|They included 25 Vietnamese enterprises and 220 host partners, who were given an overview of Vietnam's business climate and opportunities. — Photo VNA
TOKYO (VNS) — Vietnamese and Japanese business owners met in the Japanese cities of Osaka and Kobe on October 14-15 to explore the possibility of co-operation, particularly in the processing, manufacturing and support industries.
They included 25 Vietnamese enterprises and 220 host partners, who were given an overview of Vietnam's business climate and opportunities.
During the event, Japanese businesses expressed their hope for more assistance from Vietnamese authorities in setting up and expanding operations in the country.
Co-hosted by the Vietnamese Consul General in Osaka and the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade's Trade Promotion Agency, the event was attended by representatives of the Kansai-based Office of the Japanese Ministry of the Economy, Trade and Industry; the Japan External Trade Organisation; and the Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry.