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Japanese capital injected into real estate

VietNamNet Bridge - Are Japanese too slow to march towards the Vietnamese real estate market? The current merger & acquisition (M&A) wave indicates the answer is ‘no’.

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 pouring more money into Vietnam real estate

VietNamNet Bridge - Have the Japanese been too slow to invest in Vietnamese real estate market? The current merger & acquisition (M&A) wave indicates ‘no’.

Eco-industrial parks a new trend

VietNamNet Bridge - Foreign industrial zone developers are leading the way in the development of eco-industrial parks (EIZ) in Vietnam. 

Foreign firms hungry for slice of the market

VietNamNet Bridge – Overseas food companies are eager to grab a slice of the thriving Vietnamese food ingredients industry.

Japanese take prudent steps towards Vietnamese housing market

VietNamNet Bridge - Japanese investors have shown their interest in the Vietnamese housing market, but they have been very cautious about their investment decisions.  

Japan firms eye commercial facilities at metro station

 Japanese companies are keen to develop commercial facilities at the Ben Thanh underground station of Metro Line No. 1 under construction in HCMC.

Surveys reveal positive response to improved business climate

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s business climate improvements have won plaudits from Japanese investors and the World Bank.

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).

Foreign capital to return to real estate market in 2015

VietNamNet Bridge –  The year 2014, which witnessed the recovery of foreign capital inflow to the real estate sector, also saw money for registered investment projects disbursed.


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President welcomes new wave of Japanese investment

 President Truong Tan Sang says he anticipates a new wave of Japanese investment in 2015.

More Japanese investing in Vietnam’s property market

 VietNamNet Bridge – Singaporean, South Korean and Taiwanese investors have been the traditional investors in the property sector, but more Japanese companies have been pouring money into projects recently.

Can Tho seeks Japan funds

 VietNamNet Bridge – Officials of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho last Saturday called on Japanese investors to fund key projects in exchange for favourable conditions.


 Japan’s growing appetite for restaurant and food sector; Overseas remittances to HCM City hit nearly US$2.8 billion; Economists support PM's speech on closing weak banks; SOEs slow to withdraw from non-core businesses

Japanese investors leave China, eye Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Many Japanese investors are now leaving China due to political problems, which is seen as a golden opportunity for Vietnam to grab them, economists say.


 GDP per capita to reach 5,500 USD in northern key economic area; Japanese food producers eye Vietnamese market; Microchip Technology to build HCM City factory; Rubber, rice exports drop in six months; Business optimism on the rise this year


 FDI inflows drop in first half of the year; Formosa proposes special steel zone in Vung Ang; Petrol prices reach record highs in Vietnam; HCM City revokes licenses for real estate projects

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.


 Authorities call for oversight of fraudulent retail websites; Electronics sector in need of support; Even distribution of FDI a must: experts; Enterprise law seeks to open opportunities; Japan keen on hiring Vietnamese senior personnel