JETRO keen on investing in Can Tho Business

JETRO keen on investing in Can Tho

The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) on November 17 expressed its wish to invest in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho in the sectors of education, infrastructure, and high-tech farming.
Factors contributing to Vietnam’s attractiveness to Japanese firms Business

Factors contributing to Vietnam’s attractiveness to Japanese firms

Various Japanese enterprises are planning to expand their investment in Vietnam, where business insiders of Japan assess as the second most attractive investment destination after the US, according to Chief Representative of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) Najakima Takeo in Hanoi.
Ha Nam targets more investments in hi-tech industry Business

Ha Nam targets more investments in hi-tech industry

Industrial parks (IPs) in the northern province of Ha Nam has attracted nearly 61.7 million USD in 10 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects and 3.9 trillion VND (over 166.5 million USD) in 21 domestic ones so far this year.
Vietnam’s FDI attraction policy pays off Business

Vietnam’s FDI attraction policy pays off

Despite adverse COVID-19 impacts on the global economy, Vietnam’s selective investment attraction policy with priority to high-quality projects has proved effective, according to experts.
Japanese firms in Vietnam turn eyes to non-manufacturing industries Business

Japanese firms in Vietnam turn eyes to non-manufacturing industries

There was a significant increase in Japanese investment in Vietnam’s non-manufacturing industries, such as retailing, education, healthcare, energy, finance and insurance, transport and real estate, according to a 2021 survey of the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO) on 700 Japanese FDI enterprises in Vietnam.
Japanese firms’ recruitment demands start recovering from Q2 Society

Japanese firms’ recruitment demands start recovering from Q2

Recruitment demand of Japanese companies in Vietnam is recovering in the second quarter of 2021, but being good at Japanese is no longer a competitive advantage for candidates applying to the company, according to a report released by Navigos Group, a leading recruitment group in Vietnam, on June 22.