Speaking at a recent working session between Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and representatives of Vietnamese overseas trade offices, Hoan said trade promotion should be combined with tourism and cultural promotion to create reciprocity. between agencies.
He proposed that the prime minister instruct ministries and agencies to appoint agricultural advisers in key markets who will help domestic companies get updates on export markets.
Relevant associations need to coordinate closely to reduce costs and risks, the minister said, noting that an export alliance would help companies increase their competitiveness while joining global supply chains.
In response, Prime Minister Chinh requested trade offices to continue market research and advise the government in market development strategy, as well as recommendations to associations, enterprises and localities, helping them to define and adjust production and business plans.
The offices have also been tasked with seeking more partners, connecting domestic and foreign enterprises, and attracting foreign investors in areas such as mechanical, processing-manufacturing, electronics, supporting industries, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
They should pay more attention to sending Vietnamese interns and workers abroad to enable them to access advanced technologies, meeting Vietnam’s development requirements, the prime minister said.
He instructed MARD to intensify negotiations to boost Vietnamese agricultural exports and promote shipments through the official channel, and coordinate with localities to ensure their production meets established standards.