In the afternoon of October 18, University of Economics – The University of Danang (DUE-UD) in collaboration with the National Economics University and Foreign Trade University organized a national scientific conference entitled “Strengthening business links for developing private economy and social enterprises in Vietnam”. This is a scientific activity within the framework of the State-level project code KX01.44 / 16-20 - Assoc. Prof. PhD. Bui Duc Tho is in charge of the topic and State level project code KX01.26 / 16-20 - Assoc. Prof. PhD. Dao Thi Thu Giang is the project leader.
The conference was attended by Assoc. Prof. PhD. Bui Duc Tho - Vice Rector of National Economics University, Assoc. Prof. PhD Dao Thi Thu Giang - Vice Rector of Foreign Trade University and scientists and lecturers from 02 universities of National Economics University and Foreign Trade University; From DUE-UD, there was the participation of Assoc .Prof. PhD Nguyen Manh Toan - Rector, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vo Thi Thuy Anh - Vice Rector and numerous scientists, lecturers and students of the University.
During the opening speech of the conference, Assoc. Prof. PhD. Nguyen Manh Toan said that the private sector in Vietnam has been playing an important role in the country's economic development, contributing to the formation of a competitive environment and a knowledgeable citizen society. Through the Scientific Conference "Strengthening business links to develop the private economy and social enterprises in Vietnam", DUE-UD desires to create an open exchange platform between policymakers, business managers, economic corporations, together with scientists of universities ... about the role of social enterprises, the role of private economy on the occasion of the 4.0 revolution and integration, discussing solutions to promote business links as well as to develop regional economic links, develop private economy and social enterprises in Vietnam. Through the success of this conference, the cooperation and linkage of DUE-UD with economic groups and enterprises, especially with social enterprises in Da Nang city, The Central - Highlands region will be increasingly open, contributing to building a responsible and competent scientific community in the Region.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Manh Toan gave opening speech at the workshop
The seminar took place vigorously with many interesting topics on the development of the private economy and social enterprises in Vietnam such as policies, solutions for forming and developing the private economy and social enterprises, regional economic development in Vietnam. The scientists also discussed and found many solutions to promote the development of industry clusters as well as models and forms for developing private economic links. In the context of the booming technology revolution 4.0 and the period of global integration, experts also raised the issue of promoting business linkages to develop the private economy through typical examples of a number of private economic models in a number of countries in the region and lessons for Vietnamese managers.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dao Thi Thu Giang gave a speech
Scientists discussed vigorously at the workshop
The seminar also listened to 2 reports of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dao Thi Thu Giang and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bui Duc Tho. Besides, there were 4 papers from researchers from Foreign Trade University, National Economics University and DUE-UD: “Development model of textile industry in Vietnam” by MSc. Duong Thi Hoai Nhung; "Financial support to develop small and medium enterprises: Experience from Korea" by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cao Dinh Kien; "Overview of Social Enterprises in Vietnam" by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bui Duc Tho; "Legal barrier to the development of social enterprises in Vietnam" by PhD. Le Thi Thu Hang.
Assessments and opinions of experts and scientists will be organized by the organizing committee and the director board of a state-level scientific project code KX01.44 / 16-20 and a state-level project code KX01.26 / 16-20 absorbed into a rigorous report sent to state management agencies, policymakers, and businesses for appropriate policies that contribute to the development of the private economy in Vietnam in the coming years.