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Invest Japan Seminar 2017 on horizon

Released at: 17:05, 07/12/2017

Invest Japan Seminar 2017 on horizon

Photo: JETRO

Seminar to introduce business opportunities in Japan to Vietnamese enterprises on December 19 in HCMC.

by Khanh Chi

The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Ho Chi Minh City and the Foreign Investment Agency at the Ministry of Planning and Investment will organize the “Invest Japan” seminar in Ho Chi Minh City on December 19, to introduce the strengths of the Japanese market, the advantages of establishing a branch in Japan, as well as the free support activities JETRO provides for enterprises in Vietnam intending to invest in or establish a business in Japan.

The relationship between Japan and Vietnam is good and becoming better and better. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Vietnam last January and the Emperor and Empress paid their first visit to Vietnam in March. Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc then visited Japan for the second time since taking office, in June.

The number of Japanese enterprises investing in Vietnam continues to increase and trade relations continue to develop. More and more Vietnamese businesses are turning to JETRO to learn about investment in and trade with Japan.

Together with the growth of Vietnam’s economy, the number of Vietnamese visitors to Japan has increased rapidly in recent years, while many Vietnamese enterprises in the field of information technology have built facilities in Japan.

The seminar is being coordinated by the Consulate General of Japan in Vietnam, the VNITO Alliance, QTSC, the HCMC Computer Association (HCA), and VINASA, among others.

Apart from speeches from JETRO, the Foreign Investment Agency, and the Japanese Consulate, there will also be experiences shared by representatives from major Vietnamese enterprises that have invested in Japan, such as FPT and Vietjet Air.

The seminar also includes investment information booths to introduce investment incentive policies in localities such as Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama City, Chiba Prefecture, Nagoya City - Aichi Prefecture, Osaka, and Okinawa.

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