[E-Flyer]
8 April 2015
Mochtar Riady Building, Excellence-4 
NUS Business School

National University of Singapore
15 Kent Ridge Drive Singapore 119245

Presenter 

Dr Markus Taussig, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Policy at NUS Business School

Panelists

His Excellency Dang Huy Dong, Vice Minister of Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vietnam
Dr Nguyen Dinh Cung, President of the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM), Vietnam
Dr Pham Khac Dung, Standing Deputy CEO of PVI Holdings, Vietnam
Dr Vu Minh Khuong, Associate Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS

 

Co-moderated by: Dr Markus Taussig and Dr Vu Minh Khuong

Event Summary


The roundtable, organised by CGIO, centred on the theme of SOE reform in Vietnam. More than 70 participants, who were regional business executives and managers, Vietnamese government officials, economists, policy analysts as well as experts of the field, joined the event.
Dr Markus Taussig presented his findings from CGIO's latest study in the trilogy of SOEs in Asia which is sponsored by Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). In his presentation titled "From Control to Market: Time for Real SOE Reform in Vietnam?", Dr Taussig noted that SOEs still accounted for about 30% of the country's GDP, and set up the debate for challenges in releasing the primary brake on Vietnam's economic growth.

Thereafter, an invigorating discussion was brought together by the distinguished panelists who shared their perspectives, experience and insights into the current situation and obstacles of Vietnam's SOE privatisation programme. Furthermore, exchange of information and viewpoints from the participants who were practitioners and investors residing in Singapore added even more depth to the rich and lively dialogue.

A networking cocktail, which provided a platform for continued sizzling discussion among the participants and speakers, concluded the roundtable.

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