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COVID-19 is a truly global problem, touching every corner of the world including our country, Vietnam. From the direct health impact to economic, social, and political consequences, the pandemic has the potential to reshape countries across the globe.

 During the current situation, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has stated that they stand ready to provide financial assistance and policy advice to help the Government of Vietnam contain the spread of COVID-19. Last week, ADB has even tripled the size of its response to the pandemic to US$20 billion and approved measures to streamline its operations for quicker and more flexible delivery of assistance.

Join EuroCham and our honoured guest speaker at upcoming Zoom webinar to gain insights on how the supporting package will help our business:

• How is this supporting package of 20 billion USD split? What percentage is for the public and private sectors? How will ADB support in streamlining the review process?

• Update on the types of packages that ADB can offer to Viet Nam. Whether it will be quick-disbursing budget support, policy-based lending, or expedited disbursement of existing loans.

• ADB's view on whether the supporting packages announced by Vietnamese government are sufficient and how to use them effectively? Policy recommendations to support Vietnamese economic recovery after COVID-19 pandemic.


  • Mr. Eric Sidgwick (Country Director of Vietnam Resident Mission, ADB)

    Mr. Eric Sidgwick

    Country Director of Vietnam Resident Mission, ADB

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    The ticket fee will be as 200,000 VND for payment made before 29 April and 300,000 VND for payment made before event’s date.

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