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Webinar - Opportunities and Challanges in the Laboratory and Analytical Industry in Vietnam


With a GDP growth of 2.91 % in 2020, Vietnam is one of the few countries in the world with positive expansion. One reason for this development is its success strategy in preventing and fighting the Covid-19 pandemic. While the country has not been spared by the global economic downturn, its recovery prospects remain positive and are the best among Asian countries.

Within the Webinar on May 6, 2021 experts gave an outlook on the future developments in the Vietnamese laboratory technology market and pointed out opportunities the country has to offer in the upcoming years.

You can watch the recorded videos of the webinar by clicking on the links in the program below.


10.00Welcome by the Organizer of analytica Vietnam Ms. Gabriele Kraus, IMAG GmbH
10.05Vietnam's economic development in the period of 2021-2025, especially under the influence of new agreements ( View presentation)


Dr. Nguyen Tri Hieu - Economic expert
10.15Vietnam – Economic Trends and Opportunities 2021 ( Download Presentation (pdf, 663 KB)


Dr. Schmitz-Bauerdick – Director Vietnam, German Trade and Invest

Opportunities and challenges of Analysis & Testing industry 2021-2025                               ( View presentation)


Dr. Nguyen Hoang Linh – Deputy Director General of the Directorate for Standards, Metrology and Quality

11.10Demands for laboratory equipment for testing activities at universities in Vietnam                     ( View presentation)


Prof. Pham Hung Viet – Director of Key laboratory of Analytical Technology for Environment Quality and Food Safety Control
11.30analytica Vietnam an opportunity to meet your customers` needs ( View presentation)


Mr. Francis Pithon - Vice President at EUROM II, Association for Optical and Laboratory Technology
11:50Situation, development opportunities, challenges, and changes in investment methods of state laboratories in biotechnology before the industry 4.0 ( View presentation)


Dr. Bui Van Ngoc – Deputy Director of Key Laboratory of Institute of Biotechnology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology







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