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  • Viet  Nam  SME  disaster   resilience  

    Nguyen My Anh – TAC Hanoi, Vietnam Bangkok, 20-21 Apr 2016

  • SME in Vietnam at glance

    Number  of  entry  

    Total  capital    -­‐        

     20,000    

     40,000    

     60,000    

     80,000    

     100,000    

     120,000    

     140,000    

     160,000    

     180,000    

     200,000    

    Q1.2015   Q2.2015   Q3.2015   Q4.2015   Q1.2016  

     19,049      26,357      22,941      26,407    

     23,767    

     111,218    

     171,178    

     138,537    

     180,586      186,013    

    Number  of  entry  

    Total  capital  

    <  500,000    

    45%   contributes   to  GDP  

    33%  of  total   naFonal   revenue.    

    98%  

    62  %  job   creaFon  in   the  industry  

    sector  

    One  of  two   pillar  of  the   economy  

    Sources:  Ministry  of  Planning  &   Investment  

  • Bangkok, Apr 2016

    SME in Vietnam at glance  

    41%  

    26%  

    17%   5%   4%   2%   2%   1%   1%   1%  

    0%  

    20%  

    40%  

    60%  

    80%  

    100%  

    Major  industry  sector  

    Wholesale  and  retail   trade  

    Others  

    ConstrucFon  

    Industry  and  quarrying  

    Agriculture,  forestry,   and  fishery  

    71%  

    27%  

    2%  

    Gender  of     the  business  owner  

    Men  

    Women  

    No   defined  

  • Bangkok, Apr 2016

    SME in Vietnam at glance  

    39%  

    51%  

    6%  

    2%   2%  

    Total  of  employees  

    1-­‐9   employees  

    10-­‐99   employees  

    100-­‐199   employees  

    200-­‐300   employees  

    >300   employees  

    76%  

    12%  

    7%  

    2%   2%  

    Total  asset  value  

    100  bil.  VND  

  • Supporting Mechanisms  

    Provincial level Provincial   People  

    CommiUee    

    Department   authoriFes  

    SupporFng   Centers  

    Central level

    Ministries  

    Policies  making   agency  with   Strategic  

    development    

    Regional   Assistance  units  

    Regional   Assistance  units  

    Law  on   SME  

    support   dra\ing  

    Law   implementaFon     &  consulFng  

    Bangkok,  Apr  2016  

  • Policy framework for SME  

    •  Law on SME Support (drafting process)

    •  Law on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control (1 May 2014)

    •  Pilot program: Training, Consulting, Cleaner production etc, Biz- Innovation, Science & Technology for start-up

    Bangkok,  Apr  2016  

    MARD   MPI   MONRE  

  • SME resilience survey   41%   40%  

    35%   32%   31%   30%   30%  

    27%   21%  

    18%   16%   16%  

    13%   11%   11%  

    8%   8%   7%   7%   6%  

    5%   5%  

    2%   1%   2%  

    0%   5%   10%  15%  20%  25%  30%  35%  40%  45%  

    Power  blackout   Regional  or  global  economic  crises  

    Fire   Typhoon   Accidents   Data  loss  

    Foreign  currency  fluctuaFons   Civil  unrest  

    Flood   TransportaFon  system  breakdown  

    Earthquake   The\  

    Disease   Water  shortage  or  contaminaFon    

    Cyber  aUacks   Lightning     Tornado   Landslide   Terrorism   Drought   Tsunami  

    Pandemic  /  Epidemic   Wild  fire  

    Insect  InfestaFon   None  

    52%  

    40%  

    30%  

    Top  3  causes  of  business   disrupFons  

    had  not  heard   of  BCP  before    

    lacked  any   budget  for   preparing  a   BCP  

    Bangkok,  Apr  2016  

  • SME resilience survey  

    33%  

    32%  

    22%  

    19%  

    19%  

    14%  

    7%  

    0%   10%   20%   30%   40%  

    to  protect  employees  

    to  avoid  economic  loss  

    to  create  a  good  reputaFon  

    BCP  is  a  good  pracFce  

    to  create  a  compaFve  advantage  

    is  needed  for  enterprises  located  in  the  disaster   prone  areas  

    do  not  know  

    Typical  moFvaFons  for  SMEs  to  develop  their  BCPs  

    42%  

    28%  

    17%  

    13%  

    Should  BCP  be  compulsory  or  not?  

    Yes  

    No  

    Donot  know  

    Leave  blank   Bangkok,  Apr  2016  

  • SME resilience survey  

    59%  

    39%  

    34%  

    14%  

    9%  

    3%  

    12%  

    0%  

    10%  

    20%  

    30%  

    40%  

    50%  

    60%  

    70%  

    Insurance  for   employees  

    Fire  insurance   Motor/car   insurance  

    Catastrophic   insurance  

    Thef  insurance   Insurance  for   profit  loss  

    None  

    Bangkok,  Apr  2016  

  • Financial coping mechanisms  

    •  Identify SME capacity to develop proper technical support (tax reduction, biz-matching, training etc)

    •  Inculcate climate change with disaster resilience for SME in line with legislation and policy reviewing to avoid the duplication

    •  Inter-Government with Biz-Association in the road- mapping SME disaster resilience promotion (long- term)

    •  Incubate SME with BCP at the beginning •  Create a platform for rewarding BCP success

    Bangkok,  Apr  2016  

  • THANK YOU FOR

    YOUR KIND ATTENTION  

    Bangkok,  Apr  2016