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Europe urges Vietnam to restart flights as FTA takes effect

EU and EuroCham see country as gateway to enhancing Southeast Asia links

HO CHI MINH CITY/ HANOI -- Europe has joined the growing number of economies urging Vietnam to resume international flights, as the country appears virtually free of the coronavirus and represents a strong investment destination for those seeking diverse supply chains.

Nicolas Audier, chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, called on Hanoi to authorize and issue visas letting foreigners enter the country when he spoke with the Nikkei Asian Review in Ho Chi Minh City, the southern commercial hub of the communist-led country, on Friday.

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