VOV.VN - As the most dynamic part of the Vietnamese economy, questions linger over how prepared Ho Chi Minh City is to lure foreign direct investment (FDI) flows after being hit by the effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic over a long period of time.
VOV.VN - Whilst the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) is anticipated to offer a wealth of opportunities through an expansion of export markets and greater job creation, the quality of human resources must improve in order to meet stringent requirements regarding the overall quality of goods and services, insiders state.
Foreign enterprises have applauded Vietnam’s efforts to improve its international trade policies through a close watch on global trends, according to Hironobu Kitagawa, Vice Chairman of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO).
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.
Japan will help the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre to establish a climate-resilient agricultural value chain, said the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Office in Vietnam on March 12.
Foreign investors still pay great attention to Vietnam albeit the complicated developments of the acute respiratory disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 which started to hit the world earlier this year.
Services and retail are forecast to attract a large amount of Japanese direct investment into Vietnam this year.
About 64% of Japanese enterprises want to expand business operations in Vietnam according to a survey.
About 64 percent of Japanese enterprises plan to continue expansion of their business in Vietnam due to its favourable investment environment.
Japanese investment in Vietnam has strongly developed in both quality and quantity as investors are applying the most advanced technologies in production, experts have said.
Tidy profits have motivated around 64 percent of Japanese firms in Vietnam to consider expanding their business in the Southeast Asian country, according to the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO).
The Vietnamese embassy in Tokyo hosted a banquet on December 13 to thank Japanese ministries, agencies, businesses and individuals for their support for Vietnam – Japan friendship over the past years.
The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) opened the Japan-Vietnam Agricultural Business Meeting 2019 in Hanoi on December 5.
Representatives of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) worked with leaders of the Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang on October 30 to learn about the local investment environment.
VOV.VN - Can Tho municipal leaders and representatives from the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) discussed future investment opportunities for Japanese firms in Can Tho at their meeting on October 29.
Over 80 percent of Japanese firms said they are willing to receive foreign workers, and 95 percent of them are interested in Vietnamese IT engineers, according to a survey conducted by the Vietnam Software Association (VINASA).
The growth and openness of the economy have made Vietnam an attractive retail market for both domestic and foreign retailers.
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.
A seminar on strengthening cooperation between the Central Highlands localities and Japan took place in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak on October 7.