Japanese police raid home of Tokyo Olympics executive: reports

Japanese police raid home of Tokyo Olympics executive: reports

Japanese police on Tuesday raided the home of a 2020 Tokyo Olympics board member who allegedly received money from a sponsor he signed a consulting contract with, local media reported.
Japanese funding on Hai Duong radar

Japanese funding on Hai Duong radar

Japanese investors are increasingly ramping up expansion into the northern province of Hai Duong to capitalise on the favourable investment climate.
PM visit underscores Japanese promise

PM visit underscores Japanese promise

Vietnam’s trade and investment partnership with Japan is expected to witness a new chapter for development, with both nations set to agree on furthering their ties in these sectors painted by strong and fresh commitments.
Supporting Vietnam through official Japanese assistance

Supporting Vietnam through official Japanese assistance

Japan is expected to continue supporting Vietnam via its official development assistance. Shimizu Akira, chief representative of the Vietnam Office of the Japan International Cooperation Agency, explains how Japan can help its strategic partner accelerate the construction of infrastructure for socioeconomic development.
Japanese police arrest suspect threatening to shoot down Vietnam Airlines plane

Japanese police arrest suspect threatening to shoot down Vietnam Airlines plane

A representative of Vietnam Airlines in Japan on February 17 confirmed that Japanese police had arrested a suspect who threatened to shoot down a passenger plane of the airline in January.
Eximbank ends partnership with Japan's SMBC

Eximbank ends partnership with Japan's SMBC

The Vietnam Export Import Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Eximbank) will terminate its partnership with Japanese Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) as from February 7, according to a resolution of the bank's board of directors.
Nearly 55 per cent of Japanese firms in Vietnam gained profits despite pandemic

Nearly 55 per cent of Japanese firms in Vietnam gained profits despite pandemic

The proportion of profitable Japanese companies in Vietnam is expected to have climbed by 4.7 points in 2021, compared to 2020, equivalent to 54.3 per cent.
Calm preparations suit new prospects for Japanese M&As

Calm preparations suit new prospects for Japanese M&As

Vietnam remains a favourite destination for Japanese investors to step up their mergers and acquisitions. Masataka “Sam” Yoshida, head of the Cross-border Division of RECOF Corporation and CEO of RECOF Vietnam Co., Ltd., shared with VIR’s Thanh Van the overview of Japanese dealmaking in Vietnam and the upcoming prospects
Japanese committed to ODA infrastructure ventures

Japanese committed to ODA infrastructure ventures

With Vietnam strongly accelerating infrastructure construction in service of the country’s socioeconomic development, Japan is expected to continue supporting its strategic partner via official development assistance.
Japanese still eager for mergers and acquisitions

Japanese still eager for mergers and acquisitions

Healthcare and pharmaceuticals remain attractive segments to Japanese buyers.
Japan holding interest in real estate

Japan holding interest in real estate

The suitable pandemic response policy, stable economic development, and improved investment environment has ensured Vietnam remains in the lead in terms of attracting more Japanese investment into real estate this year.
Lychee going digital thanks to Vietrade’s online tie-ups

Lychee going digital thanks to Vietrade’s online tie-ups

Lychee – the small, rounded fruit with its sweet, white scented flesh – is on its way to Japanese customers thanks to the activities of the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade and more lenient regulations from the Japan
Japanese pin hopes on Vietnam’s market

Japanese pin hopes on Vietnam’s market

New Japanese joint ventures in Vietnam are providing the evidence that Vietnam is becoming a haven for trusting investments as the globe attempts to fight out of the pandemic recessions.
Japanese maintaining operations thanks to quick-thinking action

Japanese maintaining operations thanks to quick-thinking action

Japanese businesses have deployed a number of new business models in Vietnam in 2020 in an effort to shelter from the storm of COVID-19.
Investment intensifies for Japanese

Investment intensifies for Japanese

After the first round of incentives offered to Japanese companies by their government in July, another batch of new investors has been confirmed to receive further financial assistance for their efforts to diversify supply chains and ramp up manufacturing activities in Vietnam.
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