JAPANESE MISSION TO STUDY ECONOMIC TIES
TOKYO – Japan will send a government mission to Vietnam from Oct.22 to 29 to study future economic copperation, Foreign Ministry sources said in Thursday.
Japan and Vietnam agreed on the dispatch when Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama met his counterpart, Vo Van Kiep, in Hanoi in August, the source said.
The 25 – member team, which includes officials from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Finance, Trade and Construction, will meet with their Vietnamese counterparts to discuss the nation's midterm economic development plan and macro – economic policies , the said.
The two sides will also discuss Japan's future economic cooperation and areas for the assistance.
Japan considers it important to first train Vietnamese personnel to promote a market-oriented economy and to support establishment of systems, and to cooperate in such areas as electricity, transportation and agriculture, the sources said.
Japan has sent similar economic missions to Kenya Indonesia and the Philippines.
Government: delegation, government
To study: to study
Future economic cooperation: future economic cooperation
Dispatch: wrong, quick resolution
The 25 member team: a group of 25 members
Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Finance: Ministry of Finance
Ministry of trade and construction: Ministry of trade and construction
Economic development plan: economic development plan
Macro – economic pilicies: macroeconomic policies
Promote: promote, promote
A marker – oriented economy: a market economy
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JAPANESE DEPARTMENT WILL RESEARCH ECONOMIC COOPERATION RELATIONSHIPS
TOKYO – According to a source from the foreign ministry on Thursday, Japan will send a government mission to Vietnam from October 22 to October 10 to study future economic cooperation.
The source said that Japan and Vietnam agreed on sending a research mission when Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama met Prime Minister Vo Van Kiet in Hanoi in August.
According to sources, a 25-member delegation of officials from the ministries of foreign affairs, finance, trade and construction will meet officials from relevant Vietnamese ministries to discuss economic development plans. between the tenure and the macroeconomic policies of the two countries.
The two sides also discussed Japan's future economic cooperation and areas where Japan will help Vietnam.
Japan considers it important to first train Vietnamese staff to promote a market-oriented economy and to support the establishment of systems and to coordinate between the fields of electricity, transportation, and logistics. loading and agriculture.
Japan has sent similar economic missions to Kenya, Indonesia and the Philippines.
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