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USAID Mission Director Joakim Parker (right) and Vietnam's Vice Minister of Industry and Trade Cao Quoc Hung at the signing even
July 29, 2015

HANOI, July 29, 2015 -- The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) today agreed to cooperate in strengthening adoption of renewable energy and energy efficiency policies for sustainable low-emission development in Vietnam.

“Under this letter of intent, USAID and MOIT will cooperate through a technical assistance program that is expected to last five years” said USAID Mission Director Joakim Parker. “We welcome this collaboration in support of Vietnam’s climate change strategy and President Obama’s climate action plan, and hope that it results in clean energy development and improved energy efficiency in Vietnam.”

U.S. Ambassador Ted Osius speaks at the Inaugural Vietnam Policymakers Seminar  on International Trade and Economic Analysis.
January 20, 2015

This inaugural Vietnam Policymakers Seminar Series is co-organized by the USAID Governance for Inclusive Growth Program (GIG) and the Ministry of Planning and Investment’s Academy of Policy Development (MPI/APD). The series of seminars has been developed to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and best practices on policy analysis and a networking forum for mid-level Vietnamese government officials.

December 18, 2014

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has just launched a first-of-its-kind project in Vietnam that aims to empower farmers, especially women, to enhance their access to land by increasing their awareness of existing land rights under current legislation.

December 17, 2014

Land Access for Women

USAID’s Acting Assistant to the Administrator Anne Aarnes speaks at the MOU signing ceremony.
December 12, 2014

Trade and investment have been powerful engines driving economic growth and reducing poverty in Vietnam. In the almost 20 years since the United States and Vietnam normalized diplomatic relations, U.S.-Vietnam two-way trade has grown from less than $500 million to over thirty-four billion dollars this year, in the process contributing to Vietnam’s dramatic reduction in poverty. Vietnam’s participation in the rules-based international trading system has also reinforced good governance and the rule of law.

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Last updated: July 29, 2015

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