The “Vietnam-Japan Friendship Train” departed from Hanoi station to Ho Chi Minh City at 7pm on May 8, beginning its 30-trip operation on the North-South railway from now to September.
The “Vietnam-Japan Friendship Train” will run on the North-South railway from May 8 to September 23, as part of activities to celebrate the Vietnam-Japan Friendship Year.
(VOV) - The south-central province of Ninh Thuan has pledged to prioritise, offer assistance to, and consider the requests of any Japanese businesses investing in the locality.
The southern province Binh Phuoc is set to create a favourable environment for Japanese investors.
Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam YasuakiTanizaki has worked with leaders of Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City on a project to build a friendship hospital in the city.
(VOV) - The Japanese government has agreed to grant 202.926 billion yen (more than US$2 billion) in official development aid to Vietnam in the 2012–2013 fiscal year.
Japan will help the northern mountain province of Hoa Binh improve the quality of its healthcare system with a non-refundable aid worth 600 million JPY (about US$6.3 million).
(VOV) - Vietnam needs to modernise infrastructure, generate high-quality human capital and finalise legal reforms to attract more investment to industry, experts have said.
(VOV) - A contract for non-refundable aid worth US$51,000 from the Japanese Government to Vietnam to upgrade fire trucks was signed in Hanoi on March 13.
(VOV) - The Japanese Embassy in Vietnam opened the Vietnam-Japan Friendship Year on March 1, marking the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Japan and Vietnam.
(VOV) - Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc received World Bank (WB) Country Director Victoria Kwakwa and Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Yasuaki Tanazaki in Hanoi on February 6.
Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Le Thanh Hai has expressed his hope that Japan will continue assisting key projects in the city.
A Japanese fund has given US$100,000 to the Ministry of Public Security to support efforts to alleviate natural disaster consequence and poverty.
(VOV) -Yuzuru (Twilight Crane), a famous Japanese opera adapted from its folk story will be staged at Hanoi Opera House on March 29-30, announced Norio Hattori, Japan’s former Ambassador to Vietnam on January 15.
(VOV) - Japan is one of Vietnam’s top economic partners and the first country in the Group of Seven (G7) to recognize Vietnam’s market economy status.