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VN, Japan sign deals worth US$22bln

22:07 - 05/06/2017

Viet Nam and Japan signed business deals worth up to US$22 billion at the conference on investment promotion into Viet Nam, held in Tokyo on June 5, reflecting the two countries’ rising economic and investment bonds.

Viet Nam and Japan have signed business deals worth up to US$22 billion

The conference, attended by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe and 1,400 business representatives from Japan, aims to create a new wave of Japanese investment in Viet Nam.

Japanese investors spoke highly of Viet Nam’s business environment while asking the Vietnamese Government to continue efforts to make more improvements in this area.

They also suggested the Government need to focus on improving the quality of workforce and developing more

Speaking at the conference, PM Phuc assured that the Government will consider satisfactorily recommendations of Japanese business community.

He called on the Japanese businesses to expand investments in manufacturing, supporting industries, infrastructure development, high-quality services, tourism, and high-tech agriculture.

The Government chief also called on Japanese businesses to take a role in Viet Nam’s economic restructuring and startup movement.

He vowed to continue building a Government that is clean, enabling, action-oriented and a friendly and transparent environment conducive to business operations./.

source: news.chinhphu.vn

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