The province is currently home to more than 1,800 foreign-invested projects with total capital of US$32.8 billion. Japan is third on the list of top foreign investors in the province with over 240 projects worth a combined US$4.3 billion.
At the dialogue, Japanese businesses talked about problems they encountered in visa, foreigners’ income tax and corporate tax.
Representatives from local agencies gave detailed explanation and promptly addressed arising issues when possible.
Chairman of the Japanese business association in Dong Nai Kadowaki Keiichi said the provincial authorities have removed many obstacles faced by Japanese investors thanks to the dialogues held so far, thus promoting cooperation for development between the two nations and among their firms.
Vice Chairman of Dong Nai People’s Committee Tran Van Vinh noted that the Japanese business community in Dong Nai has contributed greatly to the province’s high and stable economic growth as well as its shift towards sustainable development.
The same day, the Dong Nai People’s Committee organized a B2B event between Japanese and local firms.