A signing ceremony on agricultural enhancement and economic growth between C.P. Vietnam Corporation (CPV) and Hoa Binh People's Committee took place on July 18.
|Montri Suwanposri, president of C.P. Vietnam, and Nguyen Van Toan, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee signing the agreement
The chairman of Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL (CP Foods), Adirek Sripratak, presided over a signing ceremony formalising a cooperation agreement between CPV and Hoa Binh province.
This collaboration is aimed at bolstering food security and stimulating long-term economic growth.
The attendees included Montri Suwanposri, president of CPV, Nguyen Van Toan, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee, Nguyen Phi Long, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, and Sooksunt Jiumjaiswanglerg, vice chairman of the Executive Committee of CP Foods.
|CPV and Hoa Binh province partner on agricultural enhancement and economic growth
The agreement involves CPV sharing modern and sustainable farming technology and practices with farmers in Hoa Binh. In return, the province will support a variety of CPV's projects, including those in agriculture, food processing, basic utilities, and more.
Both parties also foresee additional collaboration to nurture a range of focus points, notably regional tourism, cultural exchange, and education, with the aim of promoting holistic economic growth and enhancing the human resources within the province.
This initiative underscores a mutual goal to improve the quality of life and ensure food safety for the nation's people. This aligns with CP Group's 3-Benefits principles, which prioritise the interests of the country and its citizens over the company’s.
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