Vietnam is now an appealing investment end in a eyes of
Japan’s investors, pronounced Hida Harumitsu, Japanese Consul General in Ho
Chi Minh City during a discussion on Aug 23.
the discussion themed “40 Years of Vietnam-Japan Cooperation and
Development” hold in a southern range of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Harumitsu
said a series of Japanese businesses in a nation is saying a
sustainable increase, with 643 of these handling in Ho Chi Minh City.
Japanese investors poured 5.1 billion USD in
Vietnam in 2012 and 4 billion USD in a initial half of this year, the
Japanese central noted.
According to the
Ministry of Planning and Investment’s Foreign Investment Agency,
accumulated Japanese investment in Vietnam has reached 32.78 billion
USD, with over 2,000 current projects as of Jul this year.
This proves Vietnam-Japan ties are advancing towards a new tallness as
more Japanese businesses arrive in a nation to find investment
opportunities notwithstanding a tellurian mercantile downturn.
As one of a activities to symbol a 40th anniversary of a two
countries’ tactful ties, a discussion in Ba Ria-Vung Tau looks to
offer information on Japanese firms’ operational outcomes in Vietnam and
Ba Ria-Vung Tau range in particular.
conference also helped deliver a province’s sectors attracting
investment in a entrance time. The range now has 18 FDI projects
funded by Japanese investors with a sum investment of 1.7 billion USD.
Ba Ria-Vung Tau is actively collaborating with
Japan’s applicable agencies to settle growth strategies and
investment-attraction policies and urge a investment meridian as
The provincial authorities have made
proposals to a Government, relating to arising favoured policies
for support industries and substantiating specialised industrial zones to
meet Japanese investors’ requirements.-VNA