The event was jointly held by the Department of Technology Application and Development under the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the Quang Ninh Department of Science and Technology.
According to MOST Deputy Minister Bui The Duy, digital and green transformation is an inevitable trend in the world, which presents both opportunities and challenges for the Vietnamese business community.
He noted that in new-generation free trade agreements that Vietnam has signed, there are many criteria for green and sustainable development, as well as articles on the establishment of agencies concerning digital transformation.
The deputy minister expected that speakers at the forum would discuss policy implementation measures and how to realise support programmes for digital and green transformation.
The forum included two sessions on the experience and support commitment for Vietnam’s green transformation towards sustainable development and comprehensive digital transformation solutions for enterprises.
Within the framework of the forum, there was the signing of cooperation, technology transfer and innovation agreements between organisations and enterprises to enhance their technological capacity.