SES Project Coordinator Margret Motejl (second from left) is exchanging views with SGGP Newspaper.
A non-profit corporation in Germany SES is always looking for greater cooperation with
Ms. Margret Motejl, SES Project Coordinator in South East Asia and Mr. Ha Phuong, SES Representative Viet Nam, toured the editorial office of
Addressing the meeting, Mr. Khang emphasized the potential improvement of the newspaper into a media conglomerate in the near future and expressed his need for technical support including modern printing technology, online data processing skills, especially for the preparation of the SGGP English version scheduled which came online by early 2006.
Also, the two sides continued to further discuss and signed an agreement according to which SES will carry out the first step as in the near future sending a journalistic expert who will work together with SGGP and help the newspaper in its upcoming activities.
Mr. Khang believed that the visit and support from SES will further increase the two organization’s mutual understanding and trust, enhancing the relations between the two organizations as well as the two countries.
Ms. Margret spends five days in
Launched in 1983 under the auspices of the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce with funding from the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), SES supports many businesses, authorities, public institutions as well as international organizations.
Working on an honorary basis and with financial independence, senior experts train skilled workers and executive staff with an aim to make contributions by passing on their knowledge and talents to others at home as well as abroad.
Senior experts, who come from over 50 areas of trade and industry and spent many years of professional and life experience, have reportedly carried out more than 14,000 assignments in 152 countries.
“I believe it is our very good chance to cooperate with SGGP newspaper, thanks to very good relations between