Japan’s Investment in Vietnam Plummets While Suga Seeks Closer Ties (Nikkei Asia)

Japan, once the largest source of corporate investment in Vietnam, has fallen to fourth place for the first nine months of 2020, overtaken by South Korea and China. The pandemic and slow corporate decision-making are being blamed for the drop. Can Tokyo’s push to forge stronger diplomatic ties with Hanoi reverse the slide? READ MORE (CACHED ARTICLE)

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