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April, 26 2014 09:00:00

Vietnamese Finance Minister visits Japan

Finance Minister Dinh Tien Dung. — Photo mof
TOKYO (VNS)— Finance Minister Dinh Tien Dung, currently leading a delegation on a visit to Japan, attended a conference on promoting Japanese investment in Viet Nam's stock market yesterday.

The conference, which attracted nearly 200 Japanese and Vietnamese enterprises and investors, aimed to concretise the strategic partnership between the two countries as stated in the Viet Nam-Japan joint statement issued in March and further Viet Nam's goal of equitising State-owned enterprises.

The event also offered an opportunity for Viet Nam to introduce its investment attraction policies in the stock market and help businesses find new foreign partners. — VNS


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