Vietnam, Japan Enterprises Speed Up Technology Transfer
A programme took place in Ho Chi Minh City on November 17 to promote technology transfer between Vietnamese and Japanese enterprises in the fields of industry and building.
During the event was jointly held by the Energy Conservation Centre in Ho Chi Minh City (ECC) and Japan’s Mitsubishi UF J Morgan Stanley Securities (MUMSS), seven world’s leading technology suppliers of Japan introduced to Vietnamese partners their latest technological solutions and applications in industry and building areas such as construction glass, air-conditioner, solar energy, led bulb and sewage treatment system.
MUMS also introduced financial solutions to support technical investment under the JCM mechanism of Japan’s Ministry of Environment.
According to ECC Director Huynh Kim Tuoc, technological innovation and product renovation to increase productivity and quality are key factors to help enterprises grow during the international economic integration.
Bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements, especially the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), once signed, will result in strong liberation of trade and investment among countries, he said.
It requires Vietnamese businesses to make technological innovations to raise their products’ position in the global supply chain, he noted.
Over the past time, ECC and MUMSS have cooperated in a number of technology transfer and financial aid projects in Vietnam.
Source from Vietnam Investment Review
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