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There is a growing tendency of seek investment opportunities in the field of service among Japanese companies, heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on December 18.
The workshop, held by the Japanese External Trade Organisation (JETRO), saw about 60 Vietnamese businesses and 17 Japanese enterprises, including renowned trademarks such as Comline, Musashi, Doutor Coffee, in attendance.
According to the organising board, the Japanese businesses are interested in estate-related information and seeking spaces for restaurant and beauty care services in major commercial centres and shopping malls in HCM City.
They also seek partners in a bid to expand Japan’s high-quality retail chains.
Ho Xuan Lam, Vice Director of the Investment and Trade Promotion Centre, said that Japan’s investment in the field of service is increasing along with its strong investment industry in Vietnam.
Since 2013, Japanese businesses have injected their money in more than 100 projects in the field of service in southern Vietnam, mainly in Ho Chi Minh City, according to JETRO.