Truong told his Japanese guest that the Prime Minister has approved the master plan for Can Tho between 2021 and 2030, with a vision to 2050. Following this, the city is actively seeking investments in various sectors, particularly high-tech agriculture and agricultural production, within its industrial zones.

At the meeting

The authorities hope the business leader will help invite Japanese businesses to invest in these sectors, he said, stating that Can Tho is willing to facilitate their operation in the city.

In response, Toshinao Tanaka assessed that the Mekong Delta possesses abundant agricultural resources and untapped potential. Utilizing advanced techniques and a fresh approach, the company aims to enhance the value of agricultural products in the region, he said.

He also revealed plans to coordinate with the Governor of Japan’s Niigata prefecture and Japanese businesses this year for a visit to Can Tho to explore potential collaboration projects.

Takesho Food Vietnam put into operation an 8-million-USD factory in the local Tra Noc 2 Industrial Zone in mid-2023. The plant boasts two production lines, including one for spice-mixing powder, capable of churning out 130 tons of products per month.

Source: VNA