VietNamNet Bridge - With weak investments and poor technology, Vietnam is finding it difficult to organize hi-tech agriculture value chains. Agriculture could be the driving force for Vietnam's development Agriculture affects many export-oriented sectors and could be the driving force for Vietnam’s development in the next decades, analysts say. But it could also hinder economic development and push enterprises to the verge of bankruptcy. Some projects with high technology have been developed, including smart water sensor technology in the Mekong Delta, greenhouses and net houses in Lam Dong province, and automatic watering in Da Lat and Dak Lak. But these were not enough to generate a trend. The survey by the Institute of Agricultural & Electrical Engineering and Post-harvest Technology at 92 machine manufacturing facilities in 15 provinces and cities found that imported agricultural machinery products from Japan, China, Korea, Thailand and Taiwan accounted for … [Read more...] about Will Vietnam continue to import technology or become a tech creator?
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Japanese performance at the seminar (Photo: nhandan.com.vn) Can Tho (VNA) – The Vietnam-Japan culture exchange seminar was held in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on November 3, covering a wide range of issues, from politics-diplomacy to culture, education-training, tourism and trade cooperation. The event was part of the 4th Vietnam-Japan culture and trade exchange programme taking place in Can Tho city from November 2-4. Vice Chairman of the city People’s Committee Truong Quang Hoai Nam affirmed that Japan is a large trade, investment and tourism partner of Vietnam in general and Can Tho city in particular; however, bilateral cooperation is still a far cry from potential and strengths of both sides. He stated that the city has worked to complete mechanisms and improve business climate to fortify collaboration with Japan in prioritised sectors of high-tech agriculture and tourism. Prof.Dr. Ha Thanh Toan, Rector of Can Tho University, said that the university and … [Read more...] about Seminar promotes Vietnam-Japan culture, trade exchanges
The center is located in the Can Tho University under the support of Japanese Brainworks Asia. The center aims to create a platform to strengthen technological application in production between Japanese enterprises and the Can Tho University, especially aquaculture and rice cultivation in the Mekong Delta region. Additionally, the center is a place which offers startup ideas to technology students with the assistance of Japanese experts and enterprises. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Deputy Chairman of Can Tho City People’s Committee Truong Quang Hoai Nam said that the center will contribute greatly in scientific researches and training of the university as well as bring more opportunity to cooperate between the two sides in the field of technology. The Can Tho University is a major high education institution in the Mekong delta with over 50,000 students. Currently, the school signed agreement with more than 120 research institutions, schools and international research … [Read more...] about Vietnam-Japan IT center opened to celebrate 45th founding anniversary
(VEN) - The shortage of information technology (IT) engineers in Japan offers cooperation opportunities for Japanese and Vietnamese companies and professionals. Japan is a big market for Vietnamese IT enterprises High workforce demand In recent years, the demand for technology engineers in Japan has grown rapidly, while the supply has tended to decline, resulting in shortages of IT professionals. According to a survey by the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan is short of 171,000 engineers and is forecast to lack 369,000 engineers, including 48,000 engineers in the fields of internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and robotics, by 2020. On Japan ICT Day 2018 held recently by the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) and the Vietnam-Japan IT Cooperation Club (VJC), Hironobu Kitagawa, Chief Representative of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Hanoi said Japan has identified Vietnam as one of the potential … [Read more...] about Japan desperately short of IT professionals; Vietnam has many
The Hanoitimes - Vietnam-Japan University and ANA Holdings will share knowledge in the fields related to aviation, corporate management Vietnam-Japan University on September 21 signed an agreement with Japan’s ANA Holdings Co., Ltd to strengthen bilateral cooperation in training and research. Vice President of ANAHD Group Koji Shibata and Principal of Vietnam-Japan University Furuta Motoo signed the comprehensive cooperation agreement. (Photo: Danh La) The signing ceremony saw the attendance of Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Umeda Kunio, VJU Founding Rector Furuta Motoo, Director of the National University – Hanoi Nguyen Kim Son, and ANA Holdings representatives. Under the agreement, VJU and ANA Holdings will share knowledge in the fields related to aviation, corporate management, etc. In addition, the two sides will cooperate in research activities and public relations activities to improve the brand value through events organized by the two parties. Moreover, … [Read more...] about Vietnam-Japan University and ANA cooperate in research