Vietnamese supporting industries lag far behind Thailand Compared with Thailand, Vietnamese supporting industries are still in a nascent stage. The localization ratio of the Thai automotive industry is roughly 60-70% compared with 7-10% in Vietnam, stated Vu Trong Tai, general manager of Reed Tradex Vietnam. Tai told the Saigon Times that the supporting industries in Vietnam have made impressive progress over the last few years. The country has seen more small and medium enterprises (SMEs) participating in the global supply chain, and the localization ratio has increased. Many local companies can now supply high-quality products to Samsung, Intel and other giants. However, there is still much room for development to fill existing gaps. The number of SMEs qualified to serve the global supply chain is limited, modest in scale and lacks collaboration, resulting in low supply capability. In addition, the lack of proper investment in the latest technology hinders competitiveness in terms of quality and cost. Meanwhile, a large number of SMEs among the three million enterprises in Thailand with a relatively large scale and using the latest technologies can provide a full range of parts for most industries, Tai said. The Thai government has developed a clear strategy and… Read full this story
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