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Japanese firms wish to scale up business in Vietnam

Tidy profits have motivated around 64 percent of Japanese firms in Vietnam to consider expanding their business in the Southeast Asian country, according to the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO).

Japanese companies recruit Vietnamese IT engineers

Japan’s information technology is developing well, but it lacks staff and is looking to hire Vietnamese software engineers.

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Japanese firms eye opportunities in southern Vietnam

A delegation of some 20 Japanese enterprises led by Tatsuhiro Shindo, executive vice president of the Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro), had a meeting with the HCMC government on January 18 to sound out investment opportunities.

Japan firms invest in local property sector despite potential risks

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many Japanese companies are aware of potential risks in the Vietnamese real estate sector but they have an increasing presence in this market, according to Tokyo-based Recof Corporation,

Japanese firms pick Vietnam for expansion, relocation projects

 VietNamNet Bridge – Most Japanese companies operating in China and Thailand would pick Vietnam if they expand or relocate investments over considerations of labor costs and investment climate, heard a conference in HCMC last Friday.

PM sees new options for Japan firms

VietNamNet Bridge – Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said Viet Nam had room for growth and could give Japanese firms new opportunities at a business forum held with the five Mekong Delta countries yesterday (July 3) in Tokyo.  

Japanese firms eye Vietnam agriculture

VietNamNet Bridge – A number of Japanese enterprises and investors have been sounding out investment opportunities in the agricultural sector in Vietnam this year, which might help the sector gain access to high technology

Over 60 percent of Japanese firms plan to expand in Vietnam

More than 60 percent of Japanese businesses plan to expand their future operations in Vietnam, according to a survey conducted by the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO).

Japanese ODA flows into transport projects

 VietNamNet Bridge – The transport sector has received the largest share of Japan’s official development assistance (ODA) loans to Vietnam over the past more than 20 years.

Japanese invested firms hunting for Vietnamese senior personnel

 VietNamNet Bridge – The demand for Vietnamese senior staff has been soaring amid a wave of Japanese investors flocking to Vietnam to set up their production bases.

Japanese firms to offer ITS package for Vietnam’s expressway

Toshiba Corporation, Hitachi Ltd. and ITOCHU just signed a contract to supply the Vietnam Expressway Corporation with an Intelligent Transport Systems package that includes electronic toll collection, traffic control and equipment monitoring systems.

President Sang attempts to entice increased Japanese investment

 VietNamNet Bridge – President Truong Tan Sang said he hoped Japan would increase investment in Viet Nam in the coming years, focusing on the six prioritised areas listed in the country's industrialisation strategy.

Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong to visit VN next week

 Deputy PM heads Fatherland Front; President holds talks with Japanese firms; NA Chairman says Viet Nam wants closer legislative link with Timor Leste; Singapore PM to pay official visit