The Vietnamese Business Club in the Republic of Korea (VBCK) made its debut at a ceremony in Seoul on July 7, drawing the attendance of hundreds of Vietnamese and Korean businessmen.
Speaking at the ceremony, VBCK President Tran Hai Linh said the club is an organisation of enterprises, product-service suppliers, and those want to do business to mobilise individuals and community’s capacity for mutual benefits.
Linh, who is also a member of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee, said the establishment of the club aims at creating an environment of cooperation and information exchange among firms, boosting their collaboration with associations, public agencies and organisations in the RoK, Vietnam, and other countries.
As a result, win-win ties in the fields of economy, trade, science-technology, and culture-education will be enhanced, he added.
The club functions as a representative of Vietnamese businesses and entrepreneurs in the RoK, protecting their legal rights and interests, and increasing trade-investment promotion, technology transfer and culture-education cooperation.
Vietnamese Ambassador to the RoK Nguyen Vu Tu expressed his hope that VBCK will become a forum for Vietnamese businessmen in the RoK to connect and support each other in seizing opportunities and developing their companies.