HANOI, Oct 23 (Reuters) - An investment protection agreement between Vietnam and Japan is expected to be signed in November, after the settlement of contentious policies by Hanoi that foreign automakers say place unsustainable costs on the sector. "This agreement has been fully prepared. I will sign it in November," Minister of Planning and Investment Vo Hong Phuc said at an American Chamber of Commerce meeting in Hanoi. The powerful ministry oversees all foreign investment in the ...
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