Samsung urged to realize its investment commitments
21:54 | 11/01/2019
VGP – PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc hoped that Samsung would continue to implement its commitments to expand operations in Viet Nam.

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc (R) and General Director of Samsung Shim Won Hwan, Ha Noi, January 11, 2019 – Photo: VGP/Quang Hieu

PM Phuc made the point on January 11 in Ha Noi while receiving General Director of Samsung Shim Won Hwan.

The host leader praised Samsung’s successful achievements in revenues, export turnovers, job generation in Viet Nam. He also reiterated that the Vietnamese Government extremely attaches importance to Samsung investment projects in Viet Nam and creates favorable ways for the group to do productive business in Viet Nam. 

In return, Mr. Shim Won Hwan expressed his impression on the high economic growth rate in the 100 million population country under the management of the Vietnamese Government. Samsung said the Director is pleased to make contribution to the growth rates. Mr. Shim Won Hwan also treasured the support of the Vietnamese Government and PM during his term in Viet Nam. 

The guest leader stressed that Samsung always regards Viet Nam as a strategic point in its global strategy. Hence, Samsung commits to expanding and doing long-term business in the Southeast Asian nation, he added. 

The Group has expanded operation in Viet Nam including the Research and Development Center Projects and boosted technological transferring. 

At the reception, General Director of Samsung Viet Nam Choi Joo Ho also pledged to spare no effort to serve for Viet Nam’s development. 

In reply, PM Phuc was convinced the new Samsung General Director would attain more success in Viet Nam in the new term. 

He also hoped that in 2019, Samsung would make a more impressive business impression in Viet Nam, converting Viet Nam into an important hub of the group in the global market. 

The Vietnamese Government said PM Phuc wows to stabilize the macro-economy and improve business and investment environment for foreign investors./. 

By Kim Anh 

 

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