Vietnamese-origin billionaire promotes trade between Viet Nam and Europe

Saturday, Jun 15, 2019 15:00

Billionaire Mai Vu Minh at a meeting with the President of the Republic of Srpska, Željka Cvijanović, in her office.

According to the Office of the President of the Republic of Srpska, on June 11 President Željka Cvijanović held a meeting with Vietnamese-origin billionaire Mai Vu Minh, the chairman of German company SAPA Thale, to discuss investment co-operation between Viet Nam, Germany and Srpska.

A few days earlier Minh had met with Bosnia - Herzegovina President Milorad Dodik, and Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić.

Minhs visits were within the framework of a programme for bilateral investment co-operation between SAPA Thale and the government and leading businesses of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The potential areas for co-operation under the programme are finance - banking, technology development, infrastructure, transportation, real estate, hotels - tourism, and agriculture.

Cvijanović said: "Srpska is a stable country and located near major markets and all partners are welcome. Partners always receive full support from the government of Srpska."

Dodik had appreciated SAPA Thales efforts to promote trade and economic relations between Viet Nam, Germany and Bosnia – Herzegovina and pledged to work closely to take them to new heights.

Minh said the commercial potential of South-western European countries such as Bosnia - Herzegovina is great and this investment co-operation programme would contribute to boosting the trade and investment between not only Vietnam, Bosnia – Herzegovina and Germany but also many other countries.

Recently the International Business Times published an article about Minh in which it described him as a great investor who has an influence on the global financial world and governments.

Minh has also met with more than 30 top global leaders such as Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Russian President Vladimir Putin, US President Donald Trump, and Chinese President Xi Jinping.


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