Moc Chau plateau experience tour

There are more than 1,000 restaurants serving Japanese cuisine in Vietnam, the majority of which are in Ho Chi Minh City. The southern metropolis is home to 659 Japanese restaurants, twice as many as there were three years ago, according to statistics provided by the Consulate General of Japan in Ho Chi Minh City. Collectively, there are as many as 770 Japanese restaurants across provinces and cities in southern Vietnam. Approximately half of the restaurants serving Japanese food in Vietnam are run by Japanese owners, according to a Japanese consular official. The remaining half are owned and run by Vietnamese franchisees and entrepreneurs, the official said. The fierce competition and high cost of operation have forced a number of restaurants to close or narrow their business, according to a representative from the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Ho Chi Minh City. The blossoming of Japanese restaurants has also led to a growing number of Japanese food and ingredient supplies. An increasing number of Japanese food exporters have shown interest in entering the Vietnamese market over the past few years, making Vietnam the fifth largest importer of Japan’s agricultural produce and food in 2016. Seafood accounts for 60 percent of all Japanese agriculture, forestry and seafood exports to Vietnam, with 20 billion Japanese yen (US$178.4 million) worth of seafood imported into Vietnam from Japan every year. Apart from supplying domestic consumption, certain high-value seafood is also processed by Vietnamese businesses…... [read more]

Scene at the conference calling for investment in the three central Lao provinces of Savannakhet, Bolykhamsay and Khammouane took place in Ho Chi Minh City on July 19 (Photo: VNA) HCM City (VNA) – A conference calling for investment in the three central Lao provinces of Savannakhet, Bolykhamsay and Khammouane took place in Ho Chi Minh City on July 19. [HCM City, central Lao provinces boost cooperation] Addressing the function, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Le Thanh Liem stated Ho Chi Minh City considers Laos a strategic market with great potentials for investment, trade and tourism activities. He urged local companies to study the Lao market and assist the country’s socio-economic growth.  Liem asked authorities in the three provinces to facilitate the operation of foreign investors, including those from his city. Holding strategic locations in Laos’ East-West economic corridor, Savannakhet, Bolykhamsay and Khammouane are offering preferential policies for foreign investors in advanced technology, processing of agricultural produce, eco-tourism, education, and health. Savannakhet governor Santiphap Phomvihane noted Vietnam is the third biggest foreign investor in his province, with 24 projects worth 170 million USD. The number of Vietnamese investors is on the rise, as is the scope of their investment sectors, he added. Khammouane deputy governor Bunmy Phimmason said his province has potentials to develop the power and mining sectors, in addition to a convenient transport infrastructure. Khammouane is committed to providing the most possible conditions for investors…... [read more]

NDO/VNA – A conference calling for investment in the three central Lao provinces of Savannakhet, Bolykhamsay and Khammouane took place in Ho Chi Minh City on July 19. Addressing the function, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Le Thanh Liem stated that Ho Chi Minh City considers Laos as a strategic market with great potential for investment, trade and tourism activities. He urged local companies to study the Lao market and assist in the country’s socio-economic growth. Liem asked the authorities in the three provinces to facilitate the operation of foreign investors, including those from his city. Holding strategic locations in Laos’ East-West economic corridor, Savannakhet, Bolykhamsay and Khammouane are offering preferential policies for foreign investors in advanced technology, the processing of agricultural produce, eco-tourism, education, and health. Savannakhet Governor Santiphap Phomvihane noted that Vietnam is the third largest foreign investor in his province, with 24 projects worth US$ 170 million. The number of Vietnamese investors is on the rise, as is the scope of their investment sectors, he added. Khammouane Deputy Governor Bunmy Phimmason said that his province has the potential to develop the power and mining sectors, in addition to a having a convenient transport infrastructure. Khammouane is committed to providing the best possible conditions for investors in terms of land sources and taxation, he stressed. Leaders of the three province said they want enterprises from Ho Chi Minh City to organise regular trade promotion activities in their localities,…... [read more]

