Eighty nine percent of Japanese firms in Vietnam complain over entry restrictions, 65% stating they are impacted by domestic travel restrictions, a survey revealed.
VOV.VN - Of all Japanese enterprises operating in the nation, up to 63.9% have unveiled plans to continue expanding their business in the country, a higher rate than enterprises from ASEAN, ranking third in Asia and Oceania, behind those from Bangladesh and India, according to a recent survey conducted by the Japan External Trade Organization.
Vietnam is a strong candidate among the alternative investment destinations as Japanese enterprises are moving away from China due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Hirai Shinji, Chief Representative of the Japan Trade Promotion Organisation (JETRO) in Ho Chi Minh City
Production and revenue of Japanese enterprises in Vietnam are expected to fall at 70% in the second quarter of 2020, the results of the latest survey showed.
About 64 percent of Japanese enterprises plan to continue expansion of their business in Vietnam due to its favourable investment environment.
Nearly 200 international students, including those from Vietnam, have engaged in an exchange with representatives of 40 Japanese companies and organisations in Japan’s Aichi prefecture.
Ho Chi Minh city will create favourable conditions for Japanese firm to make long-term investment and business in the southern economic hub, on the basis of the special relations between the two countries, a municipal official affirmed on December 6.
Vietnamese and Japanese firms shared information about and cooperation experience in new technologies during Japan ICT Day 2019 that opened in the central city of Da Nang on October 22.
Up to 70 percent of Japanese businesses want to expand investment in Vietnam, especially in agriculture, a recent survey conducted by the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) showed.
Japanese enterprises are competing to attract Vietnamese workers who used to work in the country as interns after the ‘specified skills visa’ policy was launched on April 1, The Yomiuri Shimbun reported in its July 8 issue.
After Vietnam signed a bilateral free trade agreement with the European Union (EU), many Japanese enterprises expressed their optimism about business opportunities that the deal could bring to the Southeast Asian market.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has affirmed that the Vietnamese government and north central localities are ready to offer all possible support to Japanese partners to expand their business operations there.
A business networking event was held in Ho Chi Minh City on April 12 to promote trade ties between Vietnamese and Japanese enterprises.
The real estate market in Vietnam is the most attractive in Southeast Asia, according to Director of Japan’s Global Link Cooperative Yoshinori Nakata.
An exchange programme between enterprises operating in Japan’s Aichi prefecture and international students took place at the University of Nagoya last weekend as part of Japan’s recruitment activities.
A group of 100 Japanese entrepreneurs arrived at the Can Tho International Airport of the Mekong Delta of Can Tho city on November 1.
Authorities of the northern province of Vinh Phuc have granted an investment licence to investors of Kowa Global project in Binh Xuyen district’s Binh Xuyen Industrial Park (IP).
Measures to build sustainable partnerships with Japanese producers is the focus of a workshop organised in Ho Chi Minh City on July 27 by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Ho Chi Minh City (VCCI-HCM) and the Vietnam-Japan Human Resource Cooperation Centre.
The Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Ho Chi Minh City (JCCH) will actively collaborate with businesses in Vietnam’s southern economic hub for mutual long-term benefits and development.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) on establishing an agency for promoting investment and supporting Japanese enterprises in investing in the northern province of Vinh Phuc (Japan Desk Vinh Phuc) was signed in the locality on March 26.