Tran Ba Phuc, Chairman of the Vietnam Business Association of Australia (VBAA), said the Vietnamese community here number more than 320,000, along with nearly 30,000 students. Since this year marks the 45th anniversary of the countries’ diplomatic ties and witnesses the upgrade of bilateral ties to a strategic partnership, a number of high-level mutual visits have been organised, including a trip to Australia by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc last March. The VBAA has also worked with Vietnam’ representative agencies to organise many practical events popularising the country’s images in Australia and promoting bilateral trade and investment, he noted. At the meeting, the expatriates pointed out obstacles to applying to keep Vietnamese nationality. They also asked for books teaching Vietnamese to be posted on the Internet so that their children can have easier access since similar books in Australia have become outdated. They raised questions about procedures for investing in Vietnam, noting that they want to contribute to the homeland’s development. Some representatives of the community also called for policies to be reformed so that they can help apply Australia’s advanced technologies and experience in Vietnam, especially in the fields of Australia’s strength like education and hi-tech agriculture. Welcoming the… Read full this story
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