The Customs Department of southern Binh Duong province coordinated with the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) to organise a dialogue with nearly 100 Japanese businesses operating in the locality on May 10.

At the event, the businesses mentioned issues relating to customs procedures, tariff policies and certificates of origin. Most of their queries were cleared up by officials from the Customs Department and VCCI during the dialogue.

According to Yamamoto, a Japanese business representative, it is good that such a large number of Japanese businesses are involved in the dialogue. In the future, there will be more businesses from Japan to invest in Binh Duong since its infrastructure satisfies their demands.

Japan is one of the biggest investor in the province with 170 valid projects worth more than 3.2 billion USD. Many Japanese businesses operate effectively and implement Vietnam’s policies, contributing to local economic development and the improvement of employees’ lives.-VNA