Flower farmers in Da Lat City, located in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, are overcoming technical challenges to produce export-quality flowers.
The northern province of Phu Tho hopes Japanese businesses will continue expanding investments in the Vietnamese locality and commits to creating favourable conditions for their operation.
Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong has visited several universities of Japan to seek partnership with the facilities to serve the city’s development.
Japanese experience was shared at a workshop in Hanoi on March 21 which discussed legal basis for the training and development of the beauty industry in Vietnam.
A Japanese food importer in Vietnam has called for improvements to the current procedures for sampling imports, which places a burden on companies with a clean record.
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.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc advocated boosting cooperation between Vietnam and New Zealand in fields of mutual interest such as education-training, organic agriculture, smart agriculture, and infrastructure while addressing the Vietnam-New Zealand Business Forum in Auckland on March 13.
Driven by better performance in 2017, around 70 per cent of Japanese businesses in Vietnam are planning to expand their business activities in the country to cash in on the huge growth potential.
As the Vietnamese economy is forecast to continue its high growth in 2018, more Japanese firms are likely to invest in the country, said Hironobu Kitagawa, chief representative of Japanese External Trade Organisation (JETRO) in Hanoi.
Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong on January 24 met with a delegation of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) and Japanese businesses who came to learn about local investment climate.
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) recently held a press conference in Hanoi, where it called for Vietnamese enterprises to do business in Japan, noting the country as an attractive destination for foreign investors.
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) will create opportunities for Japanese businesses to meet with Vietnamese food companies to exchange investment information.
Japan is calling for Vietnamese enterprises and investors to do business in the land of the rising sun.
The Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) recently held a press conference in Hanoi to introduce Japan as an attractive investment destination to Vietnamese businesses.
Japan External Trade Organisation Ho Chi Minh City (JETRO) and the Ministry of Planning and Investment's Foreign Investment Agency will co-organise the Invest Japan seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on December 19.
Vietnam’s CMC Corporation, one of the leading information and communications technology (ICT) groups in Vietnam, opened its subsidiary in Yokohama city of Kanagawa prefecture on November 7.
Seventy-six new products of Japan have recently been brought into the Vietnamese market, according to the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO).
Vietnam has been considered as a “fertile land” for foreign food firms as many trademarks from the Republic of Korea (RoK), Japan and Thailand are seeking ways to penetrate the 93 million-strong market.
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.
Investment in Ha Nam has significantly increased in recent years thanks to the northern province’s concerted efforts in attracting more projects.