• Appointment Decision for Deputy General Director Position of E-Commerce and Information Technology Agency
    In September 30th, 2014, in headquarter of Ministry of Industry and Trade, Deputy Minister Tran Tuan Anh granted the Decision no. 8268/QD-BCT on appointing Deputy General Director of E-Commerce and Information Technology Agency (VECITA), which was signed on September 15th, 2014 by Minister Vu Huy Hoang, to Mrs. Lai Viet Anh, Head of Legal Division.

    In the ceremony, Deputy Minister Tran Tuan Anh congratulated Mrs, Lai Viet Anh in particular, and VECITA in general. According to Deputy Minister Tran Tuan Anh, the appointment and rotation of officials would help improving capability of agencies. Therefore, this appointment would strengthen the leader team of VECITA. The Deputy Minister also reckoned that with the experience of being as Head of Legal Division for years, Mrs. Lai Viet Anh could prove her ability, accomplish the granted mission and contribute for the development of VECITA.

    Speaking at the ceremony, The Deputy Minister Lai Viet Anh of VECITA expressed her deepest gratitude to Minister, Deputy Mister and other leaders of Ministry of Industry and Trade for believing and pointing her to this important position. Mrs. Lai Viet Anh promised that she would endeavor with officials of VECITA in order to accomplish all the tasks that Ministry of Industry and Trade’s leaders granted. 

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