Japanese retailers to expand in Viet Nam
With its population of over 90 million, Việt Nam is considered a promising market for Japanese retailers, and firms like 7-Eleven, FamilyMart, Lawson and Ministop have all revealed plans to either enter or expand their business in the country. Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Motoo Hayashi (first left) visis Family Mart and Ministop stores in HCM City on Sunday.
Japanese Economy, Trade and Industry Minister welcomed
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has suggested Vietnam and Japan focus on addressing difficulties and boosting trade promotion to increase Vietnamese agricultural and aquatic exports to Japan. Phuc made the recommendation at a reception in Hanoi on March 19 for Japanese Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Motoo Hayashi. Welcoming the minister and his delegation to attend the first meetin
12th Party Central Committee’s second session makes crucial decisions
The 12th Party Central Committee’s second plenum from March 10-12 accomplished the items on its agenda and made decisions on important issues, the Committee said in its announcement on the plenum. The 12th Party Central Committee’s term-long working agenda will focus on reinforcing the Party in terms of political ideology, ethics and lifestyle; building a contingent of strategic officials of hig
The National Assembly backs exchanges with Japan
The National Assembly will work to enable legislators and people of Vietnam and Japan to expand exchanges and cooperation for intensified extensive strategic partnership, Vice Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said.The NA Vice Chairwoman was speaking to Tsutomu Takebe, special advisor to the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentary Alliance in Hanoi on March 8. She praised the role as well as contribut
Japanese special advisor pledges contributions to ties with Viet Nam
Politburo member Vo Van Thuong hosted a reception in Hanoi on March 7 for Tsutomu Takebe, special advisor to the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentary Alliance, who affirmed his continued contributions to developing the two countries’ relations.
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Party to continue strengthening ties with global political parties
The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) will continue bolstering comprehensive and result-oriented relations with global political parties, a senior Party official said in Hanoi on February 26. Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations Hoang Binh Quan made the remark at a meeting with ambassadors and heads of foreign representative agencies.
Vietnam, Japan parliamentarians boost cooperation
President of the Vietnam-Japan Group of Friendship Parliamentarians To Huy Rua received Tsutomo Takebe, special advisor to the Japan-Vietnam Friendship Parliamentarian Alliance in Hanoi on February 22. Rua said Vietnam backs the development of bilateral ties in their people’s interests and for regional stability, peace, and prosperity. For his part, Tsutomu Takebe expressed his delight at his-re v
President Sang receives delegation from Japan
President Truong Tan Sang on February 18 received a high-level delegation from Japan’s Gunma Prefecture at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi. Welcoming the delegation led by Governor Osawa Masaaki, President Sang thanked them for visiting on the occasion of the New Lunar Year and took the opportunity to extend his best wishes to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The President expressed his apprec
NA Vice Chairwoman receives Japanese guests
The National Assembly (NA) of Vietnam always welcomes close links between Vietnamese and Japanese localities in all fields, NA Vice Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan remarked.During her reception for a visiting delegation from Japan’s Gunma prefecture led by Governor Osawa Masaaki in Hanoi on February 17, Ngan said the NA will continue facilitating the trade and investment of Gunma’s businesses in Vi