Representatives of NCB and Quảng Nam Business Association sign the co-operation agreement. — Photo courtesy of NCBViet Nam News QUẢNG NAM — The National Citizen Commercial Joint Stock Bank (NCB) on Friday signed agreements with the Business Association of Quảng Nam Province and VN Đà Thành Group to strengthen co-operation and expand business activities. This is one of NCB’s steps in the process of expanding market share, reaching new customers, as well as bringing the lender’s products and services to meet the needs of domestic and foreign partners. Speaking at the signing ceremony, NCB’s deputy general director Nguyễn Đình Tuấn said the bank would accompany Quảng Nam Business Association to promote trade connection and sponsorship activities in the central region and Đà Nẵng City. In addition, NCB would also support customers who have production facilities in Chu Lai, Quảng Nam to expand the business network in this province. Trần Quốc Bảo, chairman of the provincial Business Association affirmed this signing ceremony was an opportunity for the association’s member enterprises to expand the network of customers, access finance as well as other services of NCB in order to grow stronger in the future. On March 13, 2019, NCB also signed co-operation agreement… Read full this story
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