VIETNAM SUPPLY CHAIN OUTLOOK 2019
HCMC, Thursday 22 November 08:00 a.m. - 14:00 p.m.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Vietnam’s economy grew 7.1% year over year in the first half of 2018. Manufacturing boomed in the first half of the year (12.9%), fueling the industry and construction segment of the economy (9.1%), while agriculture (3.9%) and services (6.9%) also recorded healthy growth rates.

We’re now in November 2018, and soon the year of 2018 comes to end. As usual, to share the future outlook along the supply chains for the coming year, Vietnam Supply Chain organises the annual forum on Vietnam Supply Chain Outlook 2019 on Thursday 22 November 2018 in HCMC, as an opportunity for market leaders, experts to share and exchange their views, thoughts, concerns for the future.

Why you should join The Vietnam Supply Chain Outlook 2019?

Keep yourself well updated for most of the Hot Trends and Topics of Supply Chain Industry in Vietnam in 2019 covering:

• Market Demand & Consumer Insights
• Legal Updates & Resources
• Sourcing & Procurement
• Manufacturing Supply Chain
• Retail & Distribution
• Cold Chains
• Supply Chain Sustainability
• Supply Chain Resilience

Learn from Supply Chain Peers in Vietnam practically
Network & Expand your SCM circles with 300+ qualified SCM professionals, suppliers.

Reference of previous Forums by Vietnam Supply Chain: https://youtu.be/4wu38bH_3zE
www.vietnamsupplychain.com

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