President Truong Tan Sang discussed incentives for attracting foreign investment with Japan business persons at a reception on September 5.
President Sang affirmed that investment from Japan has been a driving force in the growth of the Vietnam economy.
He spoke highly of Japan business persons candid suggestions, adding that Vietnam is certainly going to consider them, especially those relating to investment policies and make necessary changes.
The State leader said Vietnam is making great attempts to restructure the economy and renovate its growth model and expressed his hope that Japan business enterprises continue to support the country.
The Japan business delegates, who are in Hanoi to attend the 2013 Vietnam-Japan Economic Summit which took place earlier in the day, briefed the President on the outcomes of the summit.
They said they came to Vietnam this time to study co-operation opportunities with Vietnam partners in the context that the economy is seeing positive signals.
Many said Vietnam's investment climate has shown signs of downgrading as less foreign direct investment projects are arriving in the country compared to other regional nations.
Though Vietnam has seen changes from its economic restructuring, stronger reforms are vital to attract foreign investment, they said, hoping that their suggestions and ideas will aid the country's ministries and agencies in perfecting policies.
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