​Vietnam PM urges trade commissioners to be more dedicated at work

Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has requested Vietnamese trade commissioners to ask themselves if they are trying hard enough at work, and suggested that they do their job with more passion and diligence. Trade commissioners are officials who present the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade in a foreign land. These personnel can either work at the Vietnamese embassies or trade offices in other countries, mainly tasked with promoting international trade agreements and export trade programs on behalf of the Vietnamese government At the Trade Commissioner Conference held by the trade ministry in Hanoi on Wednesday, PM Phuc underlined that these officials should make a self-evaluation of their working attitude. In his remarks, the premier told the conference a story about a Japanese trade commissioner in Vietnam, who has managed to have good relationships with local authorities and traversed the country for his work. Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc delivers remarks at a conference in Hanoi on February 7, 2018. Photo: VGP That Japanese official has equipped himself with an extensive knowledge about Vietnamese laws and is always ready to fight for his country with regard to trade barriers set by Vietnam, PM Phuc said, adding this is a great example Vietnamese trade commissioners should learn from. “Can we Vietnamese trade commissioners do the same?” he questioned. “Can we be so absorbed in work, or have we been quite complacent about our job?” The premier underlined that he raised those questions for the trade officials to get their… [Read full story]


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