Vietnam’s information and communications sector must seize the special opportunities presented by COVID-19
HCMC – Vietnam’s digital technology product exports are estimated to gain US$136 billion this year, indicating the role of digital technology in the country’s renovation and creativity.
The fourth national forum on the development of digital technology companies in 2022 began in Hanoi on December 8, with the participation of Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam and leaders of ministries, departments and localities, together with hundreds of experts, domestic and international technology companies and start-ups in the sector.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Pham Duc Long, deputy minister of Information and Communications, said that the first forum on the development of digital technology companies was held in 2019, bringing the Vietnamese digital technology business community into a new phase of digital technology development.
He said over 70,000 tech companies have been established in Vietnam, playing an important role in the country’s digital transformation.
The forum is the biggest annual event of Vietnam’s digital technology sector, leading and orienting the development of the digital technology sector.