Binh Dinh province promotes investment in Sakai, Japan

Thursday, 01/06/2023 16:12
Binh Dinh wishes Japanese investors and businesses to study and survey investment in the locality.
Mr. Pham Anh Tuan, Chairman of Binh Dinh Provincial People's Committee, introduces the province's potential and strengths to Japanese businesses. (Photo: 

On May 31, the Binh Dinh Provincial People's Committee coordinated with the Japan - Vietnam Friendship Association and the Office of Industry and Trade in Sakai to organize an Investment Promotion Conference with Japanese enterprises, in Sakai City, Osaka, Japan. The conference attracted the participation of more than 40 Japanese enterprises.

During the conference, Mr. Pham Anh Tuan, Chairman of Binh Dinh Provincial People's Committee, said that the province always wishes to further strengthen cooperation in investment, trade, education - training, human resource development and tourism connection between localities and businesses of the two countries, towards green growth and sustainable development.

He assessed Japan as one of the most important partners of the province. Up to now, Binh Dinh province has attracted 19 projects from Japanese investors and enterprises, accounting for 22% of the province's total FDI projects; with a total registered investment capital of USD94.17 million. Japanese investment projects operate effectively, contributing to creating jobs and increasing incomes for people in Binh Dinh province.

Many Japanese businesses at the conference said that the potential for trade cooperation between the two sides is great, including the import and export of potentially strong items between the two sides such as shrimp, fruit, agricultural products, tuna, industrial products and granite.

Businesses at the conference got answers around issues of tax policy, trade policy, seaport infrastructure, infrastructure rental policy, trade services and labor.

Addressing the conference, Mr. Pham Anh Tuan affirmed that Japanese enterprises have strengths in the fields of machinery manufacturing industry, mechanics, software industry, artificial intelligence, high-tech agriculture, environment, automation, logistics, seaport, health care, education and labor; and Binh Dinh hopes Japanese investors and businesses will study cooperation opportunities in the province.

He confirmed that in 2023 and the years to come, Binh Dinh province will continue to invest in perfecting socio-economic infrastructure, speeding up administrative procedure reform, and improving competitiveness./.

Compiled by BTA