ADB Helps Train Vietnamese Work Force

The Asian Development Bank is providing USD70 million to help Vietnam improve the skills of its local workers.

The loan will be utilized for the country’s skills enhancement project, which is designed to provide quality training programs in the automotive technology, manufacturing, tourism and information and communication technology industries.

Approximately 24,000 individuals are expected to benefit from the project, Nhan Dan reports.

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