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  • Logistics
  • Problem Solving
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  • Warehouse Management
  • Problem Solving
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  • Start-up Support
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  • Feasibility Studies
  • Site Visit & Travel Support

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  • General Management
  • Business Model Development

Welcome To Peregrine

Peregrine Management International is dedicated to providing client-forward management advice. Lean Manufacturing is at the core of our thinking and processes, so you can expect us to offer data-driven, flexible, sustainable, and simple solutions to your business problems.

John Dwyer, Managing Director

General manager with executive leadership skills and manufacturing startup experience in Vietnam. With 19 years at Fortune 500 companies, John has deep experience in international business, new product introductions, strategic sourcing, Lean Manufacturing, and 6 Sigma. Successfully managed an international M&A project to create a JV entity in Vietnam in the specialty vehicles industry.

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Vietnam Declares Six Pillars for Economic Recovery
Vietnam Declares Six Pillars for Economic Recovery

In his speech to the World Economic Forum Country Strategic Dialogue on Vietnam, Prime Minister of Vietnam, Pham Minh Chinh, indicated that post-pandemic economic recovery will depend on six pillars:

1. Restoration of Supply Chains
2. Promotion of Manufacturing Growth
3. National Investment into Transportation Infrastructure, Digital Infrastructure, and Green Energy
4. Address Difficulties Businesses (Including Foreign) Face in Vietnam
5. Reform Institutions to International Standards
6. Development of Human Resources-- Particularly Economic Restructuring and Improving Productivity

All of these areas are indeed key opportunities for development and growth in Vietnam.  We believe that especially pillars 4-6 are important areas of focus for the Government of Vietnam, as they depend on fundamental changes in government policy and are less likely to be independently driven by the private sector.  Improving circumstances for business, whether considering "ease of doing business," streamlining investment and the establishment of legal entities, or the simplification/modernization of various bureaucratic operations, is critical to maintaining or improving Vietnam's competitiveness in the investment market.  Likewise, supporting the development of talent, especially in junior professional and middle management areas, will not only improve productivity in the Vietnamese market but also help Vietnam avoid the "Middle Income Trap."

More information and commentary is available in this Vietnam Express article.