On August 11th 2016, the Vietnam Economists Annual Meeting (VEAM) was launched at Da Nang University of Economics. This has been the 9th VEAM in Vietnam and attracted over 120 scholars and researchers from Vietnam and globally recognized institutions (Japan, Australia, US, France,etc.) who specialize in economic development, emerging markets, regional and international trade and financial instruments.
On August 10th 2016, the State Commission on Overseas Vietnamese (SCOV) held a talk forum with several Da Nang agencies including departments of Foreign Affairs, Science and Technology, Internal Affairs, Information and Communications, Industry and Trade, etc. on mobilizing the strength of Vietnamese elites living and working overseas.
Intensive global integration requires Viet Nam to enhance national competitiveness, promote the economy and science and technology for sustainable development and a strong Viet Nam’s image in the region and the world. The consensus of all the Vietnamese, especially overseas Vietnamese, is a prerequisite for the development of Viet Nam.
On 12th February 2015, almost 150 overseas Vietnamese home for the Tet Holiday or staying in Da Nang attended the Lunar New Year Get-Together organised by the Da Nang Fatherland Front’s Committee, the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Overseas Vietnamese Relations Committee. Mr. Vo Cong Tri - Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee, Mr. Huynh Duc Tho – Chairman of the People’s Committee and Mr. Huynh Nghia, Vice Chairman of the People’s Council and Chairman of the Fatherland Front’s Committee were present at the event.
On the 30th January 2015, the Da Nang’s Overseas Vietnamese Relations Committee summarized its activities in 2014 and made proposals for operations in 2015. During the past year, the Committee continued to act as a bridge connecting relevant domestic and overseas Vietnamese organisations and individuals. Most remarkably, the Committee has been active in the mobilisation of overseas Vietnamese to support humanitarian programmes and activities in Da Nang. It has also been attentive to the aspirations and suggestions from overseas Vietnamese who came back to visit or stayed in Da Nang to make suitable recommendations to the city government in order to better assist and ensure the legal interests of overseas Vietnamese.
On the 30th January 2015, the Da Nang’s Overseas Vietnamese Relations Committee summarized its activities in 2014 and made proposals for operations in 2015. During the past year, the Committee continued to act as a bridge connecting relevant domestic and overseas Vietnamese organisations and individuals. Most remarkably, the Committee has been active in the mobilisation of overseas Vietnamese to support humanitarian programmes and activities in Da Nang. It has also been attentive to the aspirations and suggestions from overseas Vietnamese who came back to visit or stayed in Da Nang to make suitable recommendations to the city government in order to better assist and ensure the legal interests of overseas Vietnamese.
The Association of Khmer Vietnamese in the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Committee for Overseas Vietnamese Affairs (COVA), HCM city branch and Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine on January 24 provided free medical check-ups and gifts for 500 poor OVs and Cambodian people living in Phnom Penh. Nguyen Thi Hanh, Vice Chairwoman of COVA’s HCM city branch said this is an annual activity held by HCM City to help poor OVs and Cambodian people have a happy Lunar New Year. It also aims to promote friendship and solidarity between Vietnam and Cambodia.
The Consulate General of the Vietnam Embassy in Sydney Hoang Minh Son delivered a keynote address on December 1 at a business forum held by the Australian Chapter of the Vietnamese Business Association.
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