Vietnamese NA Chairman Wang Tinghui Meets with Chinese Corps

Communication Author: EqualOcean News, ChenZhiheng、JiangShan Apr 10, 2024 02:51 PM (GMT+8)

On the morning of April 8th, during his visit to China, Vietnamese National Assembly Chairman Wang Dinh Hue engaged in discussions with representatives from prominent Chinese corporations such as China Railway Construction Group and China Communications Construction Group. Furthermore, he toured Huawei's Research and Development Center.

During his meeting with Wang Tongzhou, Chairman of China Communications Construction Group Co., Ltd., Vietnamese National Assembly Chairman Wang Dinh Hue highlighted Vietnam's ongoing infrastructure endeavors. These encompass the North-South Expressway, the Lao Cai-Hanoi-Haiphong Railway, among others, and the Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City Railway. Wang Tinghui encouraged Chinese enterprises to participate in Vietnam's bidding processes and conveyed his readiness to facilitate and support Chinese ventures within Vietnam.

Moreover, Wang Dinh Hue convened with representatives from China Energy Construction Co., Ltd. to deliberate on Vietnam's prospective ventures in the sphere of renewable energy. He extended invitations to Chinese firms to propose collaborative ventures.

During his visit to Huawei Group's R&D center, Vietnamese National Assembly Chairman Wang Dinh Hue underscored Vietnam's prioritization of digital transformation. He expressed readiness to collaborate with Huawei and other entities to advance Vietnam's digital economy. Liang Hua, Chairman of Huawei, expressed Huawei's willingness to support Vietnam's 5G network development and contribute to the training of information technology professionals.

Vietnam is actively advancing its renewable energy initiatives and digital economy. Chinese enterprises boast advanced technologies and well-established products in sectors such as information technology and communications, rendering them capable of providing viable solutions to Vietnam. This meeting presents avenues for cooperation and underscores potential collaboration areas for Chinese enterprises, facilitating the export of Chinese industries to Vietnam and fostering mutual economic growth.