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ONLINE DIALOGUE CONFERENCE BETWEEN BRVT'S GOVERNMENT AND ENTERPRISES IN BRVT PROVINCE
Although the Covid-19 pandemic has been significantly controlled in Vietnam, we can not deny its negative impact to the enterprises in production and business activities in Vietnam, enterprises in BRVT province are also not immune to common difficulties.
In order to promptly solve difficulties and obstacles for businesses to maintain production and business activities in the process of operation and production, the Ba Ria - Vung Tau’s People Committee respectfully organizes an online conference according to the information as below.
- Meeting form: Virtual meeting via Zoom (we will inform the Zoom link after receiving official invitation letter of the provincial People Committee);
- Time: 8:30AM, 8th September, 2022 (specific time will be stated on the official invitation letter of the provincial People Committee)
- Topic: Support and remove difficulties for enterprises in operation, production and business development.
In addition, PC also would like to receive comments from associations, enterprises and investors on difficulties and obstacles in investment and production activities, contributing to the socio-economic development of Ba Ria - Vung Tau province.
Please send us your opinions and questions via email firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31st 2022.
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