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Doing business with Vietnam

Oslo Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to a workshop on business opportunities in Vietnam.

Vietnam is considered a market with promising business opportunities for Norwegian companies. It is a particularly intersting market for sectors such as marine, maritime, shipbuilding and oil/gas. 

 

To explore the opportunities further, the Oslo Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with The Vietnamese Embassy will arrange a workshop on business oppourtunities Vietnam – Norway, focusing on the various aspects of doing business with, and in, Vietnam.

 

The workshop will take place on the 15th of October in Oslo.

 

To see the full program and to sign up, please visit the Oslo Chamber of Commerce website here.

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