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HCMC – The Indian Business Chamber in Vietnam (INCHAM) will organize a seminar on trade and investments between India and Vietnam in HCMC on November 2.

The highlights of the “INCHAM Business Outlook Seminar Series India-Vietnam Trade & Investments” will include “a UN assessment of the economic impact of Covid-19 on Vietnam: emerging global and regional opportunities for it to build-forward-better”, “Vietnam-India trade and investment relationship: status and outlook” and “Preserving the past and fortifying the future: current situation, perspectives from India-Vietnam”.

The seminar will also focus on investment opportunities in Vietnam for Indians and opportunities and challenges in Vietnam’s renewable energy sector.

Speakers at the seminar will include Dr. Madan Mohan Sethi, Consul General of India in HCMC; Kamal Malhotra, UN resident coordinator in Vietnam; Tran Thi Hai Yen, director of the Investment Promotion Center-South Vietnam; Nguyen Thanh Binh, director of the Trade Information Center, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry-HCMC; Anup Kumar Dave, general director of Kirby South East Asia Co., Ltd.; Hareesha Narayana Shirankallu, director of engineering at Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Vietnam Co., Ltd. and Nguyen Xuan Huy, professor of geology and petroleum engineering.

The event will also feature Kartick Narayan, founder and CEO of Kilo; Abhay Sinha, deputy director general of the Services Export Promotion Council-India; Sanjay Kumar, executive director-cum-secretary of the Carpet Export Promotion Council-India; Murali Krishna Surampudi, joint director of the Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India and R. Selvam, executive director of the Council for Leather Exports-India.

The “INCHAM Business Outlook Seminar Series India-Vietnam Trade & Investments” will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers in District 1.

Admission is free for INCHAM members, VND600,000 for members of other chambers and VND750,000 for non-members.

To register, contact the INCHAM via email incham@gmail.com or hotline 0911 418 132 or register online through https://forms.gle/aMQYdfSQFvYNDX1EA by Wednesday, October 28.

The Indian Business Chamber in Vietnam is a non-profit organization, licensed and established in January 1999 with the objective of strengthening ties between Indian businesses and Vietnamese authorities to promote economic and business relations between Vietnam and India and also to be the focal point of the Indian community in Vietnam.

INCHAM was established in HCMC, which is the commercial hub of Vietnam. INCHAM established its Chapter in Hanoi in October 1999 to further widen and strengthen its presence in Vietnam.

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