The event was organized by BR-VT province in collaboration with Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Vung Tau (VCCI).
Mr. Pham Viet Thanh, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee of BR-VT meeting businessmen
Ba Ria Vung Tau accompanies the enterprises
At the meeting, the Secretary of the BR-VT Provincial Party Committee said: “In the first 9 months and expected last 3 months of the year, despite being affected by the Covid 19 pandemic, the BR-VT economy in which the revenue and development investment are maintained and guaranteed. In the coming time, BR-VT province will focus on more breakthrough solutions, investing in infrastructure and multimedia services to exploit the local strengths, especially the seaport system. On behalf of the provincial leaders, the Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee of BR-VT congratulates and wishes business people to continue their efforts to overcome difficulties and achieve a lot of success in the coming time. BR-VT always shares and accompanies the business community and business people”.
A lot of businessmen and investors attended the celebration of the Vietnamese Entrepreneur Day 13/10
According to the report on the implementation of business support in the province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau in the first 9 months of 2020 shows: Facing the complicated evolution of the Covid 19 epidemic, the situation of attracting new investment from foreign projects decreased over the same period (253.3 million USD / 403.1 million USD). However, domestic investment attraction increased (8,371 billion VND / 7,919 billion VND).
The whole province has 1,293 newly established enterprises, rise 19% over the same period, with a total registered capital of more than 16 trillion VND, rise 33%.
Events and solutions to support enterprises were deployed such as supporting enterprises to access credit capital sources; support for science and technology; trade promotion, market expansion; supporting businesses in recruiting and training businessmen ... Especially the investment environment is interested in improving; promoting administrative reforms to facilitate enterprises, including shortening the time for implementing administrative procedures in the fields of land, construction permits, business establishment, and early registration certificates. It is expected that in the fourth quarter of 2020, BR-VT province will implement the typical model 04 on-site (receiving, appraising, approving and returning results), in order to facilitate quick settlement of some simple administrative procedures for enterprises.
BR-VT commended 7 companies with outstanding achievements in 2019; Awarded certificates of merit to 11 typical advanced enterprises in the past 5 years and 7 reputable exporters. In the photo: Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee (left) Pham Viet Thanh and Mr. Nguyen Van Tho (Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee) awarded certificates of merit and presented flowers to congratulate enterprises.
"No complaints" but need timely policy
Face with new opportunities, difficulties and challenges, enterprises , entrepreneurs, and investors in BR-VT expressed their will to rise, connect, propose solutions to contribute to local construction rapidly developing.
Mr. Paul Stoll, CEO of Royal Hotel Group shared, “Working in Vietnam since 1988, has experienced many crisis both economic and epidemic. However, Vietnam always wins on the path of socio-economic development. Show at, disease CoVid 19 make up the traveling in the country in general and BR-VT province in particular has a strong impact on business activities of enterprises in the tourism sector, including Imperial. However, we The Imperial always determined, must proceed when the market goes down - metamorphosis into opportunity; Re-establishing the structure system, editing the base floor, training to improve the quality of human resources, ready for a new start.
Mr. Paul Stoll, CEO of Imperial Hotel Group
Ms. Nguyen Thi Thao Nhi, Chairman of the Board of Directors, General Director of Thanh Binh Phu My Joint Stock Company, Investor of Phu My 3 Specialized Industrial Park expressed “As an entrepreneur, we will be dedicated to building the core values of the business. industry to contribute to the overall sustainable development and always try to contribute to creating added value to the society ”. With that in mind, Ms. Thao Nhi said: “Along with the policies of“ soft infrastructure ”, the business community also hopes the Government will pay attention to promote investment in“ hard ”infrastructure including connected traffic systems. Southern key economic region - a locality that contributes more than 40% of the country's GDP”.
With 327 members, which are small and medium-sized enterprises, BR-VT Young Entrepreneurs Association shows the voice role of the young business community, as a bridge between businesses and local authorities. Mr. Le Dinh Thang, Chairman of BR-VT Young Entrepreneurs Association said: “In a difficult period due to the impact of the Covid 19 epidemic, the Association on the one hand propagates to members in charge of epidemic prevention, one side visits asked, shared with the difficulties of enterprises, encouraged young businessmen to prioritize the use of each other's products and services, helping each other overcome the difficulties of the Covid pandemic 19. With entrepreneurship, Mr. Thang affirmed that "Entrepreneurs in general and enterprises in BR-VT province in particular do not" complain of suffering ", with our intellect, we are responsible for finding suitable solutions to overcome difficulties and continue to stand firm. and rise up despite the wind and waves ". It is necessary at the moment, according to Mr. Thang, businessmen, businesses need policies of the State, as well as local authorities on debt restructuring, debt rescheduling for businesses affected by Covid 19; lowering lending interest rates to stimulate investment and development demand ... simplifying administrative procedures, shortening time for handling administrative procedures for businesses and people, and combating "stagnant virus" from some officials. civil servants lack a sense of responsibility to support the community.