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Deputy Editor-in-chief appointed

On August 3rd, 2020 at Vietnam Logistics Review Magazine (VLR) office, being authorized by the Vietnam Logistics Business Association (VLA)- the governing body of VLR, PhD. Le Van Hy- VLR’s Editor-in-chief handed a decision to appoint Ms. Pham Kim Lien to the position of Deputy Editor-in-chief in accordance to the Decision no.01/VLA-QĐ by VLA President signed on August 1st, 2020.

PhD. Le Van Hy- VLR’s Editor-in-chief handing the decision to appoint Ms. Pham Kim Lien to the positon of Deputy Editor-in-chief

Lien’s previous positions were Office Manager, Head of Organization- Administration Department of VLR Magazine from January 2012; Member of the Board of Editors from January 2014, and staff member working at VLR Magazine at its start in October 2007.

The appointment is to improve management human resources to the VLR’s Board of Editors to meet requirements of development of the Vietnam’s logistics sector and of the VLR Magazine in the progress of development and international economic integration.

On behalf of the leaders of the Board of Editors, PhD. Le Van Hy- Editor in-chief congratulated her and expect Ms. Pham Kim Lien, with the background of 14 years working at VLR, will have more efforts and contributions in the process of developing the magazine in the new time- the time of global economic integration, when technology goes along with media activities.

Deputy Editor-in-chief of VLR Magazine - Nguyen Si Binh presents flowers to congratulate the new Deputy-Editor-in-Chief - Pham Kim Lien

Head of Accounting - Finance Department - Truong Thu Ha offers a present to the new Deputy Editor-in-chief Pham Kim Lien

Leaders of the Board of Editors and staff with the new Deputy Editor-in-chief Pham Kim Lien

Leaders of the Board of Editors and staff with the new Deputy Editor-in-chief Pham Kim Lien

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