Vietnamese-origin billionaire promotes economic links between VN & European nations
At the invitation of President of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milorad Dodik, billionaire Mai Vu Minh - Chairman of the Board of Directors of SAPA Thale group based in Germany and other leaders of the group paid a working visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The trip was carried out within the framework of an investment cooperation program between SAPA Thale Group and the government and leading firms of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Potential areas for the investment cooperation under this program include finance - banking, high technology development, infrastructure development, transportation, real estate, hotels - tourism, and agriculture. The program will be implemented not only in Vietnam, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Germany, but also in many other countries.
|Billionaire Mai Vu Minh in a meeting with President of Bosnia-Herzegovina Milorad Dodik at the Presidency Building.|
At the meeting with leaders of SAPA Thale Group, President of Bosnia - Herzegovina Milorad Dodik confirmed: “Bosnia and Herzegovina is a stable country. Partners are welcome and always receive full support from the authorities at all levels."
Previously, on June 5, Minh and other leaders of SAPA Thale Group paid a working visit to the Republic of Serbia at the invitation of First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić.
Minh, a Vietnamese-origin billionaire, was recently praised as a great investor and an influential billionaire on the global financial world and governments by the International Business Times. So far, he has met with more than 30 top leaders in the world such as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Russian President Vladimir Putin, US President Donald Trump, and China President Xi Jinping.
Last year, Vietnam had many activities to promote trade and economic relations with Bosnia - Herzegovina. Particularly, a trade promotion delegation to Bosnia - Herzegovina and Croatia was organized by the Vietnamese Embassy in Hungary in May.
According to Vietnamese representatives, Vietnam wishes to strengthen information exchange, organize market research teams, attend fairs - exhibitions, connect and support businesses of Bosnia - Herzegovina and Croatia to do business with Vietnam.
The Bosnian - Herzegovina and Croatia sides highly appreciated the delegation's efforts in seeking solutions to promote trade and economic relations between Vietnam and the two countries and committed to working closely with Vietnam to bring trade and economic relations to new heights. Businesses of Bosnia - Herzegovina and Croatia expressed their interest in Vietnamese goods and wished to cooperate in doing business and investment with Vietnamese enterprises.