Over 600 Ho Chi Minh City workers have halted work for the last two days in protest of their Japanese employer Toyo Precision’s announcement it would give them a minimum year-end bonus of only VND100,000 ($4.27).
Vietnam asked Japan for the second time Friday for support in building a north-south high-speed railway.
The producer of “Em and Trinh”, a biopic on Trinh Cong Son (1939-2001), apologized to Michiko Yoshii on Friday for inappropriately depicting her private life.
Michiko Yoshii, Trinh Cong Son’s Japanese muse, wants the production company that made the movie “Em Va Trinh” to apologize for inappropriately depicting her private life.
Les travailleurs vietnamiens gagnent deux fois moins que leurs homologues thaïlandais dans les entreprises japonaises, car ils ne peuvent participer qu’à des secteurs à faible valeur ajoutée, selon une étude.
Vietnamese workers earn half of their Thai counterparts in Japanese companies as they can only participate in sectors with low-added value, a study has found.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on Friday requested the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) to support Vietnam in building a north-south high speed railway.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visited Vietnam (April 30-May 1) after completing his visit to Indonesia and his predecessor Prime Minister Suga had visited Vietnam in 2020.
Both sides have been gradually regionalizing their expanding bilateral security relationship, with broader implications for the Indo-Pacific.
Tokyo says the new deal elevates the Japan-Vietnam defence partnership to a ‘new level’.
Micro-satellite NanoDragon, developed and built by the Vietnam National Space Center (VNSC), will be launched into orbit in Japan.
Japan will send a million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Vietnam, Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Tuesday, as the southeast Asian nation steps up vaccine procurement to fight a more stubborn wave of infections.
A 200 kph rail route that can carry both passengers and cargo will benefit Vietnam more than a 320 kph passenger exclusive, an expert says.
By making Vietnam and Indonesia his first overseas ports of call, Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga signalled that he intends to adhere closely to his predecessor Shinzo Abe’s ‘free and open Indo-Pacific’ strategy. Seeing that occur so clearly and so…
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s certainly understands the political importance of continuity, especially in Southeast Asia. Suga making a first stop in Hanoi, Vietnam and his second visit in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga’s recent trip to the Southeast Asian nations of Vietnam and Indonesia was his first overseas visit after taking over as Prime Minister from the previous incumbent, Shinzo Abe.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, in his first overseas summit since taking office last month, agreed with his Vietnamese counterpart to step up defense and security cooperation in the face of China’s expanding influence in the region.
Japan plans to sign an agreement with Vietnam to allow it to export defense equipment and technology to the country, part of a move to strengthen defense capabilities of Indo-Pacific nations to counter Chinese maritime advances, the Nikkei newspaper reported…
f Japan intends to keep relations warm with Vietnam, the government needs to scrap the long-troubled TITP, which stands accused of enabling labor rights abuses.
A Hanoi-Tokyo flight carrying nearly 60 passengers took off from Noi Bai International Airport on Saturday, making it the first international commercial flight after a six-month suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Whoever succeeds Abe Shinzo, the two nations have ample reasons to widen and deepen their cooperation across a host of domains.
The outgoing Japanese PM leaves a legacy of strong Tokyo-Hanoi relations
Japan has signed a ¥36.6 billion ($345 million) loan agreement with Vietnam to provide the Southeast Asian country with six patrol boats to boost its maritime law enforcement capabilities, as Beijing steps up its claims in the South China Sea.