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To support customers right from the first steps of investment planning, we provide comprehensive services in investment consultancy, including consultancy for investment cost, choosing the location, investment application procedure, and human resources.
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Vietnam tops ASEAN in luring Japanese investment
Almost 1,800 Japanese businesses have invested in Vietnam in the first half of the year, the highest among ASEAN countries
This number accounts for 24.6 percent of total number of Japanese firms investing in ASEAN countries, said Keiichi Kadowaki, chairman of Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in ASEAN (FJCCIA).
He was speaking at the 11th Dialogue between the Secretary General of ASEAN and the Federation of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry in ASEAN (FJCCIA) recently held in Ho Chi Minh City.
Japan and Vietnam also signed 36 memorandums of understanding worth US$21 billion last month.
“This shows that Vietnam is becoming more attractive to Japanese firms,” Kadowaki said.
Vietnam’s open business environment and robust economic growth of 5-6 percent each year has increased its attractiveness in recent years, he added.
Up to 70 percent of Japanese firms in Vietnam plan to expand their business in the country, as most of them believe that revenue will continue to increase, according to a recent survey by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO).
Over 65 percent of surveyed firms said they have been profitable in Vietnam.
Japan was the fourth largest trading partner of Vietnam last year, with a total turnover of almost US$34 billion, up 13.8 percent from 2016, according to Vietnam Customs.