Electricity corporation, Singaporean group sign strategic cooperation agreement

12/07/2021 10:43:00 - views: 586

The Electricity of Vietnam Generation Corporation No. 2 (EVNGenco2) inked a strategic cooperation agreement with Sembcorp Industries of Singapore on July 11 in Can Tho city to explore a strategic partnership on July 11 in Can Tho city.
Truong Hoang Vu, General Director of EVNGENCO 2, signs an agreement on strategic cooperation with Singapore's SEMBCORP. (Photo: VNA)

The signing ceremony was held both online and in person with the participation of the Vietnamese Ambassador to Singapore, the Consulate General of Singapore in Ho Chi Minh City, and representatives of relevant authorities.
The document focuses on several key areas of cooperation such as corporate governance, digital transformation and renewable energy projects in Vietnam. Those are Sembcorp Industries’ strong fields and the development strategy orientation of EVNGenco2 in the coming time. Therefore, EVNGenco2 views the strategic cooperation with Sembcorp a top priority in its efforts to realise its development goals./.

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