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Vietnamese, Australian firms seek scope for tech, trade partnerships




Vietnamese and Australian enterprises recently sought partnership opportunities in technology and trade during a forum jointly organised in Ho Chi Minh City by the Vietnamese ministry of science and technology (MoST), the Saigon Innovation Hub, Australia’s department of foreign affairs and trade, and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

The event aimed at supporting the business communities on both sides to cooperate in the transfer of solutions and technologies in the fields of clean energy, high-tech agriculture and digital transformation.

Australia is willing to invite Vietnamese firms to the country to explore new opportunities in clean energy as well as chances to collaborate with Australian partners in technology transfer, Australian consul general in HCM City Sarah Hooper was quoted as saying by a news agency.

Vietnamese and Australian enterprises recently sought partnership opportunities in technology and trade during a forum jointly organised in Ho Chi Minh City by the Vietnamese ministry of science and technology (MoST), the Saigon Innovation Hub, Australia’s department of foreign affairs and trade, and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

Citing a survey on the demands for technology renovation in Vietnam’s industrial sector, Prof. Eryk Dutkiewicz from the University of Technology Sydney said most enterprises in Vietnam want to explore and access new technologies to raise productivity and engage more deeply in the global supply chain, providing products and services with higher economic value.

However, he said, the firms need further support during the process of accessing information and advanced technologies.

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