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[ExryuVietnam] Ca'c Ha~ng giup pha't trie^?n Vie^.t Nam & VN xuat cang gao

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Panasonic to build hi-tech plant in Vietnam
Japan firm to build $25 mln feed plant in Long An
Japan to build animal feed factory in VN
Vietnam to build Southeast Asia's major transit airport
$289 mln plant in Vietnam to be operational soon: Nokia CEO
Swiss shoe firm to build 2nd plant in Vietnam
Rice exports to reach 7 mln tons this year

Panasonic to build hi-tech plant in Vietnam
13:37 09/09/2011
Japan's Panasonic Electronic Devices Co Ltd will build a plant in Vietnam for producing ALIVH multi-layer resin board which is widely used in mobile phones and portable audiovisual equipments.
Panasonic to build hi-tech plant in Vietnam
The plant would come up at the Thang Long Industrial Zone in Hanoi and become operational next August when it would produce 3.5 million units a month, Panasonic Vietnam CEO Shinichi Wakita said yesterday.
Vietnam is the third country or territory to have a Panasonic plant producing high-technology items after Japan and Taiwan.
It is expected to help Panasonic strengthen its ALIVH business to meet the needs of smartphone and mobile terminal manufacturers worldwide.
Panasonic positions the ALIVH business as one of its key businesses since the technology is indispensable in the manufacture of smartphones and other high-functionality mobile terminals, the company said in a press release.
Shinichi added that Panasonic also planned to double annual production at its refrigerator manufacturing plant in Thang Long IZ to 800,000 units by 2015.
The company will open its largest washing-machine plant -- with an annual production of 700,000 units -- in Asia in the northern province of Hung Yen in 2013.
A research and development center would also be built in Hung Yen, providing more than 1,000 jobs, the company said.
It targets revenues of US$1 billion in Vietnam this year.

Japan firm to build $25 mln feed plant in Long An
11:03 06/09/2011
Japan's Kyodo Sojitz Feed Co Ltd has got the license from Long An Province to set up a US$25-million animal feed manufacturing plant in Ben Luc District.
Japan firm to build $25 mln feed plant in Long An
Phan Thanh Phi, head of the provincial economic zone management, said the project was likely to go on stream in April 2013, producing 200,000 tons annually.
So far this year 30 foreign investors, mostly Japanese, have leased plants and production facilities in industrial zones around the province, he added.
Kyodo Sojitz is a joint venture between major trading company Sojitz Corporation and feed producer Kyodo Shiryo Co Ltd.

Japan to build animal feed factory in VN
19:40 05/09/2011
Sojitz Corp will team up with the Kyodo Shiryo Co., Japan's top feed producer to establish a plant to produce animal feed in Việt Nam, starting in April 2013.
Japan to build animal feed factory in VN
Pig feed - Illustration photo
The plant, to cost some 2 billion yen, will be built on the outskirts of Hồ Chí Minh City, which will turn out about 200,000 tons of feed mixture a year.
The plant will be managed by a joint venture established by the two corporations, to which Sojitz takes a 51% stake and Kyodo Shiryo owns 49%.
The joint venture plans to gradually build more facilities at the plant in a bid to raise the plant's annual output capacity to 2 million tons by 2020 and make sales of roughly 80 billion yen a year.
In Việt Nam, pork accounts for roughly 70% of all meat sales and the demand is growing. Demand for mixed feed is growing 10% a year.
The Japanese companies plan to use Việt Nam as an export base to other parts of Southeast Asia./.
Source: VGP News

