-20 to measure the business impact in Vietnam of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. Over 170 AmCham Vietnam-HCMC members participated; 140 responded to the manufacturing survey questions. Key takeaways below:
Chuc Mung Nam Moi! Happy Tet to our AmCham members and friends as we welcome in the Vietnamese New Year 2020 – the year of the Rat. As Vietnam embarks on the most important festival of year, we wish you all a very special holiday time, where many traditions with family and friends are observed and celebrated all over Vietnam. The colors, flowers, and foods of the season are among some of the special things shared and celebrated. We were honored to join several Tet celebrations, including those of the People’s Committees of Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang, among others.