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Japan helps develop Vietnam’s industrial strategy

Vietnam and Japan are working closely together to develop detailed action plans to carry out Vietnam’s industrialization strategy, as part of their co-operation agreement towards 2020 with a vision to 2030. Under the strategy approved by the Prime Minister earlier this month, Vietnam has defined six industries that will be …

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FDI hits nearly US$10.5 billion in six months

In the same period, around US$5.7 billion was disbursed, up 5.6% compared to last year’s figure and more than US$9.3 billion poured into the processing and manufacturing industries, accounting for 88.9% of total FDI. Topped the list of 45 countries and territories investing in Vietnam was Japan with nearly US$4 …

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Agricultural and seafood exports to Japanese market

Due to different crop and weather patterns, Vietnam has plenty of opportunity to export agricultural and seafood products to the Japanese market. But there remain snags in meeting Japan’s strict food safety and hygiene requirements. According to the Vietnamese Embassy in Tokyo, Vietnam-Japan economic relations showed impressive growth in 2012. …

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Japan pledges over US$2 billion to 12 Vietnamese projects

The Japanese government has agreed to grant 202.926 billion yen (more than US$2 billion) in official development aid to Vietnam in the 2012–2013 fiscal year. The agreement formalising the pledge was signed in Hanoi on March 22 by Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Tanizaki Yasuaki and Vietnamese Minister of Planning and …

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Clothing exports surge by 28 percent

Export revenue of textiles and garments surged 28.4 percent to US$ 1.05 billion in the first month of the year, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The ministry also reported that production of woven fabrics made from synthetic and artificial fibers reached 81.8 million square metres, a 12.9 …

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Japan continues large investment into Vietnam

The results of an investigation into Japanese business activity in Asia and Oceania, with a focus on their operations in Vietnam, were released in a report on January 23. The Development Strategy Institute (DSI) and the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MoPI) have co-ordinated with the Japan External Trade Organisation …

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Boosting rice exports to Japan

Japan has become a lucrative market for Vietnamese exporters as it annually needs nearly 200,000 tonnes of rice. Last year, Japan imported 70,000 tonnes of rice, of which 30,000 tonnes came from Vietnam. Nguyen Van Tien, General Director of Angimex Joint Stock Company – a leading rice exporter to Japan …

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Supporting industries need big support to develop

Vietnam has vowed to develop supporting industries, but it still does not know what it should do to obtain that goal. What to do to become an enterprise in supporting industry? Mr Sanobe from Kawasaki City Supporting Industries Association, when asked what a business should have to become a satellite …

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Japan pledges US$2.6 billion in ODA to Vietnam

The Japanese Government has committed to grant US$2.6 billion in official development assistance (ODA) to Vietnam in 2013, nearly doubling last year’s figure (US$1.4 billion). The announcement was made by Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam, Tanizaki Yasuaki, at the three-day CG meeting which opened in Hanoi on December 10. He highly …

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