The EuroCham 'White Book of Trade / Investment Issues & Recommendations' - the Whitebook - is published annually by the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam and identifies the year’s focal business, trade and investment issues affecting our members, the business community and, in many cases society at large.
Compiled from position papers drafted by the chairs of our Sector Committees, the Whitebook identifies issues inhibiting businesses in Vietnam, between Vietnam and the EU and other relevant areas such as WTO commitments and compliance. The Whitebook offers holistic and realistic recommendations to the relevant local, national, regional and European authorities. Each chapter provides a concise overview of the particular issues affecting business as well as key recommendations for each chapter, to help the Government prioritise their efforts.
The Whitebook aims to inform heads of relevant ministries and departments of the Vietnamese Government, the Delegation of the European Union to Vietnam, Ambassadors, Consuls and Trade Commissioners of the European member state missions in Vietnam, and international, sectoral and partner organisations in Vietnam.
EuroCham Whitebook 2014
On 11 November 2013, EuroCham launched the sixth edition of its ‘Whitebook of Trade/Investment Issues and Recommendations’. This annual publication provides a comprehensive overview of the current business, economic and regulatory environment in Vietnam, from the perspective of the European business community. The purpose of the publication is to inform policy making and serve as a foundation for further constructive dialogue between the European business community and the Vietnamese Government.
The Whitebook 2014 will be delivered to EuroCham members (free of charge)
Additional copies are available a following rate:
Member: VND 2,000,000/ 1 additional copy
Non-member: VND 10,000,000/ 1 copy
The materials can be picked up at EuroCham offices in Hanoi and HCMC or be mailed to you (postage fees apply).
Read the Whitebook 2014 online
For enquiries please contact:
Ms. Maylis Labayle
Tel: 84-4-3715 2228
Please consult the individual Sector Committees to see their positions on various business, trade and investment issues.
Please click here to access previous issues of EuroCham Whitebook