HCM aims to be hub for start-ups


Ho Chi Minh City has approved plans to develop 1,000 start-ups as part of its efforts to become a leading start-up hub in South-East Asia over the next five years.

The plan envisages enabling 3,000 businesses to improve their innovation capacity and help 100 access venture capital by 2025.

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