According to him, the city’s leadership is keen on boosting collaboration with the Canadian government in numerous fields such as response to climate change, education, trade, and smart city’s development.
|Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong (R) receives Canadian Ambassador to Vietnam Deborah Paul. Photo: hcmcpv.org.vn|
Phong noted that the city’s smart urban area project is developing rapidly and the city hoped Canada, with its experience and modern technologies, could assist the city in this field.
For her part, Ms. Deborah Paul revealed that by the end of 2018, Canadian businesses had invested USD 118 million in 80 projects in the city. She also hoped that the bilateral cooperation would be expanded in various fields in the time to come, contributing to strengthening the two countries’ relations.
Translated by Trung Thanh
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