PM appoints new deputy trade minister
Dr. Cao Quoc Hung, a distinguished alumnus of the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), has been appointed as the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade in Vietnam. Dr. Hung earned his Doctoral degree in Engineering in Energy Technology from the School of Environment, Resources, and Development (SERD) at AIT in 1998.
Here are some key takeaways:
- Dr. Hung appointed as Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade in Vietnam.
- AIT alumnus, PhD in Energy Technology from SERD in 1998.
- Extensive experience in energy sector and government positions.
Background and Education of Dr. Cao Quoc Hung
His doctoral work focused on “Sectoral Energy Demand Analysis and Long-Term Demand Forecasting for the S.R. Vietnam.” Prior to his appointment as Deputy Minister, Dr. Hung held several key positions in the Vietnamese government, including Deputy Director of the International Cooperation Department at the Ministry of Industry, Director of the International Cooperation Department at the Ministry of Industry and Trade, and Deputy Director of the General Department of Energy at the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Dr. Hung’s Career and Recent Appointment as Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade in Vietnam
This news of Dr. Hung’s appointment has been widely reported in the media in Vietnam, highlighting his expertise and achievements in the energy sector. As an AIT alumnus, he is a testament to the impact that AIT’s world-class education and research can have on individuals and communities.
In his new role, Dr. Hung will bring his extensive experience and knowledge to the forefront of the government’s efforts to drive growth and innovation in the country’s industry and trade sector. The appointment of Dr. Hung is a major milestone for AIT and its alumni, and it showcases the impact that AIT’s education and research can have on communities and economies around the world.