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jeudi 31 mai 2018

Vietnam's president pays five-day state visit to Japan

The visit marks a significant milestone in 45 years of diplomatic relations between two countries.

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Việt Nam rolls out carpet for Japanese investment

Foreign investments, including those made by Japanese firms, are a driving force for Việt Nam’s development and improvement of national competitive capacity, said President Trần Đại Quang.

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lundi 28 mai 2018

Japan : urge Vietnam to respect Human Righ

President Tran Dai Quang visits Japan as rights crackdown worsens

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mercredi 14 février 2018

Vietnam smart town draws Japan Inc.'s big names

Sumitomo-led consortium's $37bn plan covers self-driving buses and cherry trees

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lundi 15 janvier 2018

Vietnam to work with Mitsubishi Motors on electric vehicle R&D

Country promotes electrics to fight air pollution as rising middle class demands cars

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dimanche 3 décembre 2017

Vietnam’s ex-president admits Fukushima disaster played role in ditching foray into atomic power

Vietnam last year abandoned plans to build its first nuclear power plants with Japanese and Russian assistance due to heightened concern over the safety of atomic power following events including the Fukushima disaster, according to former President Truong Tan Sang.

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mercredi 7 juin 2017

Japan, Vietnam leaders vow unity in bid to bring TPP into force

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Vietnamese counterpart, Nguyen Xuan Phuc, pledged to work together toward the rapid passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement during a meeting in Tokyo on Tuesday.

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dimanche 28 mai 2017

Firms start building Vietnam tunnels

Construction work using Japanese technology started on Friday in Ho Chi Minh City for two underground tunnels of a 20-kilometer-long railway linking the center of the largest Vietnamese city and its suburbs.

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mardi 28 février 2017

Japanese emperor visits Vietnam for first time

Japan's emperor arrived in Vietnam on Tuesday for a whirlwind tour that will include a meeting with families of Japanese soldiers who stayed there after World War II.

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dimanche 26 février 2017

Japanese emperor to visit Vietnam

A visit by the Japanese Emperor to Vietnam aims to bolster ties by revisiting Japan's complicated World War II history in Vietnam.

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mercredi 18 janvier 2017

South China Sea: Japan to supply new patrol boats to Vietnam

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday promised Vietnam six new patrol boats during a visit to the Southeast Asian country locked in a dispute with China over the busy South China Sea waterway.

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mardi 5 juillet 2016

ANA Group buys 8.8% Vietnam Air stake

Japan’s ANA Holdings Inc (ANA Group) has successfully completed the purchase of 8.77 per cent of Vietnam Airlines’ stake and officially become a strategic shareholder of the national flag carrier.

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vendredi 3 juin 2016

Japan looks to Vietnam as China labour costs soar

Japan’s biggest shipping company is investing in a $1.2bn container port expansion in Vietnam in the latest bet on a gravitational shift of manufacturing from China to South East Asia.

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mercredi 13 avril 2016

Japanese Destroyers Visit Vietnam’s Cam Ranh Bay in Historic Move

The two countries record another first in their burgeoning defense relationship.

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dimanche 13 mars 2016

Japan to recruit 30,000 IT engineers, a chance for Vietnam

Japan might need to recruit 30,000 foreign Information Technology (IT) engineers in the next four years to work in the country especially from India and Vietnam.

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mardi 10 novembre 2015

Japan warships could visit Vietnam naval base near South China sea in 2016

Japanese vessels will be allowed to make port calls in a Vietnamese naval base facing the South China Sea next year, the two countries agreed following defense consultations November 6.

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samedi 7 novembre 2015

Vietnam talks trust with China, invites Japanese warship

Vietnam agreed to build a "truly trustworthy" relationship with China on Friday during a visit to Hanoi by its President Xi Jinping, but at the same time invited Beijing's old rival Japan for joint military exercises and a visit to a sought-after port.

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vendredi 30 octobre 2015

Japan plans Vietnam port call to check Chinese expansion

Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Forces will visit Vietnam's Cam Ranh Bay next fiscal year -- a critical step in Tokyo's efforts to beef up operations in the South China Sea and counter Chinese expansion together with allies.

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mardi 6 octobre 2015

Japan’s ANA eyes stake in Vietnam Airlines

Japan’s ANA Holdings is looking to spur consolidation in Asia’s rapidly growing aviation market as it discusses the possibility of taking a strategic stake in Vietnam Airlines, which was partially privatised last year.

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dimanche 13 septembre 2015

With an eye on China, Vietnam’s Communist Party chief seeks enhanced security ties with Japan

Vietnam’s Communist Party chief has called for enhanced bilateral cooperation in defence and security with Japan ahead of a four-day visit there this week.

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mercredi 24 juin 2015

The Future of US-Japan-Vietnam Trilateral Cooperation

Last week, the Center for the National Interest, a Washington-D.C. based think tank, released a new report on the prospects for trilateral cooperation between the United States, Japan and Vietnam.

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samedi 28 mars 2015

Vietnam plays key role in China-Japan aid battle

HANOI — In the battle between China and Japan for economic pre-eminence in Asia, Vietnam is center stage. Beijing and Tokyo have plied the country with investment and aid, with an eye to building up low-cost manufacturing bases there. Vietnam’s strategic location on oil-transport routes also plays a part.

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vendredi 13 mars 2015

Vietnam opens door to hard money and soft power

The tale of a Vietnamese transgender entrepreneur’s adventures has become the country’s biggest film hit — and sparked domestic debate about whether it plays to stereotypes. But the movie Let Hoi Decide has made waves for another reason: it is co-produced by CJ E&M, the South Korean leisure group, which has burrowed its way to the heart of the Vietnamese market.

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lundi 18 août 2014

Vietnam Railways loses ODA projects amid bribery probe

Vietnam's transport ministry has taken over management of 13 aid-funded projects from the state railway corporation following the conclusion of a lengthy bribery scandal.

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samedi 2 août 2014

Japan offers vessels to Vietnam to boost its sea strength

Japan will give six navy boats to Vietnam to boost its patrols and surveillance in the South China Sea, Japan's foreign minister said on Friday, in the latest sign of a strengthening of alliances between states locked in maritime rows with China.

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vendredi 1 août 2014

Vietnam approves first foreign medical university project

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a plan to build the Tokyo Vietnam Medical University in the northern province of Hung Yen as a non-profit, foreign-invested school.

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mardi 3 juin 2014

Japan temporarily halts aid to Vietnam over bribery case

Japan has temporarily suspended official development aid to Vietnam over a bribery case, officials said Tuesday, dealing a possible blow to Tokyo's efforts to shore up its relationship with Hanoi.

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dimanche 1 juin 2014

Vietnam expects Japan coastguard ships next year

Vietnam expects to take delivery of coastguard ships from Japan early next year, the country's vice defense minister said on Sunday, as Hanoi looks to boost its defenses amid a territorial row with China in the South China Sea.

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mercredi 19 mars 2014

Vietnam leader warns against use of force in territorial rows

Tokyo - Vietnam's president on Tuesday warned against the use of force in territorial disputes as his nation and its neighbours lock horns with an increasingly assertive China over competing claims in the South China Sea.

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dimanche 9 mars 2014

Tired of China, afraid of Thailand, Japanese capital heading for Vietnam

Concerned about the political uncertainties in Thailand and the decreased attractiveness in China, Japanese tend to head for Vietnam, where they will not be bothered by political problems and can enjoy attractive investment incentives.

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