At the invitation of the Chinese Party General Secretary and President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping, Vietnam Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh had attended and spoke at the 2021 Global Trade in Services Summit in the form of video recording.
This was the main activity within the framework of the 2021 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) co-organized by the Ministry of Commerce of China. The CIFTIS had been held from 2 September to 7 September in Beijing.
With the theme “Digitalization opens the future, services promote development”, the leaders of the participating countries had focused on recognizing and evaluating the importance of the digitalization trend for the socio-economic development of each country. They also assessed the impact of the trend on the region and the world, especially in the context of the complicated development of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vietnam Prime Minister Chinh’s speech was on Vietnam’s views on the development of the digital economy, digital technology, and international cooperation in this field.
The conference was an opportunity for leaders to propose methods to strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation in fields related to the digital economy and e-commerce, seek new drives for sustainable development, economic growth, bringing practical benefits to the people of each country as well as to the international community.
At the Conference, the world’s leading technology enterprises shared the latest scientific and technological applications, digital in production activities, commercial services, business, supply chain.
The China International Fair for Trade in Services 2021 was the largest scale of its kind. It had the participation of more than 700 enterprises inside and outside China. Besides the main activities, this year’s fair also organized 15 related conferences and forums such as the Global Ecological Sustainable Development Forum, the Carbon Neutral Forum… This was also the first time Vietnamese enterprises participated in both offline and online formats.
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