|PM Pham Minh Chinh visits Embraer on September 23, 2023.
Upon arrival, PM Chinh visited the Embraer aerospace company in Sao Jose dos Campos city.
Embraer is the world’s third largest manufacturer of commercial aircraft, after Boeing and Airbus, and strong at producing under-130-seat planes. It has delivered five E190 aircraft to Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways.
Embraer President and CEO Francisco Gomes Neto highly valued the potential of the Vietnamese market, saying it is suitable for existing Embraer aircraft models.
PM Chinh said that Embraer’s new-generation aircraft are a potential solution for Vietnamese carriers to expand their fleet and ensure flight efficiency and safety.
He asked the company to expand collaboration and investment to develop its business ecosystem in Vietnam.
The Vietnamese Government leader suggested Embraer discuss cooperation and business opportunities with Vietnamese airlines, consider providing aircraft maintenance and repair services, and participate in the training of aviation manpower in Vietnam.
|PM Pham Minh Chinh meets with representatives of the Vietnamese communities in Brazil and other South American countries.
During a meeting with representatives of the Vietnamese communities in Brazil and nearby South American countries the sane day, PM Chinh said the Vietnamese Party and State encourage and create favorable conditions for Vietnamese people living and working in other countries. Overseas Vietnamese are an inseparable part of Vietnam’s great national unity bloc, he said.
PM Chinh said he is delighted to know Vietnamese people in Brazil and other South American countries are united, have stable jobs, and enjoy a happy and wealthy life.
He said Brazil is Vietnam’s largest trade partner in Latin America and second largest trade partner in the Americas after the US.
During his visit, PM Chinh is scheduled to hold talks with President Lula da Silva, meet leaders of the National Congress of Brazil, open a photo exhibition on President Ho Chi Minh and Vietnam, attend a business forum between the two countries, and receive executives of some leading Brazilian enterprises.