Russian oblast ready to facilitate Vietnamese firms’ investment

Tuesday, 2018-04-17 03:42:56
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Vietnamese Ambassador Ngo Duc Manh and Governor of Kaluga Oblast Anatoly Artamonov
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NDO/VNA - Russia’s Kaluga Oblast is willing to give incentives and help Vietnamese enterprises invest in the region, a local official has said.

Governor of Kaluga Oblast Anatoly Artamonov made the statement during a working session with representatives from the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia on April 16.

Artamonov, head of the Russian region that has the largest cooperation project with Vietnam in a dairy factory invested by TH True Milk, informed Vietnamese Ambassador Ngo Duc Manh about the progress of the project.

The two sides exchanged views on the progress of the project and discussed measures to remove difficulties for enterprises.

Artamonov said the region has provided favourable conditions for Vietnamese firms, but issues related to procedures for Vietnamese labourers to work in the plant must be solved at the government level.

For his part, Ambassador Manh thanked Kaluga’s officials for their aid for Vietnamese enterprises and labourers, affirming that the embassy will help Vietnamese businesses expand in Russia.

Artamonov welcomed Manh’s idea of establishing a cooperative relationship between Kaluga and a Vietnamese locality.

The Russian expressed his belief that when investing in Russia and in Kaluga in particular, TH True Milk is capable of supplying dairy products not only to the Russian market but also other markets.

Kaluga has preferential policies to make it easy for Vietnamese enterprises to invest in Kaluga, he affirmed.