Hanoi Business Association (HBA)
No. 445 Doi Can, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
+84 4 3767 4454/ 2212 2725
+84 4 3767 4453
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In the present era, globalization and international economic integration are indispensable. The future of a nation depends on its rapid grasp and integration into that objective process of humanity.
Vietnam's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) helps the domestic business community to gain access to international markets with greater liberalization, to create a complete and transparent domestic business environment. than; There are more opportunities to expand export markets, the ability to attract investment, technology and high technology; Access to modern management experience, advanced.
At the same time, accession to the World Trade Organization also places Vietnamese enterprises in general and enterprises in particular in the face of many challenges and difficulties due to the implementation of international commitments such as tariff reduction. The opening of the service market makes the competition more drastic, removing all direct support from the state to businesses, and indirectly through indirect support through the Association of Business Associations .
As a major economic center of the country with tens of thousands of businesses operating in all sectors of the national economy. The establishment of the Association of City Enterprises in accordance with Decision No. 3837 / QD-UBND dated 30 August 2006 of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has promptly responded to the needs of development, building trust for the business community. Capital in the new era of the country
Mr. Nguyen Hoang Son
Mr. Hoang Long Quang
Mr. Pham Duc Hung
Mr. Nguyen Van Than
Mr. Nguyen Tuan Hai
Mr. Nguyen Quoc Binh
Ms. Ninh Thi Ty
Mr. Phan Thanh Tung