How Regional Tax and Trade Developments will Impact Vietnam and ASEAN in 2019

Узнать больше
Sofitel Plaza Saigon
Ho Chi Minh City, Вьетнам
Вторник, 19 Фев (11:30 - 13:30)
17 Le Duan Street, District 1

Vietnam - China Business Outlook 2019 What should European Businesses know?

Узнать больше
Hanoi, Вьетнам
Четверг, 21 Фев (11:30 - 14:00)
1 Thanh Nien, Ba Dinh

Workshop: Strategising the Professional Development of your Workforce

Узнать больше
EuroCham Office in HCMC
Ho Chi Minh City, Вьетнам
Пятница, 22 Мар (08:30 - 11:30)
The Landmark Building, Room 2B, 15th Floor,
5B Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1
Since its establishment with only 60 members in 1998, the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham Vietnam) has grown to represent 900 European businesses in 2016, among which some of the world’s leading companies. With offices in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, EuroCham’s mission is to represent the business interests of its European members in Vietnam, and to improve the business environment in Vietnam for the benefit of all businesses. EuroCham also aims at helping Vietnamese enterprises to successfully meet the many challenges posed by the country’s ongoing global economic integration. As the lead organization representing European business interests in Vietnam, EuroCham works in partnership with the Belgium-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (BeluxCham), the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Vietnam (CCIFV), The Central and Eastern European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (CEEC), the Dutch Business Association Vietnam (DBAV), the German Business Association in Vietnam (GBA), the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (ICham), the Nordic Chamber of Commerce Vietnam (NordCham) and the Spanish Business Group in Vietnam (SBG).

EuroCham is also a member and founder of the EU-ASEAN Business Council, representing European business interests in ASEAN; as well as a founding member of the European Business Organisations (EBO) Network, which promotes the interests of European businesses in more than 30 countries across the globe.