Governor of Gunma Yamamoto Ichita speaks at the working session between his delegation and the Ha Nam authorities in the province on October 26.

At a working session with the provincial authorities, Governor of Gunma Yamamoto Ichita said the Japanese firms want to know more about the local sectors of digital technology, digital transformation, processing and manufacturing industries, healthcare, and human resources training.

He proposed Ha Nam support the group in studying and investing in the locality.

The province has designated an industrial park for Japanese investors with comprehensive infrastructure and quality services, said Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Truong Quoc Huy.

Huy expressed his hope for more investors and businesses from the prefecture to channel their capital into the province’s priority areas like industrial processing and manufacturing, high-tech farming, tourism, services, healthcare, education, and human resources training.

A total of 110 Japanese enterprises are investing in Ha Nam, with their registered capital amounting to nearly 2 billion USD. Gunma has 56 businesses currently operating in Vietnam, including one investing in the province’s Dong Van II industrial park.

Source: VNA