With recent trade dispute between the US and China and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a trend of moving out of China by MNCs has become dominant. A recent survey by Jetro said that 1400 Japanese investors are planning to expand or newly setup business in Viet Nam.
Join EuroCham at our upcoming webinar to get the most updated information about this issue including:
Overview of the tariff war, COVID-19 pandemic and relocation of global supply chain and Vietnam's new international trade commitments. Is the newly signed EVFTA, a large workforce and improved infrastructure in Viet Nam well enough to attract the shift MNCs production lines from China to Viet Nam?
A recent news is that about 3-4 million wireless headphones (AirPods) of the US tech giant – Apple will be produced in Vietnam in 2020. What are the pros and cons of Vietnam as a destination for investors and manufacturers?
What are new measures that the Government of Viet Nam has been undertaking currently to create a better business environment to attract this shift by foreign investors into Viet Nam?
Bruno Jaspaert is General Director at DEEP C Industrial Zones, one of the biggest industrial zone developers in Vietnam. Prior to this position, he has more than 20 years of demonstrated experience with sales, production, project, innovation and strategy management in leading multinational companies throughout Asia and Europe.
Bruno is multilingual team player and builder holding a master’s degree in International Relations and Affairs and a master’s degree in Commercial Engineering from EHSAL Management University.
Manager, International Business Advisory at Dezan Shira & Associates
As Manager of the firm’s Ho Chi Minh City International Business Advisory Trent is responsible for guiding international clients through their market entry process into Vietnam and the wider ASEAN region. Trent has extensive experience advising on the process of pre-market entry assessment to corporate structuring, as well as key tax, accounting and HR matters in Vietnam.
Trent has a wealth of experience working in Asia, having been based in Vietnam for more than 7 years. Prior to joining Dezan Shira & Associates, Trent worked for the Australian Trade and Investment Commission assisting Australian businesses to develop business in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. His work included coordinating and implementing high-level Australia-Vietnam trade missions and pre-investment planning trips for private corporations, in addition to market research and consulting on market entry strategies and business matching in market.