SAPA Thale group promotes economic ties between Bosnia - Herzegovina, Germany and VN

Thursday, Jun 13, 2019 10:15

Billionaire Mai Vu Minh, chairman of German company SAPA Thale group, meets with the President of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Milorad Dodik, on Monday. — Photo courtesy of the group

Mai Vu Minh, billionaire chairman of German company SAPA Thale group, has met with Bosnia and Herzegovina President Milorad Dodik.

He was in the country at the invitation of Dodik, heading a company delegation that also comprised Nguyen Dac Nghiep, its CEO and a German lawmaker, and other company executives.

The trip, which began on Monday (June 10), took place within the framework of a bilateral investment co-operation programme between SAPA Thale group and the Government and leading enterprises of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The potential areas for investment co-operation are finance - banking, technology, infrastructure, environment, energy, transportation, real estate, hotels - tourism, and agriculture in Viet Nam, Bosnia - Herzegovina and Germany, but also in other countries.

At the meeting, Dodik appreciated SAPA Thale's efforts to promote economic and trade relations between the three countries, and said he was committed to working closely to take their economic and trade relations to new heights.

Bosnia - Herzegovina is a stable country located near major markets, and partners are always welcome and receive the full support of his government at all levels, he said.

Minh said the commercial potential of Bosnia - Herzegovina is huge and this investment co-operation programme would help boost trade and investment not only between the three countries but also others like the UAE, the US, Japan, and China. — VNS


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