IMF to Interview FPT Chairman – Mr. Truong Gia Binh

“FPT Chairman has a vision not only of what FPT is doing, but also regarding the difficulties, challenges and opportunities of the Vietnamese economy in the process of integrating into the world,” Jonathan Dunn, Resident Representative of International Monetary Fund in Vietnam, shared after the interview with FPT Chairman.

In the morning of July 27, the film crew of the International Monetary Fund in Vietnam (IMF) made an interview video with FPT Chairman Truong Gia Binh and the workspace of F-Ville 2, Hoa Lac, Hanoi.

FPT Chairman Truong Gia Binh was interviewed by IMF fund in Vietnam.
FPT Chairman Truong Gia Binh was interviewed by IMF fund in Vietnam.

Sharing on the reasons for choosing FPT appeared in the final video of the IMF, Mr. Jonathan Dunn, Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund in Vietnam, revealed that the IMF selected FPT Corporation as a good example for a private company in Vietnam. FPT is well-known for investing and developing strongly in the field of information technology, which countries in the world are also very focused on development.

In particular, the head of FPT has a vision not only of the field that FPT is doing, but also FPT Chairman has a vision of difficulties, challenges as well as the opportunities of Vietnam’s economy in the process of integrating into the world. In addition, FPT is a prime example of an early 100% state owned company, then transformed into a fully-fledged private enterprise.

Mr. Binh spoke with Mr. Jonathan Dunn, Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Vietnam.
Mr. Binh spoke with Mr. Jonathan Dunn, Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Vietnam.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was established simultaneously with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank) at the Bretton Wood International Conference organized in July 1944. Until September 2011, the IMF included 187 member states with the goal of promoting global monetary cooperation, ensuring financial stability, facilitating the development of world trade, stimulating employment and sustainable economic development, and reducing poverty around the world.

The IMF also provides the policy advice and financial assistance to its member countries in times of the economic difficulty, and works with developing countries to help them achieve economic success, macroeconomic stability and poverty reduction.

Credit: Thanh Tung (Chungta.vn)