Philippines bans poultry imports from Japan

Philippines bans poultry imports from Japan

The Philippines has imposed a temporary ban on the importation of poultry and poultry products from Japan due to an outbreak of bird flu there, the Philippine Department of Agriculture said on January 18.
Vietnam lose 2 - 4 to Japan at AFC Asian Cup opener

Vietnam lose 2 - 4 to Japan at AFC Asian Cup opener

The Vietnamese men’s national football team lost 2 - 4 to Japan in their 2023 AFC Asian Cup opener on January 14, but the two goals against Asia’s No. 1 team were still considered beyond expectations.
Three-metre tsunami recorded at Japan nuclear plant after quake

Three-metre tsunami recorded at Japan nuclear plant after quake

Three-metre (10-foot) tsunami waves were recorded at, but did not damage, a nuclear plant in Japan in the recent earthquake, its operator told AFP on Wednesday more than a week after the incident.
Japan tightens air traffic control protocols after crash

Japan tightens air traffic control protocols after crash

Japan has tightened its air traffic control protocols after a fiery collision at Tokyo's main airport in which five people died but hundreds escaped to safety, the government said Wednesday.
Embassy sends delegation to assist Vietnamese in quake-hit Ishikawa prefecture

Embassy sends delegation to assist Vietnamese in quake-hit Ishikawa prefecture

The Vietnamese Embassy in Japan on January 4 sent a working delegation, led by Minister Nguyen Duc Minh, to Ishikawa prefecture, which was hardest hit by the earthquake that occurred on January 1 to assess the situation and provide assistance for Vietnamese citizens facing difficulties there.
Japan quake death toll rises to 92, missing 242

Japan quake death toll rises to 92, missing 242

The death toll from a devastating earthquake in central Japan rose to 92 on Friday, regional authorities said, with the number of missing jumping to 242.
No casualties among Vietnamese citizens in Japan due to earthquake recorded: Embassy

No casualties among Vietnamese citizens in Japan due to earthquake recorded: Embassy

There had been no casualties among Vietnamese citizens recorded due to a recent earthquake in Japan as of 9pm on January 2, according to the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan, citing notifications from the National Police Agency of Japan.
Vietnam and Japan seek to strengthen transport infrastructure cooperation

Vietnam and Japan seek to strengthen transport infrastructure cooperation

Policymakers, businesses, and experts from both nations gathered at a conference on December 18 to share their experience and discuss cooperation opportunities.
ASEAN, Japan to beef up AI, cybersecurity cooperation

ASEAN, Japan to beef up AI, cybersecurity cooperation

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Japan are planning to work together on cybersecurity and systems for managing and operating artificial intelligence (AI), based on a draft plan on deepening their relationship.
Event helps young Vietnamese make career choices in Japan

Event helps young Vietnamese make career choices in Japan

Vietnamese Professionals in Japan organised an event entitled "The Debaters" in Tokyo on December 10.
Japanese investors continue to make headway in Vietnam

Japanese investors continue to make headway in Vietnam

Japanese investors are ramping up their focus on Vietnam thanks to the improved bilateral ties.
Japan visit reinforces strategic ties

Japan visit reinforces strategic ties

A new cooperation framework is set to deepen the relationship between Vietnam and Japan, with the latter facilitating its trade, investment, and official development flows into the former.
Dong Thap calls for investment from Japan

Dong Thap calls for investment from Japan

A conference aimed at promoting investment and trade cooperation between the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap and Japan was organised on November 29, attracting more than 50 enterprises and investors from both sides.
Japanese economy contracts in blow to Kishida

Japanese economy contracts in blow to Kishida

Japan's economy has gone into reverse, government data showed Wednesday, in a further blow to struggling Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
GMAP conference highlights Vietnam as an attractive destination for M&A transactions.

GMAP conference highlights Vietnam as an attractive destination for M&A transactions.

New capital flows from European and American companies are on their way to Vietnam, according to experts from the Global M&A Partners (GMAP) conference.
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