Business Association of Thai-Vietnam supports community to overcome the COVID - 19's consequences
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|Many gifts were given to Vietnamese students studying at Udon Thani Royal University.|
This particularly meaningful activity once again demonstrates the interest of overseas Vietnamese and The Business Association of Thai-Vietnam (BAOTV) to Vietnamese students studying at universities in Thailand.
|Business Association of Overseas Vietnamese Vice President and BAOTV President Ho Van Lam in Thailand spoke at the meeting.|
In recent years, the number of Vietnamese students in the Northeast of Thailand has fluctuated between 180 and 200 students, at all three levels of Bachelor, Master and Doctorate, concentrated mainly at 8 universities consisting of Ken Ken University, Nakhon Phanom University, Mahasarakham University, Ratjabhat Mahasarakham University, Suranaree University Nakhon Ratchasima, Kasesat Sakon Nakhon University, Rajabhat Sakon Nakhon University and Rajabhat Udon Thani University. Under the direction of the Consulate General of Vietnam in Don Ken (Consulate area throughout Northeastern Thailand), Vietnamese students, besides studying, have made many positive contributions to community work and proclaimed Vietnamese cultural propaganda in the Northeast of Thailand, beloved by overseas compatriots.
BAOTV is an organization of the overseas Vietnamese business community in Thailand, established in 2009.
On June 8, 2015, the Association officially adopted the charter, clearly defining the Association as a member organization of the Vietnam-Thai General Association, operating on the basis of coordination and unity under the General Association's direction.
Up to now, the Association has established 13 branches in localities. Since its establishment, the Association has made specific contributions to the community and to economic relations between Vietnam and Thailand.
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