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In response to the changing landscape of the manufacturing and supporting industry field after the pandemic, NEPCON will partner with business leaders, consulting experts, industry professionals, government officers to organize webinar series which will offer new insights and case studies.

The idea for Business Innovation Zone came after NEPCON saw the demand and received the enquiries for additional information to support both local and international enterprises with information and solution in utilizing the benefits of online business opportunities.
Let’s meet-up with Electronic friends at NEPCON Vietnam during 09-11 September 2020
at I.C.E (Cung Van Hoa) 91 Tran Hung Dao, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Reserve your space today! Tel. +84 286 287 3355
Apple to produce millions of AirPods in Vietnam
Apple will produce millions of its popular AirPods wireless earphones in Vietnam for the first time this quarter, in a sign the company is accelerating its diversification of production to ASEAN countries amid the coronavirus pandemic. Some 3 million to 4 million units, or around 30% of total classic AirPods production this quarter, will be "made in Vietnam," the sources said. The production relocation does not yet include AirPods Pro, a high-end version with noise-cancellation features that Apple introduced last October.

(Sources: Nikkei Asian Review)
Investors dive into VN supporting industries
In Quarter 1/2020, Ba Ria-Vung Tau province licensed five projects valued at more than $174 million in total investment value. One of these is a supporting industry project that comes from Japan’s Arakawa Chemical Industries Ltd. This project, valued at $45.6 million, is specialised in Polymer Acrylic production and trading to feed the paper industry. Meanwhile, Binh Duong province has courted more than $170 million in foreign direct investment, with several projects in the supporting industry. This includes the $20 million project of Singapore-backed Altop Vietnam Ltd. to produce and process moulding and casting items from aluminium alloys or Japan’s KBK Vietnam Co., Ltd. raising its investment capital by $5 million to produce and process springs and diverse mechanical components and accessories.

(Source: Vietnam Investment Review)