Update news Japanese investors
Japanese investors have poured billions of dollars to purchase stakes at Vietnamese businesses over the past decade.
Of 81 businesses receiving support from the Japanese government, 37 have decided to invest in Vietnam, while 19 have chosen Thailand.
The good relations between Japan and Vietnam are fueling Japanese capital flow into Vietnamese enterprises through portfolio investments.
Vietnam's impressive successes and growing position in the world are helping the country become an destination for Japanese and Korean investors.
Many Japanese groups are investing in Vietnamese enterprises instead of setting up their production and business facilities in Vietnam.
Japanese businesses have begun relocating factories to Vietnam, and it is expected that American and European businesses will also come soon.
Driven by new encouraging policies and motivations, more fresh opportunities will be coming for Japanese investors in Vietnam, expecting a new investment wave ahead.
Eleven Vietnamese officials involved in tax and post-customs clearance inspections at Tenma Vietnam have been suspended from work for being implicated in alleged bribery.
A recent initiative in Japan aimed to shift investment to Vietnam and other Mekong subregion nations will continuously contribute to increasing the Japanese inflow to the Southeast Asian country.
VietNamNet Bridge - Taiwan has been pursuing a ‘southbound policy’, shifting investments to countries in southern Asia. The movement has also arisen among Japanese and South Korean enterprises.
Japanese enterprises are entering the Vietnamese market gradually by buying into Vietnamese enterprises and cementing their positions in business fields with stable growth.
VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese investors are continuing to take advantage of Vietnam’s real estate market opportunities with new projects from both new and existing developers.
Asian shares sank to their lowest in over four years on Monday as doubts mounted about Beijing's ability to manage the world's second-biggest economy.