The Government of Japan is in the process of negotiation for the signing of the bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) with Vietnam and other Asian countries.
Currently, Japan is focussing its discussions on removing some restrictions for Japan’s investment in Vietnam and India as well as allowing technicians from these countries to work in Japan.
Japanese senior officials said they want to set negotiations in motion through talks between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Tan Dung on October 19 during Mr Dung’s visit to Japan from October 18-22.
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