Japan’s Ibaraki prefecture needs more Vietnamese trainees Society

Japan’s Ibaraki prefecture needs more Vietnamese trainees

Japan’s Ibaraki prefectures hopes to receive more Vietnamese practitioners in the fields of agriculture, manufacturing and nursing in the time ahead, according to Satoshi Tsutsumiya, head of the job opportunity promotion bureau under the prefecture’s labour department.
Ibaraki prefecture asked to boost ties with Vietnamese localities Politics

Ibaraki prefecture asked to boost ties with Vietnamese localities

Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has asked Governor of Japan’s Ibaraki prefecture Oikawa Kazuhiko and its authorities to further boost cooperation with Vietnamese localities, especially in high-tech agriculture, manufacturing and processing, and precision engineering.
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Vietnam, Japan should work together for regional peace: Deputy PM

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has suggested to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that Vietnam and Japan should coordinated closely to help maintain peace, stability and development in the region in the context of rapid and complicated changes in the regional and world situation.
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HCM City, Ibaraki prefecture seek stronger ties

Chairman of HCM City’s People’s Committee Le Hoang Quan welcomed a 100-member delegation from Japan ’s Ibaraki prefecture, led by Governor Hashimoto Masaru, in Ho Chi Minh City on October 8.
Business

Nam Dinh, Japan’s Ibaraki boost industrial, agricultural ties

Chairman of the People’s Committee of northern Nam Dinh province Doan Hong Phong had an October 7 working session with Mayor of Japan’s Ibaraki prefecture Hashimoto Masaru, during which they discussed how to step up cooperation in agriculture and industry.
Business

Vietnam boosts agricultural cooperation with Japan

Vietnam hopes to cooperate with Japanese businesses to improve the quality of the processing industry and agricultural products for exports, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Cao Duc Phat has said.