Dialogue discusses PPP projects in Vietnam The first high-level dialogue to accelerate Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects in Vietnam was held in Hanoi on March 21. The event was co-chaired by Minister of Planning and Investment (MPI) Bui Quang Vinh and Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) General Director, Hiroshi Wantanabe, along with related representatives. Addressing the dialogue, Minister Bui Quang Vinh emphasised that the friendship and cooperation between Vietnam and Japan has developed well and seen remarkable milestones across many fields. He highlighted Japan’s support, especially in strengthening cooperation between the private sector and the State sector to develop Vietnam’s infrastructure. Japan is now Vietnam’s largest Official Development Assistance (ODA) provider and the biggest national investor. Vinh also spoke highly of JBIC’s contribution to infrastructure projects with the involvement of a number of international partners. JBIC has been a solid contributor to Vietnam’s socio-economic development and plans to support further trade and investment activities for Vietnam shortly. He expressed his hope that the PPP model will be further promoted in the near future. For his part, JBIC General Director Wantanabe said that cooperation between the two countries has been strengthened for over a decade and Japanese businesses have been operating…
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