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Though only 60% of them profited last year, almost all Japanese-owned businesses in Vietnam said they plan to expand their businesses in the Southeast Asian country
A joint venture named An Phu Lacue, which will be in charge of executing Da Lat’s “miraculous village” project, has been established by the famous Japanese vegetable company Lacue in collaboration with the Vietnamese vegetable company An Phu Da Lat.
The produce from the 60,000 salad green seedlings grown in Da Lat by the famous Japanese vegetable company Lacue will be exported directly to European and Asian countries.
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About 20 of them will set up their first bases in the southern part of Vietnam, mostly in the Mekong Delta, and in the Central Highlands city of Da Lat, to make use of the abundant local agricultural resources and previously unprocessed agro waste for higher added-value products
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