China, Japan Queue Up To Invest In Vietnam

June 2007
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Jun2007, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p1
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The article reports on the intention of Asian countries like China and Japan to invest in Vietnam. The country is expected to reach the $14-$16 billion income in 2007. Its political stability, competitive wage level, and convenient location draw the attention of China and Japan to invest. Their interest is manifested through the establishment of New Hope Group of China's leading agricultural companies and other investors including Japan's Dai-Ichi Mutual Life Insurance.


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