Amid the oncoming global recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam continues to show some positive signs of growth. This performance is as remarkable as its success in resisting the pandemic. Yet Vietnamese firms must still adapt to the increased competitiveness brought about by newly-signed free trade agreements and the changes in practice and performance caused by the virus. At this forum, experts will discuss how Vietnamese firms will have to adapt to this new normal in order to become and remain successful.
Over the last three years, RMIT Vietnam has organised International Business and Economic forum whereby business community, policymakers and academics throughout Vietnam to discuss aspects of the business and economic environment in Vietnam.
The International Business and Forum 2020 is organised to explore more deeply the new normal of Free Trade Agreements and COVID-19 and their impact on international business. The central theme for the forum this year is:
Vietnam’s International Business in the New Normal: Free Trade Agreements and COVID-19