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Japanese firms interested in vocational school, mushroom farm in Dong Nai

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – Japanese companies from Oita Prefecture, Japan have expressed interest in establishing a vocational school and developing a high-tech mushroom farm in the southern province of Dong Nai.

The discussions regarding these investments took place during a meeting with the Dong Nai provincial government on December 26.

The proposed vocational school, to be situated in Thong Nhat District, would provide training in high-demand sectors such as manufacturing and agriculture. The mushroom farm, planned to be located in the vicinity, will employ advanced techniques.

Dong Nai has shown its willingness to review the proposals and extend assistance to the companies in obtaining the required permits for these initiatives.

These investment proposals are the latest in a series of Japanese ventures in Dong Nai. In 2023, Aeon Mall, a prominent Japanese retail conglomerate, unveiled plans to invest in a shopping center in Bien Hoa City.

SMC, a Japanese manufacturing firm, announced its intention to expand operations in Dong Nai.

Japan is the third-largest investor in Dong Nai and the second-largest export market for the province. As of November 2023, Dong Nai had attracted 262 Japanese-invested projects with combined capital of US$5 billion.

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