VOV.VN - The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) on July 28 opened a business matching event in Hanoi to help businesses from both sides seek market opportunity and expansion.
Vietnam produced US$34.3 billion worth of cellphones and components for export in 2016, 99.8% of which, or US$34.2 billion, made by FDI enterprises.
Three exhibitions introducing auxiliary products for industries will be held concurrently in Hanoi from September 13-15, as part of activities to realise commitments of the Japanese Government to assisting support industry development in Vietnam.
Chief Representative of the Hanoi Office of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) Kitagawa Hironobu said Vietnam’s support industry has huge potential during the Vietnam Support Industry Forum in Hanoi on June 15.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc met on June 7 with 30 business leaders of the Kansai region as part of his visit to Japan.
Vietnam will push ahead with institutional and legal reforms and increase its transparency in line with international practices to attract Japanese investment in the coming time, said Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen The Phuong in an interview granted to the Vietnam News Agency.
More and more Japanese firms want to expand investment in Vietnam, Chairman of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) Hiroyuki Ishige has said.
VOV.VN - A contingent of representatives from Japan held trade talks with members of the Ha Nam Province People’s Committee on April 26 focused on promoting Japanese hi-tech agriculture in the surrounding region.
The Japanese External Trade Organisation (JETRO) representative office in Ho Chi Minh City welcomed more than 6,000 Japanese firms to study the investment environment in the southern economic hub in 2016.
The northern province of Ha Nam attracted nearly US$29 million from four foreign direct investment (FDI) projects in the first three months of the year, according to Tran Xuan Duong, head of the provincial industrial parks management board.
Japanese investors have shifted their focus from manufacturing industry to service as the growing domestic market in Vietnam offers a very promising prospect for the sector.
Regulations on food sample inspections during customs clearance, food safety and hygiene standards have been discussed at a meeting in HCM City between representatives of Japanese firms and Vietnamese officials.
Economists and representatives of Vietnamese automobile enterprises believe the threatened departure of foreign automobile manufacturers would not be a problem for Vietnam.
Japanese automobile manufacturers have discussed the possibility of relocating their factories to regional countries because of Vietnam’s weak supporting industries.
An event to connect businesses from Vietnam and Japan’s Hokkaido prefecture was held in HCM City on February 27 to seek opportunities for cooperation and exports of local products to Vietnam.
VOV.VN -Japanese convenience store chains are rapidly expanding across Vietnam, where demand is strong for the service culture of the East Asian island nation.
VOV.VN - A business matching event for Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese manufacturers and related businesses has opened at the National Exhibition Construction Centre in the Nam Tu Liem District of Hanoi.
VOV.VN - A delegation of 20 Japanese businesses visited farming and processing companies in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong February 16-17 as part of a business connectivity programme.
Businesses have complained about the decision to charge high fees for using infrastructure, service facilities and public utilities at all ports in Hai Phong city.
More than 60% of Japanese firms operating in Vietnam have intentions to expand their business here to cash in on the improved investment climate, a survey by Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) has revealed.