Central Vietnam for Labor-Intensive Manufacturing

Hong Kong | November 15, 2016

Since the signing of Free Trade Agreements (FTA) and the coming ratification of The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) amongst twelve of the Pacific Rim countries, the manufacturing sector of Vietnam is expedited and it will become dominant in the coming 2017. Not only can the new FTA and TPP accelerate economic growth and reform, but Vietnam will also become more open to foreigners, which is conducive to doing business in Vietnam. Vietnam central has embarked on the economical bandwagon. The characteristics of abundant supply of labour and tax holidays there can attract overseas countries to seize investment opportunities in Vietnam.

Federation of Hong Kong Industries cooperates again with Vietnam Singapore Industrial Parks (VSIP), to organise a seminar that probes into the exploration of labour-intensive industries in Central Vietnam; with Vietnam trade office in Hong Kong/Macau, HKBAV and Dezan Shira & Associates as co-organisers. This seminar is supported by Hong Kong Footwear Assocation and Hong Kong Productivity Council. We gather Vietnam Government officials and experts in the leading international private sector to share important changes in Central Vietnam with us. 


  • Vietnam for footwear, textile, appeals and garment manufacturing
  • Factory Development and construction management
  • Home appliance component manufacturing in central Vietnam
  • Singapore as springboard for ASEAN business


Time: Tuesday, November 15 2016, 1:00PM - 5:00PM

To register for this event, please click here. The event is is free of charge. Refreshments will be provided.


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