NDO/VNA – A conference calling for investment in the three central Lao provinces of Savannakhet, Bolykhamsay and Khammouane took place in Ho Chi Minh City on July 19. Addressing the function, Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Le Thanh Liem stated that Ho Chi Minh City considers Laos as a strategic market with great potential for investment, trade and tourism activities. He urged local companies to study the Lao market and assist in the country’s socio-economic growth. Liem asked the authorities in the three provinces to facilitate the operation of foreign investors, including those from his city. Holding strategic locations in Laos’ East-West economic corridor, Savannakhet, Bolykhamsay and Khammouane are offering preferential policies for foreign investors in advanced technology, the processing of agricultural produce, eco-tourism, education, and health. Savannakhet Governor Santiphap Phomvihane noted that Vietnam is the third largest foreign investor in his province, with 24 projects worth US$ 170 million. The number of Vietnamese investors is on the rise, as is the scope of their investment sectors, he added. Khammouane Deputy Governor Bunmy Phimmason said that his province has the potential to develop the power and mining sectors, in addition to a having a convenient transport infrastructure. Khammouane is committed to providing the best possible conditions for investors in terms of land sources and taxation, he stressed. Leaders of the three province said they want enterprises from Ho Chi Minh City to organise regular trade promotion activities in their localities,…... [read more]

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the region has 1,272 agriculture cooperatives, accounting for 22.8 percent of the country’s total number. Averagely, each province has 98 cooperatives. After four-year implementation of Cooperative Law, newly established cooperatives meet requirements of agricultural restructure and the government’s new rural plan. As many as cooperatives have their major products and link with other by chains including linkage between cooperatives and big supermarkets to expand consumption of agricultural produces. In the meeting, participants said that the Cooperative Law 2012 is not appropriate because it stipulated that the maximum of capital contribution of each cooperative member must not exceed 20 percent of the registered capital. Additionally, the regulation that those who are not cooperative member are supplied products and services less than 32 percent is controversial because it impedes cooperatives’ activities. Moreover, red tape to set up cooperatives barriers establishment of new cooperatives. It also hinder access to fund to expand production scale and weak link amongst cooperative members. Speaking at the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said though cooperatives have made positive changes, the development does not match its full potential; accordingly cooperatives have contributed nearly 5 percent to the country’s total Gross Domestic Product. The south central coastal area and the highlands region plant key trees such as coffee, rubber, pepper, veggies. Orchids growing in Lam Dong Province achieve VND24 billion ($1 million) per hectare a year and farmers enjoy profit of VND7.2 billion. In…... [read more]

MINSK - Việt Nam’s President Trần Đại Quang and Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko signed a joint statement on developing comprehensively and intensively the bilateral partnership, after their talks in Minsk on Tuesday. President Trần Đại Quang and President Lukashenko witness the signing of co-operative documents. Việt Nam, Belarus issue joint statement to develop all-around partnership. - VNA/VNS Photo Nhan Sáng The joint statement reflects the two countries’ similar viewpoints on bilateral relations and international issues as well as affirms their consistent policy of reinforcing and developing the traditional friendship between Việt Nam and Belarus. The leaders expressed their satisfaction at the continuous, dynamic and constructive development of bilateral relations, and the active exchange of delegations at high level in recent years. The two sides affirmed the shared wish to increase trade and economic co-operation and recognised the huge co-operation potential in this field, taking into account the free trade agreement between Việt Nam and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which took effect from October 5, 2016. Both nations agreed to enhance collaboration in the production of transport vehicles, agriculture, petrochemicals, light industry, information technology, banking, electronics, mining, aquatic processing, industrial-agricultural produce, and other economic sectors. The two leaders welcomed the establishment of the Vietnamese-Belarusian joint venture MAZ Asia to assembly Belarus’ trucks in Việt Nam, and pledged to facilitate its operation. Both sides acknowledged big opportunities and the wish to become more…... [read more]

NDO/VNA - Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang and Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko signed a joint statement on developing comprehensively and intensively the bilateral partnership, after their talks in Minsk on June 27. The joint statement reflects the two countries’ similar viewpoints on bilateral relations and international issues as well as affirms their consistent policy of reinforcing and developing the traditional friendship between Vietnam and Belarus. The leaders expressed their satisfaction at the continuous, dynamic and constructive development of bilateral relations, and the active exchange of delegations at high level in recent years. The two sides affirmed the shared wish to increase trade and economic cooperation and recognised the huge cooperation potential in this field, taking into account the free trade agreement between Vietnam and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which took effect from October 5, 2016. Both nations agreed to enhance collaboration in the production of transport vehicles, agriculture, petrochemicals, light industry, information technology, banking, electronics, mining, aquatic processing, industrial-agricultural produce, and other economic sectors. The two leaders welcomed the establishment of the Vietnamese-Belarusian joint venture MAZ Asia to assembly Belarus’ trucks in Vietnam, and pledged to facilitate its operation. Both sides acknowledged big opportunities and the wish to become more involved in each other’s national programmes, infrastructure, energy, and other projects, including the design and construction of underground, the national library, and mining in Vietnam, and projects in industry, agriculture, information communication, and tourism in Belarus. The two Presidents recognised the effective cooperation between the two countries in defence…... [read more]

