Over 10,000 Vietnamese Specialists Work in Africa

An article on the Quoc Te Newspaper's front page which talks about Viet Nam-Africa cooperation
More than 10,000 Vietnamese experts have come to Africa to work so far, a Vietnamese researcher told a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday.

Do Duc Dinh, director of Viet Nam’s Institute for Studies of Africa and the Middle East, told the seminar that trade between Viet Nam and Africa reached almost US$1 billion in 2005.

About 60 researchers and activists from Viet Nam and the Netherlands attended the workshop on comparisons about different ways to prosperity and poverty in Southeast Asia and the Sahara sub-region. 

The Netherlands’ Royal Institute for Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies and Viet Nam’s Center for Urban and Development Studies organized the workshop.

By Q.Q – Translated by Thuy Hang

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