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Vietnam continues to be key overseas production base of global giants

The country needs to well prepare for conditions to compete with its rivals in attracting foreign investment.

Investing frameworks can entice even more

Starting with the silent move of global smartphone titan Apple, companies have been shifting their facilities to Vietnam, following the call for more lucrative investment opportunities.

Panasonic to move Thai-based production to Vietnam

Japanese appliance-maker Panasonic on May 21 said that next year it will move its Thai-based production of refrigerators and washing machines to Vietnam, laying off some 800 workers.

Local air-conditioner brands join race for market share

Vietnamese air conditioner manufacturers are increasingly using sophisticated technologies as they jostle for market share in a competitive market.

Improving human resources – top factor for Vietnam’s growth: JICA specialists

There remain problems concerning human resources and Vietnamese businesses should focus on what Japanese experts have addressed.

Why did Panasonic shift to Vietnam?

 VietNamNet Bridge - Panasonic has opene its first electrical equipment factory in Vietnam after 20 years importing products into Vietnam.


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Panasonic, Sanyo fined $56 mln for price-fixing

 Japan's Panasonic and its subsidiary Sanyo have each pleaded guilty to price-fixing involving auto parts and battery cells, agreeing to pay $56.5 million in fines, according to the US Justice Department.