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Representatives of businesses from Japanese investors keen on Vietnamese marketAichi Prefecture, Japan, gathered for a meeting in Hanoi on September 6 to review their operations in Vietnam over recent years.

The event, held by the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI), aims to attract more foreign investment and help Japanese investors remove obstacles to their operations in the country.

Head of the MPI’s Foreign Investment Agency Do Nhat Hoang said that Japan is currently Vietnam’s largest foreign investor, with 1,729 projects capitalised at more than US$28 billion. Businesses from Aichi Prefecture are committed to a further 96 new projects, mostly in support industries.

Hoang said that his ministry is focusing on infrastructure upgrades, administrative reform and human resource development to lure more foreign investors, including those from Japan.


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