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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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dimanche 19 janvier 2014

Nuclear safety concerns in Vietnam could delay Japanese project

Growing safety concerns in Vietnam could affect the Abe administration’s strategy of making exports of nuclear energy technology a pillar of Japan’s economic growth strategy.

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samedi 4 janvier 2014

Vietnam allows firework imports for upcoming Tet

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has allowed the import of 20,000 boxes of fireworks from Japan for the upcoming Lunar New Year’s Eve, which falls on January 30.

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lundi 9 septembre 2013

Vietnam, first country to learn Japanese from an android

Geminoid F, an android created after a real female model, taught Japanese classes in Hanoi this week. The robot was developed in 2010 by a group of researchers led by Osaka University Prof. Hiroshi Ishiguro.

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vendredi 18 janvier 2013

Japan's PM seeks closer Vietnam ties

Japan's prime minister promised closer security and economic ties with Vietnam on Wednesday, bolstering an alliance that shares concerns over rising Chinese territorial assertiveness in regional waters.

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vendredi 28 décembre 2012

Vietnam : la première banque du Japon achète 20% d'une grande banque du pays

La plus grande banque du Japon Mitsubishi UFJ a acheté 20% de la banque d'Etat vietnamienne Vietinbank, soit la plus importante opération dans le secteur bancaire en crise du pays communiste, ont annoncé jeudi les deux partenaires.

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vendredi 7 décembre 2012

Software outsourcers need HR improvement

HCMC – If Vietnamese software outsourcers did not improve the quality of their human resources, they would likely lose orders from Japanese information technology (IT) firms despite the fact that Japanese enterprises are shifting their orders to Vietnam.

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mardi 24 avril 2012

Noda confirms nuclear progress with Vietnam

Prime minister Yoshihiko Noda and his Vietnamese counterpart, Nguyen Tan Dung, confirmed Saturday that they will continue to cooperate on nuclear power generation and the development of rare earth metals, the Foreign Ministry said.

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samedi 3 mars 2012

Vietnam’s nuclear dreams blossom despite doubts

HANOI — Inside an unheated classroom at the Institute for Nuclear Science and Technology here about 20 young government technicians from Vietnam’s incipient nuclear power industry kept on their winter jackets on the first morning of a 10-day workshop on radiation.

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dimanche 15 janvier 2012

Vietnam to launch earth-monitoring satellites

HANOI - Japanese experts are to help Vietnam build its first earth-observation satellites in an effort to help the South-East Asian country plan for the effects of climate change and natural disasters.

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lundi 21 novembre 2011

Vietnam probes Japan's claim of GMO detection in pho

Vietnam agencies are investigating Japan's claim that it has found genetically modified organisms (GMO) in pho (rice noodles) exported by a local company, the news website of the Vietnam Farmers' Union reported on Thursday.

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mardi 1 novembre 2011

Vietnam PM in Tokyo to push atomic power, minerals

Vietnam's prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung arrived in Tokyo Sunday on a four-day visit expected to promote Japan's export of nuclear power plants to his country and joint development of rare earths.

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mercredi 26 octobre 2011

Vietnam to stick with plan to introduce Japanese nuclear technology

Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc told the Mainichi on Oct. 25 that Vietnam is set to form an agreement with the Japanese government over the construction of nuclear power facilities in Vietnam's Ninh Thuan province using Japanese technology - effectively giving the project the go-ahead.

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mardi 4 octobre 2011

Japan to favour female employees from Vietnam

Among countries that have been exporting workers to Japan, the Japan International Manpower Development Organisation (IM Japan) has decided to only recruit female workers from Vietnam, the Board for Management of Vietnamese Workers in Japan has said.

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mercredi 28 septembre 2011

Vietnam, Japan sign deal for nuclear-plant study

In Japan's most aggressive move to promote exports of nuclear technology since the Fukushima Daiichi accident in March, a Tokyo-based utility consortium signed a deal with Vietnam on Wednesday to conduct a feasibility study for two new reactors.

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Vietnam: étude de faisabilité d'une centrale nucléaire confiée aux Japonais

HANOI - Le Vietnam a signé mercredi un accord avec une entreprise japonaise pour étudier la construction d'une centrale nucléaire dans le pays, malgré la récente catastrophe nucléaire au Japon.

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lundi 5 septembre 2011

Sentence cut for ex-Vietnam official in graft scandal

An appeal court in Vietnam on Thursday reduced to 20 years the jail term of a former senior official at the centre of a corruption scandal that led Japan to suspend aid, a court official said.

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Japan-Vietnam nuclear tech talks to restart in September

The governments of Vietnam and Japan will restart discussions in September on the provision of Japanese nuclear power technology to the Southeast Asian nation, it was revealed on August 29.

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Honda VN protests against $160 million tax arrears

Honda Vietnam has filed a petition to the government after being told to pay tax arrears of VND3.34 trillion (US$160 million) by local customs agencies.

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vendredi 12 août 2011

Japan bank loans complete funding for Vietnam's $1.6 bln plant

HANOI - Two Japanese banks signed a $95 million credit contract on Friday with state oil and gas group Petrovietnam, the final funding package to help build a $1.6-billion coal-fired power plant in central Vietnam.

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mardi 26 juillet 2011

First nuclear power training program in Vietnam

The Electric Power University Monday launched a new course on nuclear power, energy and environment for Southeast Asia countries.

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vendredi 25 mars 2011

Vietnam asks Japan to guarantee food safety

HANOI - Vietnam has asked Japanese companies to guarantee food exports are radiation-free after disaster struck a Japanese nuclear power plant, official media reported Friday.

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jeudi 17 mars 2011

Japan crisis hits Vietnam's tourism trade

Hanoi - The crisis in Japan has affected travel companies in Vietnam, authorities said Thursday.

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Japan’s radioactive dusts unlikely to reach Vietnam

Vietnam is unlikely to be affected by radioactive dusts from the explosions of the Fukushima No 1 Nuclear Plant in Japan resulting from the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, affirmed a Vietnamese scientific official.

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