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Vietnamese and Japanese businesses connect together

Sunday, September 01, 2013, 12:00 GMT+7
Vietnamese and Japanese businesses connect together
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More than 100 Japanese businesses which are currently operating in Vietnam and 300 Vietnamese businesses have join the event called “Vietnam – Japan Trade Connection” organized on Thurday in Ho Chi Minh City.

The event is organized by Ho Chi Minh City Chief Executive Officer Club and Japanese Business Association in HCMC (JBAH) in order to gain the connection between Japan and Vietnam.

According to Yamaguchi Kimio, President of JBAH, the union currently has 665 members. This number is expected to increase in the near future as more small and medium Japanese businesses focuses on investing in the Vietnamese market, especially in the field of supporting industry.

Tuoi Tre


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