Japanese investors

Update news Japanese investors

 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

Tired of China, afraid of Thailand, Japanese capital heading for Vietnam

Concerned about the political uncertainties in Thailand and the decreased attractiveness in China, Japanese tend to head for Vietnam, where they will not be bothered by political problems and can enjoy attractive investment incentives.

Japanese flock to VN to use cheap labor force

 VietNamNet Bridge – A lot of Japanese investors in Thailand now tend to relocate their factories to Vietnam. However, only the labor intensive production workshops would be set up here.


 Viet Nam bans import of used electronic devices; Steel pipes face high anti-dumping levies in US market; Industrial parks, export zones seek $550m investment capital; Investors still face red tape woes

Vietnamese banks fascinate Japanese investors

 VietNamNet Bridge – A lot of Japanese banks have bought the stakes of many Vietnamese big banks over the last three years. Others are seeking their opportunities in Vietnam.

Koreans and Japanese to rescue VN shipbuilding industry?

 VietNamNet Bridge – Opinions from a well-informed circle say South Korean and Japanese “big guys” would jump into the Vietnamese shipbuilding industry. Does it mean the shipbuilding industry will be saved?

Japanese still pour money into industrial projects

 VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese investors have poured more money into the service, retail finance and banking sectors, but they will continue focusing on industrial projects in Vietnam, experts say.

Japan, South Korea with two characters and two investment trends

 VietNamNet Bridge – Japan and South Korea are the two biggest foreign direct investors in Vietnam. However, they have been following the different ways to develop investment projects and do business in Vietnam.


Japanese investors pour over US$34.5 million into Vietnam; Businesses can turn challenges into opportunities; Vietnam to join Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative; Ministry to manage OTT services

Japan and South Korea eye Vietnam for production bases

In the first ten months this year, Japanese investors registered FDI capital of $4.8 billion, staying firm as the biggest foreign investor in Vietnam. However, South Koreans have also been marching towards Vietnam, with $4 billion.

The Vietnamese activeness in Japanese eyes

 VietNamNet Bridge – Not only Vietnamese traditional hand made or farm produce, but modern high technology products have also deluded Japanese customers.


 Huge potential for cooperation with Middle East, North Africa; Garment and textile exports to reach US$19 billion; 11 export items surpass US$2 billion; Gazprom considers liquefied gas provision to Vietnam

IT investment rises despite bleak economy

 VietNamNet Bridge – There have been 18 investment deals involving Vietnamese IT firms in the first nine months of 2013 amid the backdrop of the ongoing economic crisis,

Japanese reluctant to pour capital into VN property market

 VietNamNet Bridge – Though admitting that the Vietnamese real estate market has great potentials, Japanese property firms still keep hesitant with the investment opportunities in the market.


 September CPI up 1.06%; Saigon Co.op listed among top 500 Asian retailers; Vietnamese business forums to be held in Paris, Milan; Nine-month ODA disbursement hits US$3.1 billion

Japanese cuisine a movement in HCM City

VietNamNet Bridge – Interim statistics of the Consulate General of Japan in HCMC show that there are over 200 Japanese restaurants in the city. The figure is projected to increase fast in the coming time