Dustin Daugherty at the Vietnam-US Trade Forum 2020: How Vietnam Can Attract More US Firms
Head of North American Business Development, Dustin Daugherty, was honored to speak at this year’s Vietnam – US Trade Forum 2020.
Held in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam, on November 18 2020, the Vietnam – US Trade Forum 2020 celebrated 25 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries, which restarted in July of 1995.
Dustin joined experts and officials from both sides of the ocean during the forum, which was focused on improving and facilitating trade and economic engagement between the United States and Vietnam.
With current travel restrictions in place, Dustin joined the forum on Zoom and presented on the United States – Vietnam relationship as a whole, potential changes with a Biden administration, and how Vietnam could take advantage of US firms shifting supply chains from China.
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- Why Vietnam Has Become A Promising Alternative For US Businesses In Asia
- Relocating Production To Vietnam For US Businesses: What You Need To Know
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