Art Vietnam Salon Gallery (in conjunction with the Japan Foundation – Asia Centre) will host the exhibition “Gang of Five, Chancing Modern” at the Vietnam Film Studio, No. 4 Thuy Khue Street, Hanoi from October 21 to November 19.
The top 50 information technology (IT) companies of Vietnam in 2017 has total revenue of over US$936 million and employ over 35,500 people, according to the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).
The Japanese Government on October 19 decided to provide emergency relief aid for Vietnamese flood-hit areas.
A delegation from Japan’s Nomura Trade Co. Ltd led by Shuhei Tabata introduced its automated turnip sowing and harvest machine to the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho during a working session on October 18.
Payment and site clearance delay are major barriers to official development assistance (ODA)-funded projects in Vietnam, chief representative of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Vietnam Fujita Yasuo told a press conference in Hanoi on October 18.
Hideo Sawada, Chairman of H.I.S, a leading travel conglomerate in Japan, has recently confirmed the group will take part in a hotel and resort project in Cam Ranh city, the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa.
Chieu Ngang Qua Pho Cu (Walking on Old Street in the Afternoon) won an award for foreign dramas at the 11th International Drama Festival in Tokyo, Japan.
Chairman of the HCM City People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong said he looks forward to boosting cooperation with Kawaguchi City in support industries and urban infrastructure development during his meeting with the Japanese city’s mayor Nobuo Okunoki in the southern hub on October 12.
Meiko Electronics Vietnam Co., Ltd. (Meiko), a subsidiary of Japan's Meiko Electronics Group, selected Quang Minh Industrial Park belonging to TNI Holdings Vietnam to build its third plant, with a total investment capital of US$50 million.
An increasing number of youths in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta are seeking job opportunities in Japan for a better future.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Nguyen Quoc Cuong has paid visits to the Japanese prefectures of Okayama, Tottori, and Shimane in Shikoku region to seek investment cooperation with Japanese businesses.
Vietnamese and Japanese intellectual property experts gathered at a conference in Ho Chi Minh City on October 6 to share experience in completing copyright system and improving the quality and comercialisation of inventions.
Ho Chi Minh City has asked the Japanese International Friendship Exchange Council (FEC) to help the city connect with Japanese investors with experience in the environment industry to address local pressing issues.
More than 300 booths from 200 domestic names received a warm response from consumers during the ‘Vietnamese give priority to Vietnamese goods’ trade fair held recently in Hanoi.
Ohtsuka Sangyo Material Vietnam, a subsidiary of Japan’s Ohtsuka Sangyo Material Co. Ltd, on October 5 inaugurated its factory at Dong Van 3 Supporting Industrial Park in Duy Tien district in the northern province of Ha Nam.
Vietnam and Japan co-organised a training conference on countering counterfeit products and enforcing intellectual property rights in northern Lang Son province on October 5.
VOV.VN - Wood exports may reach US$8 billion this year, said Nguyen Ton Quyen, General Secretary of Vietnam Timber and Forest Products Association (Vietfores) at a seminar on wood imports and exports today (October 5) in Hanoi.
Vietnam can achieve a whopping 56% annual rise in export turnover this year to reach US$275 billion, a senior official has said.
Vietnam is committed to create favourable conditions for Japanese businesses to invest in the country, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc stated while receiving Kanji Hayama, former President of the Japanese construction contractor Taisei Corp., in Hanoi on October 4.
The third Vietnam-Japan trade and cultural exchange programme and fifth annual Mekong Delta investment forum will be held in Can Tho city in October and November to lure more investment in trade and services from Japanese businesses.