A delegation of Japanese businesses operating in the agro-sector wrapped up a five-day visit to Vietnam last Saturday, concluding their search for opportunities in the country’s agricultural powerhouses in the northern, central and southern regions. The delegation, comprising 52 Japanese enterprises, has an interest in doing business in the agricultural sector in Vietnam, where they can sell Japanese fertilizers, seeds and agricultural machinery, according to the Japan Foreign Trade Promotion Organization (JETRO), the organizer of the trip. Some want to buy agricultural products from Vietnam, while others are looking for investment opportunities in the country’s agricultural sector, JETRO said. As planned, the delegation visited a number of production areas in Hanoi, Ha Nam Province and Thai Binh Province, before traveling to the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho City, and An Giang Province. JETRO said the trip offered Japanese firms a chance to survey the Vietnamese market, learn about farm practices and exchange ideas with leaders of local authorities and businesses. The introduction of Japanese techniques in agricultural production in Vietnam will help raise productivity and incomes, as well as contribute to the development of sustainable agriculture in Vietnam, Hirotaka Yasuzumi, managing director of…
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