Visitors from the Ministry of Construction of Vietnam (MOC), CONINCO, CONINCO-INVEST have visited and joined in several activities in Japan
Up on an invitation of Mr. President of Saitama Province, Japan; the Principal of Saitama University and M/s SEC Elevator Jsc., a group of governors, leaders and experts from the Ministry of Construction of Vietnam (MOC), CONINCO and CONINCO-INVEST has had a trip to visit, work and join in several activities in the province.
The group, leading by Mr. Bui Pham Khanh – Vice Minister of the MOC, with other members like: Mr. Nguyen Tien Thanh – Director of Management Unit of The Congress Building and the New Ba Ding Hall Projects, Mr. Le Xuan Truong – Deputy Manager of Construction Management Department – MOC, Mr. Nguyen Van Cong – President, General Director of CONINCO, Mr. Do Quoc Huynh – President, General Director of CONINCO-INVEST and many other engineers and experts have come and work with SEC Elevator Company, Nihon Sekkei Consultant Company – the associated of CONINCO which win the award of VIettel Tower Designing Examination (find more details here), visited and worked with Mr.Kyoshi Ueda – President of Saitama Province and also joining in many other public activities in the Province.
In almost the time of the visiting, the Japanese partners have introduced and guided the strongest section of industry, technology and also suggested the Vietnamese side to help introducing, creating advantage conditions for Japanese businesses to step in the market of Vietnam. On behalf of the Vietnamese side, Mr. Bui Pham Khanh – Vice Minister of the MOC has thanked for all the best that the Japanese partners have served for the group, highly appreciating the efforts that the Japanese partners gave to VIetnamese businesses, students, people in Japan. Beside, Mr. Vice Minister has also called for businesses in Saitama especially and Japanese businesses generally to continue learning and investing into Vietnam.
In this special case, Mr. Do Quoc Huynh – President, General Director of CONINCO-INVEST have had discussion, learning and invitations to Japanese businesses.
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