|The VJBA introduces the Vietnam-Japan Business Day. — VNA/VNS Photo|
HÀ NỘI — The Vietnam Business Association in Japan (VJBA) has introduced a plan to organise the Vietnam-Japan Business Day, which is slated for November 2 and aims to promote exchange, experience sharing and connections in economy and trade between Việt Nam and Japan.
The plan was revealed at the VJBA congress on August 29 to review its performance in the 2021-2023 tenure and introduced its executive board for the 2023-2025 term.
The Vietnam-Japan Business Day expects to draw the participation of leaders of the two countries, economists, and leaders of leading Vietnamese and Japanese enterprises.
VJBA Permanent Vice President in the 2021-2023 tenure Lê Văn Ky said that over the past three years, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the association had maintained and promoted its role in connecting the Vietnamese business community in Japan, while creating chances for enterprises of the two countries to meet and exchange, and supporting firms in processing investment procedures and joining trade and export promotion activities.
VJBA newly-elected President Tống Thị Kim Giao said that in the future, the association would strengthen cooperation with the governments of the two countries and relevant agencies to build a sustainable business environment, and expand its network in Japan as well as in the world.
Established in September 2013, VJBA is a non-profit organisation representing Vietnamese businesses in Japan and connecting Vietnamese and Japanese firms. — VNS