Mazars Vietnam supports CEEC in the booklet – Doing business in Vietnam

Mazars is delighted to introduce you the latest booklet by CEEC: Doing Business in Vietnam which provides investors with information about the Vietnamese market and its most potential sectors, together with a general overview about CEEC with contacts info for companies when needing support from the Chamber.
For this publication, Mazars Vietnam supported CEEC as a co-author of the technical sections on financial, tax and legal regulations.

The demand on doing business with Vietnamese companies in the EU and in Vietnam, as the investing in the country is on the rise in Central and Eastern European countries thanks to the historical relations, the acknowledged rise of the Vietnamese (and ASEAN) economy and the coming EUVFTA as well as Central and Eastern European Governments’ Vietnam focused business supporting actions and programs. CEEC is playing a crucial rule in channeling the needs and proposal towards the Vietnamese business by having strong relations towards the homeland Governments as well as the Vietnamese decision makers. The guide is a tool to diverse and to facilitate the outreach to the companies by highlighting the potential in the Vietnamese market on general and with special focus on some sectors and the benefits of the FTA. The know-how of doing business in Vietnam is missing despite the old traditional relations. 

In this publication, you will find the highlighted contents as per listed below:

  • About CEEC and contact info with native languages
  • Vietnam political and economic outlook
  • EU – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA)
  • Vietnam at a glance for business
  • Sectors introduction:
    • ICT Vietnam
    • Education
    • Agriculture
    • Healthcare
    • Clean Technologies
  • CEEC members & Sponsors

Download the full issue at CEEC's website


About CEEC

The Central and Eastern European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (CEEC) is an independent non-profit organisation. Our main goal is to support CEE backed companies which are already active in Vietnam, strengthen the CEE related business community in Vietnam, connect local businesses with CEE, and advise new entrants on the challenges in this  market.


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