Deputy PM Nguyễn Xuân Phúc and Chairman of the Japan-Việt Nam Economic Forum Yoshida, Hà Nội, September 13, 2011 – Photo: VGP/Lê Sơn
Deputy PM Phúc expressed the pleasure at the fine development of bilateral ties between Việt Nam and Japan, especially in the aspects of investment and trade.
He hailed the active contribution of the Japanese private sector to the better economic linkages between the two countries.
“The Vietnamese Government always expects to cement and deepen the strategic partnership with Japan”, Deputy PM Phúc stressed.
He added that the Government welcomes and promises to facilitate the building of a scientific park which was initiated by the Japan-Việt Nam Economic Forum”.
Chairman Yoshida said he would work with relevant localities in Việt Nam to figure out the best investment plan and seek space for the project./.
By Kim Anh
- Evacuation flight carrying 32 British and European passengers evacuated from the coronavirus-riddled Diamond Princess takes off with less than HALF of the 78 UK nationals trapped on the cruise ship as officials admit some have refused to get on plane
- Violent men are to blame, not Tinder. But online dating comes with risk
- Coronavirus outbreak: Two cruise ship passengers die, video game industry hit hard
- Dramatic surge in UNTRACEABLE clusters of coronavirus cases around the world sparks dire warnings from disease experts that 'containment methods are not going to work'
- Spring has sprung! Queen Letizia of Spain recycles a Hugo Boss floral dress as she meets representatives of a family charity at Zarzuela Palace
- Conor Maynard competition – terms and conditions
- Australians stuck on coronavirus-stricken cruise ship for two weeks face more quarantine when they return home as another SEVENTY passengers test positive
- Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia dropped from Melania Trump’s school event
- New Delhi: CM Arvind Kejriwal, his deputy Manish Sisodia dropped from Melania Trump's school event
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons Merch Includes Switch Console Skins, Carrying Cases, And Controllers