It has been a tumultuous year to date for Vietnam’s fast-moving economy. Many are seeking to gain insight into the driving forces behind this change, the impact it has had on investor confidence, and what implications it may hold for the future. In this free webinar, EuroCham delved into these topics and listened to seasoned experts break down the , which was prepared by Decision LabTim Evans, CEO of HSBC Vietnam, and Thue Quist Thomasen, the CEO of Decision Lab, were on-hand to skillfully tackle hot market topics head-on, while EuroCham Vice-Chairman Torben Minko led the discussion. More than 70 attendees joined.


Mr. Tim Evans provided an expert evaluation of the current global, regional, and country-specific macroeconomic landscape, supported by the latest research data compiled by HSBC’s renowned team of analysts.


After that, Mr. Thue Quist Thomasen presented a detailed analysis of the Q1 2023 Business Climate Index (BCI) and its link with Vietnam’s dynamic consumer market.


Pictured: On the left upper side, Mr. Thue Quist Thomasen, CEO of Decision Lab. On the right upper side Mr. Torben Minko, Vice-Chairman of EuroCham. At the center, Mr. Tim Evans, CEO of HSBC Vietnam.


The event culminated in a Q&A session, where attendees raised a range of topics from the anticipated recovery of the tourism industry to the forecasted major foreign direct investment projects, and Vietnam’s green growth trajectory.


We firstly express our gratitude to the speakers and moderator for their informative exchange. We also thank the audience for their active participation and thoughtful questions. Finally, we also hope everyone gained valuable wisdom from the event.


To conclude, we are pleased to announce that the webinar is now available on YouTube! Simply click here to gain access and see what insights were shared. We highly recommend you check it out!

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