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Trade Second Minister Tan co-chairs 15th SG-VN CMM

SG, Vietnam discussed strengthening bilateral ties and trade and investment.

Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Trade and Industry Tan See Leng co-chaired the 15th Singapore-Vietnam Connectivity Ministerial Meeting (CMM) with Vietnam's Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung on 12 November.

The 15th CMM reviewed progress across the six sectors of economic cooperation under the Singapore-Vietnam CFA, namely investment, information technology and telecommunications, finance, trade and services, education and training, and transportation.

During the meeting, both ministers acknowledged the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic on both countries' economies and reaffirmed their commitment to strengthen their bilateral economic partnership towards recovery. The Ministers also discussed potential opportunities for bilateral cooperation in emerging areas, including renewable energy, digitalisation and innovation, and fintech.

Established in 2006 under the Singapore-Vietnam Connectivity Framework Agreement, the CMM is a cornerstone of bilateral economic relations between Singapore and Vietnam.

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