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Source: Socialist Republic of Vietnam

The survey was conducted among 303 ROK enterprises that enjoy special entry procedures in Vietnam. Of the firms questioned, 20.1% said it felt “normal”, while 12.6% stated that they were unsatisfied with the process.

According to the survey, thanks to the special entry process, ROK firms have finalised contracts worth KRW30 billion (US$26.4 million) with Vietnamese firms.

The number of Korean businesses coming to Vietnam via the special entry process counted 1,528 (including those due to enter the nation on November 5), with more than 2,790 businesspeople and their 453 family membersinvolved, from whom no positive COVID-19 cases have been recorded so far.

MIL OSI Asia Pacific News