NDO/VNA - Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang and Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko signed a joint statement on developing comprehensively and intensively the bilateral partnership, after their talks in Minsk on June 27. The joint statement reflects the two countries’ similar viewpoints on bilateral relations and international issues as well as affirms their consistent policy of reinforcing and developing the traditional friendship between Vietnam and Belarus. The leaders expressed their satisfaction at the continuous, dynamic and constructive development of bilateral relations, and the active exchange of delegations at high level in recent years. The two sides affirmed the shared wish to increase trade and economic cooperation and recognised the huge cooperation potential in this field, taking into account the free trade agreement between Vietnam and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which took effect from October 5, 2016. Both nations agreed to enhance collaboration in the production of transport vehicles, agriculture, petrochemicals, light industry, information technology, banking, electronics, mining, aquatic processing, industrial-agricultural produce, and other economic sectors. The two leaders welcomed the establishment of the Vietnamese-Belarusian joint venture MAZ Asia to assembly Belarus’ trucks in Vietnam, and pledged to facilitate its operation. Both sides acknowledged big opportunities and the wish to become more involved in each other’s national programmes, infrastructure, energy, and other projects, including the design and construction of underground, the national library, and mining in Vietnam, and projects in industry, agriculture, information communication, and tourism in Belarus. The two Presidents recognised the effective cooperation between the two countries in defence…... [read more]

Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang and Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko signed a joint statement on developing comprehensively and intensively the bilateral partnership, after their talks in Minsk on June 27. President Tran Dai Quang (L) and President Alexander Lukashenko shake hands at the signing ceremony of the joint statement The joint statement reflects the two countries’ similar viewpoints on bilateral relations and international issues as well as affirms their consistent policy of reinforcing and developing the traditional friendship between Vietnam and Belarus. The leaders expressed their satisfaction at the continuous, dynamic and constructive development of bilateral relations, and the active exchange of delegations at high level in recent years. The two sides affirmed the shared wish to increase trade and economic cooperation and recognised the huge cooperation potential in this field, taking into account the free trade agreement between Vietnam and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which took effect from October 5, 2016.  Both nations agreed to enhance collaboration in the production of transport vehicles, agriculture, petrochemicals, light industry, information technology, banking, electronics, mining, aquatic processing, industrial-agricultural produce, and other economic sectors. The two leaders welcomed the establishment of the Vietnamese-Belarusian joint venture MAZ Asia to assembly Belarus’ trucks in Vietnam, and pledged to facilitate its operation. Both sides acknowledged big opportunities and the wish to become more involved in each other’s national programmes, infrastructure, energy, and other projects, including the design and construction of underground, the national library, and mining in Vietnam, and projects in industry, agriculture, information communication,…... [read more]

President Tran Dai Quang (L) and President Alexander Lukashenko shake hands at the signing ceremony of the joint statement (Photo: VNA) Minsk (VNA) – Vietnam’s President Tran Dai Quang and Belarus’ President Alexander Lukashenko signed a joint statement on developing comprehensively and intensively the bilateral partnership, after their talks in Minsk on June 27. The joint statement reflects the two countries’ similar viewpoints on bilateral relations and international issues as well as affirms their consistent policy of reinforcing and developing the traditional friendship between Vietnam and Belarus. The leaders expressed their satisfaction at the continuous, dynamic and constructive development of bilateral relations, and the active exchange of delegations at high level in recent years. The two sides affirmed the shared wish to increase trade and economic cooperation and recognised the huge cooperation potential in this field, taking into account the free trade agreement between Vietnam and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which took effect from October 5, 2016. Both nations agreed to enhance collaboration in the production of transport vehicles, agriculture, petrochemicals, light industry, information technology, banking, electronics, mining, aquatic processing, industrial-agricultural produce, and other economic sectors. The two leaders welcomed the establishment of the Vietnamese-Belarusian joint venture MAZ Asia to assembly Belarus’ trucks in Vietnam, and pledged to facilitate its operation. Both sides acknowledged big opportunities and the wish to become more involved in each other’s national programmes, infrastructure, energy, and other projects, including the design and construction of underground,…... [read more]




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