New wave of Japanese investment expected in Vietnam

08-Oct-2014 Intellasia | VOV | 6:00 AM Print This Post

This information was announced by the Japanese delegation led by Ibaraki Governor Hashimoto Masaru during a meeting with State President Truong Tan Sang in Hanoi on October 6.

Hashimoto Masaru and a large number of Japanese businesses are on a visit to Vietnam at the invitation of President Sang to explore investment opportunity and carry out an agricultural cooperation agreement signed during the State leader’s Japan visit early this year.

Sang described the Japanese delegation’s visit as reflecting fine development in Vietnam-Japan strategic partnership and political confidence.

The two countries are experiencing the best-ever relations for peace, stability and prosperity in the region, he said, adding that Japan is a development model that Vietnam wants to learn to boost economic restructuring and the shift of growth model.

He also thanked Japan’s support in the past, as well as its current official development assistance (ODA) to Vietnam.

Ibaraki Governor Hashimoto Masura said many Japanese investors are keen on the Vietnamese market. In the coming time, a series of cooperative activities will be held between the two sides, he revealed.

Thanks to bilateral strategic partnership, Vietnam will soon welcome a new wave of investment from Japan, which he said wants to receive more support from the Vietnamese government, ministries and agencies.

Ibaraki prefecture is one of the most important agricultural centres of Japan with a high level of industrialisation.

 


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