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.
RoK firm invests in coal-fired power project in Vietnam Business

RoK firm invests in coal-fired power project in Vietnam

The board of the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) of the Republic of Korea (RoK) endorsed investment in a project involving Korean and Japanese companies to build a coal-fired power plant in Vietnam, according to AJU, a RoK business newspaper.
Two Japanese companies develop green energy in Cambodia World

Two Japanese companies develop green energy in Cambodia

Two Japanese firms - renewable energy producer Aura Green Energy Co. and solar panel system provider WWB Corp - have teamed up to launch a hybrid power generation business combining biomass and solar energy in Cambodia in 2021, aiming to help secure stable power supply. ​
Japan to recruit students in central Vietnam Society

Japan to recruit students in central Vietnam

The ASEAN Car Business Career Company of Japan plans to recruit more than 220 automobile engineering students from Da Nang-based Dong A College to work in the Japanese car industry later this year.
Japanese bank to open office in Hanoi Business

Japanese bank to open office in Hanoi

Japan’s Juroku Bank Ltd will open a representative office in Hanoi in the time ahead after getting a licence from the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) in early February.
Japanese firms seek more staff Society

Japanese firms seek more staff

Japanese companies in Vietnam are seeking more personnel, especially at the managerial level, as investment from Japan has risen greatly in recent years.