BizLIVE - Domestic and foreign policymakers and experts will gather in Ho Chi Minh City on November 27 to analyze the Vietnamese logistics sector, which is vital to the country’s global and regional economic integration.
Vietnam to Look into Logistics Sector at Conference Friday
Vietnamese logistics firms are struggling to compete with foreign peers. (Photo: Internet)
The BizLIVE newspaper and the Vietnam Logistics Association (VLA) will co-organize a conference where attendees will take a deep look into Vietnam’s logistics industry, in the context the country is accelerating integration into regional and international trade blocs including the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), which will take shape by the year-end.
Guests from logistics associations in ASEAN countries will also share their experiences in developing this sector.
The event will drive the participation of representatives of Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade, the General Department of Vietnam Customs, the VLA and logistics associations of the other nine ASEAN countries.
Vietnamese logistics providers are facing fierce competition from 25 foreign peers, who control a 75% share of the local logistics market, valued at some $40 billion. The rest is held by 1,300 local firms.
BizLIVE will bring the conference live to readers.