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[VBF POWER & ENERGY WG]_YOUR COMMENTS NEEDED ON MOIT’S OL NO. 2698 ON POWER TARIFFS REDUCTION AND COVID 19 IMPACTS/ RECOMMENDATIONS IN TERMS OF POWER/ENERGY_DEADLINE: COB 4 MAY 2020
VBF Power & Energy Working Group has been recently contacted by the Vietnam Electricity (“EVN”) for an update on:
(1) comments on the MOIT’s Official Letter No. 2698 dated 16 Apr 2020 with instructions to EVN and provincial Departments of Industry & Trade to reduce power tariffs for businesses for a period of 3 months (Both EN and VN versions as attached for your perusal);
(2) Covid-19 impacts in terms of power/energy and recommendations for the Government.
We perceive that this is a good chance to provide necessary feedback, comments, and suggestions from the private sector's perspective regarding the Covid-19 impact.
In this regard, we welcome any contributions with the Template and sent to the VBF Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by COB Monday 4 May, 2020 for further actions.
Should you have any question, please kindly contact Ms. Ngan Pham, VBF PEWG Project Assistant at Tel.: 093 790 6600.
Thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to your feedback in due course.
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