Vietnamese PM suggests ASEAN, Australia make 3 breakthroughs, including double trade in 10 years

March 07, 2024

Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has called on ASEAN and Australia to create three breakthroughs, including doubling two-way trade in a decade, make three enhancements, and carry out three joint actions so as to further boost the efficiency of the bilateral relations. The Vietnamese leader suggested that the two sides make three breakthroughs, including one in economic, trade, and investment cooperation, with the aim of doubling their two-way trade in the next 10 years. Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh (L, 2nd) and leaders of Australia, ASEAN, and Timor Leste pose for a photo before the retreat session of the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit in Melbourne, Australia, March 6, 2024. ASEAN leaders applauded Australia’s announcement to grant an additional AU$222.5 million ($146.5 million) funding for cooperation with Mekong sub-region countries. They welcomed Australia setting up an investment fund worth AU$2 billion ($1.32 billion) as well as its other initiatives to beef up trade and investment cooperation with ASEAN countries in the coming time.

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