VOV.VN - The nation’s successful efforts to contain the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic is being taken as a guarantee of the country’s full commitment to a safe and competitive investment environment in comparison to regional neighbours.
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) said with a young population, great potential and increasing trade growth, Vietnam is offering big opportunities for Japanese firms to expand their market.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has affirmed that Vietnam vows to create the best business environment for Japanese enterprises and urged them to expand activities in the country and increase connections with local firms.
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) held a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City on March 14 to help Japanese enterprises solve difficulties and challenges facing them in food import-export and business activities in Vietnam.
Vietnam wants Japanese enterprises to seek business and investment opportunities in the country, said Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung at talks with Chairman of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) Akio Mimura on April 13.
Japanese enterprises have shown increasing interest in various sectors in Vietnam, especially real estate which is enjoying trending upward, Masakazu Yamaguchi, Managing Director of the Creed Group (CREED) was quoted by Dau tu (Investment) newspaper as saying.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MoPI) pledged to provide the best possible conditions for Japanese enterprises to operate in Vietnam and cooperate with Vietnamese localities.
A delegation of the Kansai Association of Corporate Executives led by Akihiro Kuroda, Chairman of the Kokuyo Corporation, visited the northern Ha Nam province on November 8 to learn about investment environment in the province.
A workshop on opportunities in agriculture and investment cooperation between Vietnam and Japan was held by the Consulate General of Vietnam in coordination with Japan’s Kokorozashi Network in Osaka, Japan on June 7.
Japanese manufacturers are eyeing the ASEAN region, especially Vietnam as an export base since the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in late 2015, according to a recent survey announced by the Asian Nikkei Review on May 12.
Japanese enterprises wish to expand their investment cooperation with Vietnam as the country continues to enjoy strong growth, especially after the recent signing of a number of trade deals.
The central province of Ha Tinh called for more Japanese investment inflows during a meeting in Hanoi on June 18.
(VOV) -Central Quang Nam province staged a seminar in Tokyo on August 25 to introduce its investment potential to the Japanese business community.
(VOV) -At least 300 Japanese enterprises have enthusiastically expressed interest in investing in Vietnam, said Sato Motonobu, Chairman of the Japan Business Association in Vietnam (JBAV).
(VOV) -Japanese enterprises have so far had 167 investment projects in Dong Nai province with a total registered capitalization of US$3.1 billion.
(VOV) - More than 20 leading enterprises from Hyogo prefecture in Japan, led by Governor Ido Toshizo, has paid a working visit to Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province to seek partners and promote investment.
(VOV) - A group of 80 Japanese enterprises, led by Mie Prefecture Governor Suzuki Eikei, will visit Vietnam to seek investment opportunities and do business.
Considering Japanese investors as strategic partners, the central province of Thanh Hoa is urging them to focus on petro-chemistry, electronics, telecommunications and infrastructure areas.
The Overseas Investment Department in HCM City held a talk with more than 30 enterprises from Japan’s Aichi province on June 2.