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jeudi 17 mars 2011

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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lundi 14 mars 2011

Vietnam offers aid to Japan, works on citizens’ safety

he Vietnamese government on March 13 decided to offer US$200,000 in aid to the Japanese people to surmount the consequences of the devastating earthquake and tsunami on March 11.

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jeudi 18 novembre 2010

Japan promises Vietnam latest technologies

Japan will provide Vietnam cutting-edge technologies and soft loans for a joint rare-earth mining project and construction of the latter's second nuclear plant, Ambassador Tanisaki Yasuaki told Tuoi Tre.

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lundi 1 novembre 2010

Vietnam picks Japan to supply second nuclear power plant

Hanoi - Vietnam has selected Japan to supply its second nuclear power plant and the deal can go through as soon as the parliament in Tokyo approves an atomic cooperation treaty, Japanese officials said Monday.

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dimanche 31 octobre 2010

Japan to build nuclear plants in Vietnam, seek rare-earths supply deal

Vietnam agreed to make Japan a partner in building its nuclear power plants as the two nations negotiate a broader deal on the development of rare-earth minerals to secure supplies after China cut exports.

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samedi 23 octobre 2010

Japan and Vietnam to jointly develop rare earth

Japan and Vietnam are set to agree on joint development of rare earth minerals this month as countries scramble to secure supplies after a squeeze by China, a report said Friday.

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lundi 27 septembre 2010

Japan, Vietnam to begin talks on nuke pact

Japan and Vietnam were set to launch their first negotiations in Vienna on Friday toward signing a bilateral pact on peaceful use of nuclear technology, the Foreign Ministry said.

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samedi 4 septembre 2010

Held up Vietnam rail plan still counts on Japan

Although a plan to build a north-south high-speed railway connecting Hanoi and HCM City in Vietnam has hit a snag following an unusual move by the communist state's legislature not to approve it for further study, the head of the railway is calling for continued support from Japan.

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jeudi 12 août 2010

Vietnam railway plan put on hold, but still counts on Japan

HANOI - A plan to build a north-south high-speed railway to connect Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam has hit a snag following an unusual move by the parliament of a Communist state not to approve it for further study, but unbowed, the head of the railway operator is calling for continued support from Japan.

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mercredi 9 juin 2010

Japan reiterates interest in nuclear plant business in Vietnam

Japan reiterated to Vietnam on Sunday its desire to secure the participation of Japanese companies in Vietnam's project to build nuclear power plants, a Japanese trade ministry official said.

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dimanche 6 juin 2010

Vietnam urged to defer launch of costly railway project

Japan is keen to export its special products and technologies like the bullet train, but Japanese officials have more than a few concerns about the feasibility of Vietnam’s ambitious north-south express railway.

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jeudi 3 juin 2010

Vietnam's bullet train dream

Hanoi pushes ahead to build a Japanese-designed bullet train system whether it needs it or not

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mercredi 5 mai 2010

Maehara ties Vietnam rail flexibility to funds

Transport minister Seiji Maehara told Vietnamese officials that in return for Japan's financial support, they need to be flexible over an envisioned north-south high-speed railway project in their country.

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vendredi 16 avril 2010

Vietnam to adopt Japan bullet train technology

Vietnam's cabinet has approved a $55.9 billion project to build a high-speed rail line connecting Hanoi and Ho Chin Minh City using Japan's bullet train technology, the Nikkei business daily reported on Thursday.

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mardi 13 avril 2010

Hatoyama pitches nuke power plant tech to Vietnam

Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama told his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Tan Dung on Monday that Japan is keen on offering technological cooperation for building nuclear power plants.

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lundi 5 avril 2010

Nissan sells locally-assembled cars in Vietnam

HANOI — Japanese automaker Nissan says it is aiming for a greater share of Vietnam's recovering automotive market when it begins to sell locally-assembled vehicles on Tuesday.

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lundi 1 mars 2010

Hatoyama to solicit Vietnam’s Dung for nuclear plant contract

Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama will write a letter to his Vietnamese counterpart this week to solicit a contract for a 1 trillion yen ($11 billion) nuclear power plant project, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirofumi Hirano said.

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mardi 9 février 2010

Vietnam May Pick Sumitomo, Itochu for Bullet Train

Vietnam, planning to build Southeast Asia’s first bullet train, may choose a group of Sumitomo Corp. and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., or Itochu Corp. and Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. for the $56 billion project.

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samedi 12 décembre 2009

Vietnam opts for Japanese bullet trains

HANOI - Vietnam has decided to adopt Japan's bullet-train system for a high-speed rail link, officials knowledgeable about the situation revealed Friday.

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mercredi 7 octobre 2009

Express rail to connect Hanoi-HCM City in under 6 hours

An express railway connecting Hanoi and HCM City in five and a half hours is scheduled to open by 2035, the Vietnam Railway Corporation (VCR) said on September 15.

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jeudi 17 septembre 2009

Vietnam's High-Speed Rail helps to reduce accident, transportation cost

HANOI - When Vietnam's North-South High Speed Railway begins its operation, Head of the JICA study team for Vietnam's Transport System Sustainable Development Strategy (VITRANSS-II) Iwata Shizuo said it can reduce transportation costs and number of accients by 57 per cent and 26 per cent, respectively.

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samedi 12 septembre 2009

Vietnam Railways, Japan agree contract for Hanoi track work

Vietnam Railways Corp., the state-owned train operator, agreed a 5.5 billion yen (US$60 million) contract with a group of Japanese and local companies for help in building a new line in Hanoi.

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jeudi 10 septembre 2009

Japan to provide ODA of $ 1.5 billion to Vietnam

Japanese government has decided to provide a total ODA of $1.5 billion to Vietnam in the fiscal year of 2009, exceeding $1.1 billion of 2007. Tuoi Tre had a talk with Japanese ambassador to Vietnam, Mitsuo Sakaba about the decision.

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mardi 18 août 2009

Vietnam plans Japanese bullet train link

Vietnam plans to use Japanese bullet train technology for a transnational rail link, the chief executive of state-owned Vietnam Railways Corp. was quoted Thursday as telling Japanese media.

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lundi 8 juin 2009

Vietnam salaries cheapest in region for investors

Corporate spending on wages, land rent and power in Vietnam last year was lower than in other countries in the region, a Japanese trade report said.

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mardi 21 avril 2009

Vietnam top official on Japan visit

Vietnam's most powerful official, Communist Party general Secretary Nong Duc Manh, was to arrive Sunday for an official visit to Japan, the country's largest bilateral aid donor, the government said.

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mercredi 1 avril 2009

Vietnam pledges 'effective' use of Japan aid

HANOI — Vietnam on Tuesday pledged to use aid loans from Japan effectively, after the two sides signed an agreement resuming the flow of aid suspended during a corruption scandal.

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lundi 23 mars 2009

Japan, Vietnam warming to nuclear power deal

The Tokyo and Hanoi governments are negotiating a cooperation pact, as Japanese companies seek building contracts.

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lundi 23 février 2009

Japan to resume Vietnam aid after bribery scandal

TOKYO - Tokyo will resume providing yen loans to Vietnam, the Japanese foreign ministry said on Monday, after the biggest aid donor to the Southeast Asian country suspended new loans last August over a bribery scandal.

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vendredi 13 février 2009

Vietnam official arrested in Japan bribery case

Vietnamese police on Wednesday arrested a government official for alleged involvement in a corruption case that led Japan to suspend aid to the communist country, state media reported.

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