Half of Japanese firms in Vietnam plan to boost operations

Half of Japanese firms in Vietnam plan to boost operations

More than half of Japanese businesses in Vietnam and India have plans to expand their in-country operations, Kyodo News cited a recent survey.
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.
New deals offering scope for Japanese businesses

New deals offering scope for Japanese businesses

Vietnam and Japan are entering new horizons for further bilateral investment ties, with the former becoming a key market for the latter’s businesses to shore up their supply chains overseas.
The tasks ahead for attracting Japanese businesses

The tasks ahead for attracting Japanese businesses

Amid the health crisis and ongoing trade tensions between major economies, Japan’s enterprises are looking to diversify their production lines and supply chains in multiple markets.
Japan’s Can Tho investment focus

Japan’s Can Tho investment focus

Can Tho People’s Committee will host a symposium promoting investment into the city specifically tailored to Japanese businesses on August 8.
Vietnam provides favourable conditions for Japanese businesses: Deputy PM

Vietnam provides favourable conditions for Japanese businesses: Deputy PM

The Vietnamese Government is ready to create all favourable conditions for businesses from Japan, and the Kyushu region in particular, to do successful business in Vietnam, Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung said.
Majority of Japanese investors plan future expansion in Vietnam

Majority of Japanese investors plan future expansion in Vietnam

On the back of good performance in 2017, around 70 per cent of Japanese businesses in Vietnam are planning to expand in the country.
Trade fair to promote ties with Japan

Trade fair to promote ties with Japan

“Opportunities for Vietnam and Japan businesses” trade exchange-exposition opened in Ho Chi Minh City on February 22, drawing 70 leading enterprises from the world’s third largest economy.