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As one of the countries increasingly impacted by climate change, Vietnam is accelerating its transition to become a green economy, which opens up new business opportunities for foreign direct investment in the country.


The Vietnamese government is highly committed to tackle the challenges and meet the targets set by the Power Development Master Plan 8 draft and the related series of Decisions and Decrees approved by the MOIT.

Combined with a number of government incentives for sustainable sectors and environmentally friendly production and business practices, the opportunities for FDI investment in sectors like Renewables, Circular Economy, Environmental Protection among many others are unprecedented.


In this webinar,  Mr. Erick Contreras Board Member of EuroCham's Green Growth Sector Committee & Managing Director BASF Vietnam and Mr. Filippo Scaglia - International Business Advisor of Dezan Shira & Associates will give a comprehensive overview on:

  • Climate and energy: current situation and Vietnam commitments
  • Circular Economy
  • Green financing
  • PDP 8 and Energy-related Policy
  • Potential market for renewable energy and opportunities for foreign investors

This event is collaborated by Dezan Shira & Associates Vietnam and the European Chamber of Commerce Vietnam, who is also the organizer of the first Green Economy Forum & Exhibition in Vietnam (November 28 to 30 in Ho Chi Minh City), combining expertise from Vietnam and several European countries to take part in the transition to a Green Economy with full support of the local authorities. 

Details of the event:

  • Date: Oct 6 2022
  • Time: 4 p.m - 5:30 p.m 
  • Platform: Zoom
  • Fee: Free of charge

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