Ungated Post | 04 Jun 2021

Vietnam TV News: The recovery of Vietnam’s agri-food sector

Join James Lambert, Oxford Economics very own Director of Economic Consulting, Asia, as he speaks on the Vietnamese agri-food industry on “Vietnam TV News”.  The interview discusses the short-term and long-term challenges faced by the Vietnamese agri-food industry and how the adjustments in the fiscal policies facilitate the development of the industry.

Food Industry Asia (FIA) and Oxford Economics have launched The Economic Impact of the Agri-food Sector in Southeast Asia report, which reviews five years of economic activity in the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia. Where and how is the #agrifood sector adding value to these economies and what are the challenges faced going forward?

Download the full report or the individual country reports today: https://lnkd.in/gFvkagv

Watch and listen to the full interview below:

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