PM Dung’s Japan visit records important outcomes Politics

PM Dung’s Japan visit records important outcomes

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung and his entourage left Tokyo on December 15, concluding a four-day official visit to Japan where he attended a commemorative summit to mark 40 years of ASEAN-Japan dialogue relations and the fifth Mekong-Japan Summit.

Deputy Foreign Minister Pham Quang Vinh has told the press that the PM’s visit has achieved very important outcomes.

Vietnam hopes to woo more Japanese investors

Vietnam considers Japan to be a prioritised market for trade promotion activities and is working hard to attract more investment from the Northeast Asian giant, according to Nguyen Van Trung, Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment.

Japan helps develop Vietnam's industrial strategy

Vietnam and Japan are working closely together to develop detailed action plans to carry out Vietnam 's industrialisation strategy, as part of their cooperation agreement towards 2020 with a vision to 2030.
Japan to invest in industries in Vietnam Business

Japan to invest in industries in Vietnam

The Japanese Government has pledged to invest in six key industrial sectors in Vietnam, including household electricity, food processing, shipbuilding, agricultural machinery, environment and energy saving and the automobile and spare part production industry.