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Tuesday, March 28 2023
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Date 02/05/2022-16:31:00 PM
Attracting new-generation projects from Japan to Vietnam
(MPI) - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his Japanese counterpart Kishida Fumio witness the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on enhancing the attraction of new-generation investment projects from Japan to Vietnam by MPI’s Foreign Investment Agency and Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) on May 1st 2022.
Prime Ministers Pham Minh Chinh and Kishida Fumio witness the exchange of a MoU on cooperation by Vietnamese General Director of MPI's FIA Do Nhat Hoang (second, right) and Japanese JETRO Chief Representative Takeo Nakajima (second, left).

The MoU on cooperation aims to restructure the economy and create a driving force for rapid, sustainable growth and shared prosperity. FIA and JETRO agreed on some priorities to effectively attract new-generation projects from Japan to Vietnam such as digital transformation, innovation, high-tech agriculture, clean energy and supporting industry.

The two sides agreed to improve Vietnamese enterprises’ capacity to soon access new technology transfer from Japanese ones, actively participating in regional and global value chains.

Connecting Vietnamese and Japanese businesses in the fields of supporting industries, startups, innovation and digital transformation.

Updating on Vietnam’s investment environment and new wave for the two countries’ businesses to do research, expand opportunities and effectively implement production and business activities.

Supporting each other and regular exchanging information to promptly remove obstacles for Vietnamese and Japanese enterprises in doing business, investment and production.

Organizing investment promotion events and training course to improve the workers’ capacity./.

Bao Linh
Ministry of Planning and Investment

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