Making the most of Japan’s support

Making the most of Japan’s support

The Vietnamese government is boosting public investment disbursement. Shimizu Akira, chief representative at the Vietnam Office of the Japan International Cooperation Agency, talked with VIR’s Thanh Thu about how effectively Vietnam is doing this job and how important Japan’s assistance is.
Long An seeks to attract more Japanese investors

Long An seeks to attract more Japanese investors

The People’s Committee of the Mekong Delta province of Long An on August 23 held an investment promotion conference and a dialogue with Japanese enterprises.
Assessing Japanese M&A deals in a turbulent period

Assessing Japanese M&A deals in a turbulent period

Vietnam’s merger and acquisition (M&A) market remains appealing to Japanese investors despite global uncertainties. Masataka “Sam” Yoshida, head of the Cross-border Division of RECOF Corporation and CEO of RECOF Vietnam Co., Ltd., talked to VIR’s Thanh Van about the wave of Japanese M&A in Vietnam at this turbulent time.
Vinh Phuc attracted 700 delegates to conference on Vietnam-Japan ties

Vinh Phuc attracted 700 delegates to conference on Vietnam-Japan ties

Nearly 700 delegates participated in the conference in Vinh Phuc on June 23 with a view to reinforcing the province’s cooperation with Japanese investors.
Vinh Phuc strengthens connection and cooperation with Japanese investors

Vinh Phuc strengthens connection and cooperation with Japanese investors

The Vinh Phuc conference on strengthening Vietnam-Japan cooperation and development will take place on June 23 both in-person and online at the Dic Star Hotel in Vinh Yen city.
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.
AEON Mall to invest in more projects in Hanoi

AEON Mall to invest in more projects in Hanoi

Nakagawa Tetsuyuki, general director of AEON Mall Vietnam, said that the business wants to invest in three or four more projects in Hanoi by 2025.
Japanese retailers jumping on board

Japanese retailers jumping on board

During the last few years, Japanese investors boldly expanded their influence in Vietnam, especially in the retail sector.
Japanese investors circling around greener ventures

Japanese investors circling around greener ventures

Japanese investors are planning to pour more money into renewables and environment-based projects in Vietnam, as part of both nations’ drive to help Vietnam achieve sustainable development.
Japanese investors seeking increase of localisation ratio

Japanese investors seeking increase of localisation ratio

Japanese enterprises are promoting more connections with domestic partners to increase the localisation ratio.
30 Japanese enterprises look for investment opportunities in Thanh Hoa

30 Japanese enterprises look for investment opportunities in Thanh Hoa

30 Japanese enterprises look for investment opportunities in the central province of Thanh Hoa in manufacturing, resort real estate, and other sectors.
Japanese optimism in renewed vitality

Japanese optimism in renewed vitality

Japanese investors in Vietnam are recovering and expecting operating profits to improve towards 2022. Takeo Nakajima, chief representative of the Hanoi Office of the Japan External Trade Organization, discussed with VIR’s Bich Thuy the recovery path of businesses and investment trends in 2022.
Japanese fuelling new dealmaking trends in Vietnam

Japanese fuelling new dealmaking trends in Vietnam

Japanese investors continue to make waves in Vietnam’s merger and acquisition landscape. Masataka “Sam” Yoshida, head of the Cross-border Division of RECOF Corporation and CEO of RECOF Vietnam Co., Ltd., told VIR’s Thanh Van more about the ongoing momentum of Japanese dealmaking in Vietnam.
Japanese investors making intentions known in Vietnam

Japanese investors making intentions known in Vietnam

With Vietnam strongly accelerating infrastructure works and improving human resources quality, Japan is expected to continue assisting its strategic partner in these areas.
Long-term impetus sought for Japanese ambitions in mergers and acquisitions

Long-term impetus sought for Japanese ambitions in mergers and acquisitions

Japanese investors continue to move forward and clinch deals with Vietnamese partners, bucking the trend of hamstrung transactions elsewhere in recent times.
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