Seminar attracts Japanese investment to Long An
HA NOI (VNS)— A seminar to attract Japanese investment into southern Long An province took place in Tokyo on Monday.
The event was jointly organised by the provincial People's Committee, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the Japan External Trade Organisation and the Japan-Viet Nam Association.
Vietnamese Ambassador to Japan Doan Xuan Hung said apart from vowing to create a better investment environment and implementing the fifth phase of the Viet Nam-Japan Initiative, the Vietnamese Government is taking positive measures to curb inflation and stabilise the macro-economy to help the national economy grow.
Hung said the embassy would do its utmost to assist Vietnamese localities, including Long An, and help Japanese investors seek co-operation opportunities.
Long An's investment environment, preferential policy for foreign investors and businesses' experience in production and trading were also introduced at the seminar.
The province has an abundance of human resources and has to date secured 477 projects worth a total of US$3.7 billion, according to the provincial People's Committee. — VNS