Mazda partner to build Mazda2 subcompact in Vietnam
13:46 30/08/2011
Mazda Motor Corp said on Tuesday its Vietnamese partner would start assembling the Mazda2 subcompact at a new factory in central Vietnam from October, replacing imports from Japan.
Mazda partner to build Mazda2 subcompact in Vietnam
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Local distributor Vina Mazda Automobile Manufacturing, in which Mazda has no equity stake, will initially assemble about 2,000 Mazda2s a year at the Quang Nam province plant to serve the burgeoning Vietnamese market, Mazda said in a statement.
Mazda entered Vietnam in March by making Vina Mazda its exclusive distributor to sell the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda6 and CX-9 imported from Japan and the BT-50 pickup truck from Thailand.
The Saigon Times Daily reported last month that in addition to the Mazda2, called the Demio in Japan, the new factory would be designed to eventually assemble other cars and light trucks with annual output capacity of 20,000 vehicles. The vehicles would be sold in Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries, the paper said.
A Mazda spokesman said the factory would have a maximum capacity of 10,000 vehicles a year and consider adding other models to the production lineup.
Mazda, like other Japanese automakers, is looking to reduce vehicle exports from Japan in the face of the strong yen, which makes it hard for exported cars to be competitively priced or profitable.
In June, Mazda announced plans to build a factory in Mexico to produce the Mazda2 and Mazda3 for the Americas.
Shares in Mazda were up 3.7 percent at the midday break in Tokyo, in line with a strong rise in other Japanese auto stocks.

Vietnam to build Southeast Asia's major transit airport
11:10 15/08/2011
Vietnam to build Southeast Asia's major transit airport
A model of Long Thanh International Airport, to be built in the southern province of Dong Nai.The southern province of Dong Nai plans to open Southeast Asia"s new main transit airport in 2020, local authorities announced Friday.
According to the plan, work on Long Thanh International Airport will start in 2015 with an initial investment of over US$6.75 billion.
The first phrase is scheduled for completion in 2020 and the airport will be able to admit A380-300 airplanes or those of a similar size, investor Vietnam Airlines Corporation said.
It then will be able to serve 25 million passengers together with 1.2 million tons of goods per year, the company said.
However, its capacity will be improved to 100 million passengers and five million tons of goods per year when all the three phrases are completed in 2030, according to the plan.
Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang said many railways and roads will connect to the airport, some 40 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City's center.
New roads and rails will also be built to accommodate the new hub, he said.
In a report on Saturday, Tuoi Tre quoted authorities in HCMC as saying that Tan Son Nhat International Airport, which is currently Vietnam's largest, will continue operating, even after Long Thanh airport opens.

Honda to build 3rd motorbike factory in Vietnam
10:18 26/07/2011
Ha Nam Province near Hanoi has licensed Honda Vietnam to set up a US$120 million motorbike factory, Koji Onishi, president of the Japanese-owned company, said.
Honda to build 3rd motorbike factory in Vietnam
It will be Honda's third factory in the country and will mainly produce scooters.
Once the factory opens in the second half of 2012, Honda's capacity will increase from 2 million bikes a year to 2.5 million.

Swiss shoe firm to build 2nd plant in Vietnam
11:04 19/07/2011
Quang Ngai Province authorities Monday licensed Rieker Vietnam's proposed US$14-million shoe factory in the Tinh Phong Economic Zone.
Swiss shoe firm to build 2nd plant in Vietnam
Work on the plant would begin next September, Walter Bauer, director of the Swiss-owned firm, said.
It would begin operations early next year at the end of a first phase with a capacity of 7 to 8 million pairs a year.
The second and final stage would be finished at the end of 2014.
Rieker, based in Quang Nam Province, already has a factory in Vietnam in the Dien Nam – Dien Ngoc Economic Zone and produces 15 million pairs a year.

