Coca Cola Vietnam collaborates with the Department of Foreign Affairs, experts from Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV), and other partners for skills-enhancing training courses for local officers.
At the two-day training class on September 10 and 11 in Hanoi, Mr. Bui Thanh Son, Permanent Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, gave a presentation on the global and regional situation and its impact on the progress of Vietnam’s economy. In his talk, he emphasized the importance of improving knowledge and skills for local leaders of the provinces, cities, and agencies in charge of foreign affairs and communications.
Practical program to improve the capacity of local leaders
The training class featured a formidable lineup of lecturers and speakers who contributed insightful information at the event which attracted enthusiastic exchanges and discussions among the participants on economic and integration topics. Among the speakers at the event are Dr. Nguyen Dinh Cung, Director of the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM); Dr. Huynh The Du, Professor of Public Policy at Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management; Mr. Cao Duc Phat, Deputy Head of Standing Committee - Central Economic Division; and Ambassador Nguyen Nguyet Nga, senior advisor to the Diplomatic Academy.
A key discussion point was the economic reform movement in Vietnam, the challenges and difficulties faced in the local implementation of national policies, and how to support domestic companies achieve sustainable growth. One of the lecturers, Dr. Nguyen Dinh Cung, Director of the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM), shared about the reforms of Vietnam's economy to meet requirements in the new phase of global integration. With his strong experience through projects related to economic restructuring and institutional reform, Dr. Nguyen Dinh Cung's presentation has painted the overall picture of the country's economy.
Coca Cola Vietnam works towards a sustainable future
The recent training class is the fourth session of the 3-year program sponsored by Coca Cola Vietnam and developed in cooperation with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Fulbright University Vietnam. The program aims to update diplomatic knowledge, foster management skills, and improve foreign language skills for officials in cities and provinces, as part of the support to improve global integration knowledge for local officer. For 2019, the program focuses on new developments in the global economy and how these impact Vietnam. Discussions during the classes include what officials in management and other leadership positions can do to help local enterprises and the domestic economy move to cope with new opportunities and challenges of the global economic integration.
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