By some estimates, the world should be spending close to $4 trillion per year through 2035 to address global warming, population pressure, and economic needs. From South America to Vietnam, the arduous (and expensive) process of revamping and expanding infrastructure has begun.
Vietnam’s growing economy needs more of everything – power, airports, bridges, railways, ports, industrial parks, and roads. The government knows the challenges and has increasingly turned to the private sector as a source of funding. For American companies and investors, there are great opportunities here, but also great risks.
AmCham members are invited to participate in a roundtable discussion on infrastructure cooperation between the United States and Vietnam at 3:00pm on September 25 with US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Transportation Affairs Hugo Yon and Acting Assistant Secretary of Transportation Joel Szabat.
FUNCTION: Infrastructure Discussion
DATE: Tuesday, September 25
TIME: 3:00pm – 4:15pm
PLACE: Honeywell Office, 14th Floor, Pacific Place, 83B Ly Thuong Kiet Street
DRESS: Business Attire
The discussion will focus on opportunities for US-based firms in transportation and other types of infrastructure including energy. There is no cost to participate but registration in advance is required. If you are interested in attending, click HERE for fast online registration.