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"Competing with Giant"'s author Phuong Uyen Tran suggests Vietnam's global citizens to create an optimistic future of success

08:38 | 10/06/2020

With its increasingly high appreciation and reputation recently, Vietnam’s future has been becoming bright and remarkable. That brings many opportunities to its citizens than ever. In this post, Phuong Uyen Tran, the author of "Competing with Giant", discusses the ways how Vietnam's global citizens are creating a future of success.

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It is easily to realize that Vietnam’s future is becoming increasingly bright through much sentiment shared by the people. Pew Research Center found some 88 percent of Vietnamese people polled believe the country is better off than fifty years before. There is a growing sense of pride and desire to continue the momentum of success by all of its citizens – even those who fled nearly forty-five years ago.

Vietnam is now welcoming thousands of overseas Vietnamese returning home, armed with a foreign education and the skills they want to bring to bear to help their homeland fulfill its potential. They are the children of those who fled after 1975. As a country, that is now full of global citizens who are loyal to their home, Vietnam has learned some critical lessons prepare itself for continued prosperity. The following are examples of how Vietnam and its foreign-educated and experienced people are creating an optimistic future of success:

competing with giants author phuong uyen tran suggests vietnams global citizens to create an optimistic future of success
Author Phuong Uyen Tran
  • Building and sustaining local business is important.

    A truly vibrant economy requires laws that empower inpiduals and not just state-owned enterprises. The government understands the state-owned sector has not and will not be able to create the millions of jobs Vietnam needs each year to make sure its demographic explosion remains an asset, not a liability. Many more Vietnamese entrepreneurs are encouraged to operate and has a result, the country has an increasingly vibrant private sector.

  • Embracing its role in the global supply chain is beneficial.

    As China has moved up the value curve, Vietnam has taken its place in the manufacturing sector. It now forms a key part of the global electronics supply chain, for example. One company, South Korea’s Samsung, generated revenues of $46.3 billion from Vietnam in 2016, accounting for 20 percent of Vietnam’s exports. As business leaders understand and recognize the opportunities available within the global supply chain, Vietnam’s value to other economies will continue to increase.

  • Tolerance and global engagement invite increased opportunities.

    Vietnam is a very outward-facing country and has eighteen free-trade agreements in place, or under discussion, with other countries. That might seem strange in the context of a long history of repelling invaders. But endless conflict has made us value tolerance even more. Vietnam’s history means that we pride ourselves on our friendliness and understanding, because we know these traits help to keep the peace. In addition, with so many of its citizens being globally educated, relationships and networks have been extended far beyond the boundaries of Vietnam. Those connections are extremely beneficial for its future.

In her recognition, Phuong Uyen Tran believes in Vietnam’s future continuing to rely on the strength and ambition of its young people – many of whom have broadened their horizons through experiences across the world. She says that her father has a personal proverb about the importance of growth, saying: “Great success comes to those who set sail for the sea…No success comes to those who stay moored in the river.” We will continue to welcome back those who have set sail, learned much, and return to share that knowledge with their country.

About author Phuong Uyen Tran

Working as a powerful business woman, Forbes published author, Phuong Uyen Tran is a model of success in Vietnam. Phuong Uyen Tran is also a special contributor for Vietnam Times. Her writing, including “Competing with Giant” book, and her latest articles are to advise and inspire young people to start-up, overcome challenges and reach out to the world. It is the story of a little girl taking the great responsibilities for a corporation and devoting herself to society.

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