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Taiwan to expand investment in VN

VGP – Taiwanese businesses will expand investment activities and continue with projects in Viet Nam, said Chairwoman of the Council of the Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce to Viet Nam Liu Mei Teh.

06/05/2014 14:31

Photo: VGP/Nhat Bac

Ms. Liu Mei Teh was received by PM Nguyen Tan Dung on June 5 on sidelines of the mid-term Viet Nam Business Forum 2014.

The PM told his guest that Taiwanese businesses are successful in Viet Nam, making practical benefits for both sides. 

The Vietnamese Government will continue to improve its business environment to facilitate foreign investors' successful and long-term investment in Viet Nam, including that of Taiwanese, the Government leader stressed.

He referred to China’s illegal deployment of its oil rig Haiyang Shiyou - 981 in Viet Nam’s exclusive economic zone and continental shelf, which has led to spontaneous demonstrations in some provinces. Some extremists taking advantage of the events violated law and destroyed property and estates of some foreign businesses, including Taiwanese ones.

The Government promptly directed relevant forces to deal with the issue and set up working groups to support each business and help them re-operate, he added.

Ms. Liu Mei Teh hailed the quick response together with synchronous measures taken by the PM and relevant ministries and localities to stabilize the situation, ensure security and safety and create the most possible conditions for Taiwanese businesses’ operation.

She suggested the Government further support damaged businesses, especially tax policy.

She expressed thanks to the Government’s assistance, saying it will help foreign businesses, including Taiwanese ones, operate productively in the future.

By Thuy Dung