$289 mln plant in Vietnam to be operational soon: Nokia CEO
15:02 06/07/2011
During his visit to Singapore to participate in a promotional campaign to regain Nokia's market share and enhance its brand awareness in East Asia - Pacific region, Nokia President and CEO Mr. Stephen Elop had an exchange with Tuoi Tre about Nokia's investment in Vietnam.
$289 mln plant in Vietnam to be operational soon: Nokia CEO
Photo: Nhu Binh
He said that in March 2011, Nokia announced its plan for factory construction in Vietnam. The Vietnam-based factory will be Nokia's 11th factory worldwide with the initial investment of about 200 million euros ($289 million) which continues to rise in the next stage.
The factory will have the same scale as those in India and China. Initially planned, the construction will start in the 3rd quarter of 2011 and quickly come into operation in 2012.
"Depending on the procedures, laws and government support, I believe we can be on schedule," he added.
Why was Vietnam chosen by Nokia as the 10th country for its factory construction?
We have set out many criteria when considering locations for new factory construction and we carefully evaluated which country where our factory would be located.
Vietnam has emerged as a country with good location and stable infrastructure development. So, it helped Vietnam to become an outstanding candidate for Nokia's new factory construction consideration.
Nokia's factory will be based in VSIP Bac Ninh urban, industrial and service complex. We highly appreciate its infrastructure and added values supported by the industrial park management board to investors.
Besides, when submitting project documentation, we also received the support of Bac Ninh Province People's Committee.
The new factory will play a vital role in our effort to connect the next 1 billion people to the Internet.
Did Nokia anticipate difficulties in terms of human resources or supporting industry when it prepared for a factory of such scale?
Nokia has become a brand of choice for many Vietnamese with user-friend, easy-to-use, affordable phone devices together with a widespread customer care system. We have received the support from the Vietnamese government and other local partners for the factory to be deployed early.
Once operational, the factory will need thousands of workers. At present, together with the project deployment, we have set up our own project management board to prepare the local workforce.
Which phone types do Nokia plan to produce in Vietnam?
The essential purpose of the new production facility will be bringing advanced mobile experiences to billions of consumers in the region and the world. Therefore, the factory will have flexible operations and initially focus on feature phones.
Why did Nokia only invest in Vietnam until recently? Is it because the Vietnamese phone market has just matured?
In the next years, Vietnam, in particular, and South East Asia - Pacific countries, in general, will be fast growing markets. And we need to accelerate to meet this demand.
With our strategy of connecting the next billion people to the Internet, we recognized the growth in BRIICA countries including Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China, Africa and other emerging markets.
You have mentioned the strategy of connecting the next billion people. Which role will Vietnam play in this strategy and what is the basis for the figure of one billion people?
We need to clarify two issues to answer the question.
Firstly, at whom we will target and secondly, what services to come along will be. At present, the youth no longer connect to the Internet via desktop. Especially, those aged from 17 to 25 in emerging markets, such as China, India and Vietnam, tend to use personal devices to connect to Internet any time, at anywhere.
They form half of the next billion people that Nokia wants to "connect". This consumer segment may not own hi-tech devices but they are our future targets.
And the second half are those who find phones as supporting tools for their work and personal lives. Through the phones, a farmer can know more information about crops and weather, a pregnant woman can update helpful information about dos and don'ts.
Vietnam is an important market in this strategy with a young population and a high rate in technological development.
It is estimated that about 3.7 billion people do not own a phone globally and a half of which cannot access to Internet. And Nokia hopes to reduce the above number in the future.

Rice exports to reach 7 mln tons this year
12:46 06/07/2011
Vietnam will export 7 million tons of rice this year, up 200,000 tons compared to 2010 amid the current unstable political situation in the world market, said the Vietnam Food Association (VFA).
Rice exports to reach 7 mln tons this year
In particular, the higher price imposed by Thailand's new government at US$490 to US$650 will benefit Vietnamese exporters who offer a lower rate and have a more stable supply source.
So far, rice exporters have received orders of a total 5.3 million tons mainly from the Philippines, China, Bangladesh and other African countries.
In the first two quarters, firms have shipped abroad around 3.9 million tons worth US$1.847 billion, up 18 percent and 25 percent in volume and value compared to the same period last year.
VFA has raised the export goal for the whole year from 6.5 million tons to 7 million tons.
In 2010, Vietnam exported 6.8 million tons of rice, raking in a revenue of US$3.2 billion, up 20.6 percent compared to the previous year.

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