At the meeting, VCCI President Vu Tien Loc spoke highly of Vietnam-Japan cooperation in general and businesses of the two countries in particular. This relationship has been broadened and deepened in various fields, especially when Japan is one of comprehensive strategic cooperation partners of Vietnam. He stressed that, in the context of complex developments in the East Sea, the two-way relationship is closer and stronger. Some Japanese companies have left China for other countries, including Vietnam. This signalled stronger bilateral cooperation in the future. Kawasaki CCI President Osamitsu Yamada also agreed with the host’s opinions and affirmed that the two countries should cooperate more closely not only in the economic field but also in the military field. He also appreciated Vietnam’s full participation in economic agreements like FTAs and TPP. This will create better cooperation mechanisms for both countries in general and between Kawasaki businesses and Vietnamese businesses in particular. He also stressed that Kawasaki has a lot of small and medium-sized enterprises engaged in heavy industries, supporting industries, high-tech industry and others. He hoped Vietnamese companies will have many cooperation opportunities in these fields. VCCI has signed cooperation agreements with leading economic organisations in Japan such as the Japan…
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