Vietnamese and Japanese PMs attend Vietnam-Japan economic seminar
22:24 | 20/11/2006
VNGOVNet – In the morning of November 20, PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng and the visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attended the Vietnam-Japan economic seminar under the theme "Towards Broader and Deeper Economic Partnership" co-organized by the Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Japan Business Federation Nippon Keidanren at Melia Hotel, Hanoi.

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The seminar attracted over 400 delegates, who are representatives of Vietnamese Government departments, chairmen and general directors of groups, small and medium businesses, and around 200 delegates who come from Japanese governmental agencies and groups representative of more than 100 leading trade, investment, banking, and insurance groups.

In their speeches delivered at the seminar, both Vietnamese and Japanese PMs highlighted that enterprises of the two countries are increasingly exposed to better conditions and opportunities to develop and enhance their cooperation, contributing to the boosted Vietnam-Japanese strategic partnership for a sustainable development and prosperity of the two countries, the Asia-Pacific region and the world.

By Hoàng Nguyên

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