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January, 25 2014 10:44:25

HCMC, Japan cities to work together

HCM CITY (VNS)— HCM City hopes to increase its co-operation with the city of Nemuro and other localities in Japan, said Le Manh Ha, deputy chairman of the HCM City People's Committee.

He made this comments during a reception for Hasegawa Shunsuke, mayor of Nemuro City, during the Japanese mayor's working visit to HCM City.

Ha noted that many Japanese companies had made effective investments in HCM City in the fields of trade, economics and advanced technologies.

He expressed his hope that, this year, relations between HCM City and Japan would continue to grow, with more group making visits to carry out investment projects and enhance co-operation between the two countries' businesses.

Shunsuke, for his part, said he hoped for the support of HCM City's leaders in promoting co-operation between the two cities in cultural activities, the cultivation of seafood, and developing human resources in the coming years. — VNS


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