I believe my first year with the Dutch Business Association Vietnam Board has allowed me to understand and experience the process and decision making conversations that take place at least once a month in running the board. – Pavel Andreyevitsj Poskakukhin
As De Heus we want to support the DBAV actively, as we believe the DBAV contributes to the success of Dutch businesses in Vietnam. Moreover, it’s a very good opportunity for me to get to know people, to learn about doing business in Vietnam and I believe I can contribute to the DBAV with a fresh, young and entrepreneurial mind. – Arno Willemink
I would like to combine my Dutch background and the experiences I get from being connected with various companies and entrepreneurs in Vietnam in my daily work, to contribute to the business relationships between Dutch and Vietnamese businesses. Being a member of the board of the DBAV would enable me to further capitalise on this – Daniel de Waal
The Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) should promptly grasp and introduce new policies and laws, especially those related to the welfare of Vietnamese women in order to help them improve their lives.
Vietnam’s macroeconomy is forecast to continue its stable growth in 2018 but it should overcome three existing hurdles for further development, according to a report released by the Vietnam Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR).