AVPI Policy Briefing Australian Business Champions to Vietnam Roundtable Melbourne

This AVPI Policy Briefing is from the first Australian Business Champions to Vietnam Roundtable in Melbourne, hosted by RMIT University on 26 May 2022. It was fantastic to discuss Australia-Vietnam bilateral trade and investment opportunities with a diverse group of professionals from Victoria.

Click below to read about the discussion, and learn a bit more about the Business Champions Program.

AVPI Policy Briefing: Seizing Opportunities in FinTech & Ecommerce

The AVPI is thrilled to release its inaugural Policy Briefing, exploring the key themes discussed in the Seizing Opportunities in FinTech and Ecommerce event hosted by Asialink Business in May 2022.

Supported by DFAT, this briefing has been developed to raise awareness of business opportunities in fintech and ecommerce, and provide insight into the trade and investment environment in Vietnam.

Viet Nam: Post-COVID Economic Performance

Economist and AVPI Visiting Fellow, Raymond Mallon, has penned an article on Viet Nam's post-COVID economic performance, exploring their emergence from the pandemic as a country with rising incomes and living standards, and a burgeoning middle class.

A Path to Australia: Opportunities and Market Insights for Vietnamese Businesses

Asia Society Australia and The Australian APEC Study Centre (AASC) at RMIT University, supported by DFAT, have developed this report to showcase trade, investment, and innovation opportunities for Vietnamese companies. Viet Nam and Australia have a dynamic and growing relationship and this report offers a path to success for Vietnamese business in Australia.

Building Knowledge and Innovation Partnerships

Welcome to the Australia Vietnam Policy Institute website, a partnered platform for bilateral policy insights, discussion and collaboration.

If you want to learn more about the AVPI and what we're trying to achieve, here is a short video to get you up to speed.

Australia Vietnam Policy Institute

Australia’s first policy institute focused on its relationship with Vietnam

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