President Tran Dai Quang: Japan is Vietnam’s leading, long-term partner

(VOVworld) – The Vietnamese government considers Japan as one of its most important partners. President Tran Dai Quang made the remarks at a reception in Hanoi on Tuesday for a delegation from the Japan- Vietnam Economic Committee under the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren).

President Tran Dai Quang: Japan is Vietnam’s leading, long-term partner - ảnh 1
At the reception between President Tran Dai Quang and the delegation of the Vietnam-Japan Economic Committee. (Photo: Viet Cuong/VOV)

Mr. Quang said Vietnam considers the successes of Japanese investors as one of Vietnam’s achievements.

He said he hopes the Japanese government will create the best conditions for the two countries to connect and do business through promotional activities around investment, tourism and guest worker programs.

President Quang noted that Vietnam has been improving its investment and business climate towards openness, transparency, and stability to create fair ground for businesses.

He said he hopes Keidanren will help Japanese enterprises to invest more in Vietnam and boost the strategic partnership between the two nations.

President of the Japan-Vietnam Economic Committee Kyohei Takahashi said Vietnam’s participation into free trade agreements such as the Trans Pacific Partnership deal will bring in new opportunities for the bilateral economic cooperation. 

Once the TPP officially takes effect, it will enable Vietnam to expand its chains of goods supplies for non-ASEAN members and to become an attractive market for foreign investors including those from Japan.

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