Since the signing of the "Japan-Vietnam Joint Statement" by both heads of state in September 2015, the strategic partnership between Japan and Vietnam has been strengthened and developed to a new level where “the two countries are strategic partners, for peace and prosperity of Asia”; also, at the same time, the expectations of Japan, the top bilateral donor to Vietnam, are being raised. The 10-year Socio-Economic Development Strategy (2011-2020) of Vietnam places a focus on completion of institutional systems, human resource development and modern infrastructure system development. In order to support Vietnam in implementing this strategy, JICA is partnering with Japanese industry, educational institutions, municipalities, NGOs and other groups from Japan to provide comprehensive assistance for nation building with a fair society through promoting economic growth, strengthening international competitiveness, supporting vulnerable groups and enhancing governance towards an industrialized country by 2020.
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