PM receives President and CEO of Siemens

Siemens has effectively collaborated with the nation in many areas, especially renewable energy and transport.


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Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính (right) had talks with President and CEO of Siemens Group Roland Busch in Hà Nội on Monday. — VNA/

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HÀ NỘI — Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính on Monday received Roland Busch, visiting President and CEO of Siemens Group – a German-based technology group that has run its representative office in Việt Nam since 1993.

Affirming the importance of deepening relations with Germany in all fields, the PM said he is pleased to see that, after nearly five decades of diplomatic relations and more than a decade of strategic partnership, the nations’ ties have been continuously strengthened and developed, particularly in trade and investment.

He stated that Việt Nam has been improving its institutional system and policies for a better business climate of convenience, equality, safety, stability, and transparency, with commitment to creating favourable conditions for enterprises, including those from Germany like Siemens, to invest and conduct long-term and effective business in the country. Vietnam protects their legitimate rights and interests in all circumstances on the basis of mutual benefits.

Appreciating Việt Nam’s potential and business climate, Busch said Siemens has effectively collaborated with the nation in many areas, especially renewable energy and transport.

He highlighted the group’s desire to expand cooperation, investment, and business in Việt Nam, particularly regarding digital transformation, green transition, electric car manufacturing, infrastructure for national data centres, and urban and high-speed railway development.

Chính proposed Siemens promote technology transfer and innovation in Việt Nam and support the country in high-quality human resources training, finance, and digital transformation.

The PM hoped the German group will transfer technology for renewable energy development, expand its production and market of electric cars, and establish a research and development centre in Việt Nam. He welcomed the company’s cooperation, technology transfer and capital provision to help Việt Nam develop its railway system.

Agreeing with Chính, Busch said Siemens will continue to support the nation in training human resources and its enterprises in going global, while working with local ministries, sectors, and localities to implement specific projects to realise the PM’s recommendations.

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