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[VCCI] DRAFT OF BUSINESS SITUATION AND PETITION REPORT - DEADLINE 03 MAY 2020
VCCI would like to gather the comments of the business community. The Draft of Business Situation and the enterprise petitions will be sent to the Prime Minister for review.
Since the schedule of the Prime Minister's Meeting is delayed to early May, VCCI has extended the receiving date of the Business Health Assessment Survey Q1 to EOB 3 May 2020.
Your feedback would be sent to VCCI Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com (copy firstname.lastname@example.org) by filling the form or templates to us by COB Monday, 03 May 2020. Please click here for further information (Vietnam version only)
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