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Vice President receives Japanese Kanagawa prefecture delegation

Politics

Vice President receives Japanese Kanagawa prefecture delegation

Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh has proposed that Japan and Kanagawa prefecture create favourable conditions for Japanese and Vietnamese businesses to strengthen investment partnership and implement economic and cooperation activities in other fields, especially creative industry, agriculture, education and training.

Cooperation between Vietnamese, Japanese localities facilitated

Politics

Cooperation between Vietnamese, Japanese localities facilitated

Vietnam attaches importance to promoting locality cooperation with Japan, considering this a result-oriented and effective collaboration channel to step up economic, trade and labour ties as well as people-to-people exchange between the two countries, said Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung.

PM highlights ASEAN commitments to strengthen ties with Japan

Politics

PM highlights ASEAN commitments to strengthen ties with Japan

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has underlined strong commitments of ASEAN in promoting and elevating the strategic partnership and comprehensive cooperation between the grouping and Japan for peace, stability and prosperity of each side as well as the whole region.

New Japanese e-learning curriculum introduced

Society

New Japanese e-learning curriculum introduced

The Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences’ centre for Vietnam-East Asia research exchange and human resources cooperation has joined hands with the Gores Academy’s Japan Institute of Culture and Economics to hold a seminar in Hanoi on November 13 on Gores Nihongo Suisui, a Japanese e-learning curriculum.

Vinamilk remains upbeat about future growth

Business

Vinamilk remains upbeat about future growth

Vietnam Dairy Products JSC (Vinamilk) is optimistic about its future development as the sector still has room to grow, the company’s general director Mai Kieu Lien told an investor meeting on November 6.