From the PRD to Southeast Asia: Comparing Manufacturing Tradeoffs in Vietnam and
Apparel, Footwear, and Supply ChainTrade & Investment
First 15-20 minutes is for networking Light Breakfast included
Hosted by the Apparel & Footwear Committee and Trade & Investment Committee
As many international manufacturing enterprises are now looking to expand or relocate their China operations into alternative markets to capture new opportunities or hedge their China risk, the search is currently on to find Asia's new emerging market darling for foreign investment. Vietnam, home to a conducive, established and evolving business environment, offers many attractive advantages for foreign businesses, including a number of preferential policies and tax incentives, free trade status within the thriving ASEAN region and a variety of economic zones and industrial parks with an abundance of low-priced labor.
During this presentation Alberto Vettoretti will cover the following topics:
Why expand to or relocate to Vietnam? A look at the current manufacturing landscape in South China and why many companies are making the move Pro's and Con's of manufacturing in Vietnam A cost comparison for manufacturing companies: Vietnam Vs. China Case studies: Companies that successfully expanded in Vietnam Structuring your Vietnam entity through Hong Kong, China or Singapore Vietnam's role in ASEAN: Double Tax and Free Trade Agreements Vietnam and the Trans-Pacific Partnership
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