3 Japanese Self Defense Force ships to visit Cambodia

Sep 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Xinhuanet

Three Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force ships will be visiting Cambodia from Oct.

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1 - 15 of 15 Comments Last updated Sep 28, 2012
Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#1 Sep 27, 2012
Three Japanese warships are a good sign for Cambodia. Japan can help Cambodia to fight Thailand for the oil.

Three Chinese warships would be a bad sign for Cambodia. China will pressure Cambodia to yield the oil to Thailand.
Leeporter

Bangkok, Thailand

#2 Sep 27, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
Three Japanese warships are a good sign for Cambodia. Japan can help Cambodia to fight Thailand for the oil.
Three Chinese warships would be a bad sign for Cambodia. China will pressure Cambodia to yield the oil to Thailand.
Are you idiot, Japan has thousand times more interest in Thailand than in Cambodia.:-)

Do some homework, DrunnkenHead.
Kulet Jonk

United States

#3 Sep 27, 2012
Japanese like to eat thai girl Suzhi hahahaa..j
Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#4 Sep 27, 2012
Leeporter wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you idiot, Japan has thousand times more interest in Thailand than in Cambodia.:-)
Do some homework, DrunnkenHead.
Thailand begs Japan not to move away the flooded factories. Thailand was crying to Japan for more investment. Japan can say, "Yield the oil to Cambodia". I bet Thailand would think twice before say "No."

If China says to Thailand, "Yield the oil to Cambodia.", Thailand would laugh. Then China will say, "Ok, we will tell Cambodia to yield the oil to you."

LoL.

Meanwhile, you know that China is Japan's number 1 enemy. Thailand is getting closer and closer to China, Japan must move away from Thailand. It's simple as that.
Leeporter

Bangkok, Thailand

#5 Sep 27, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
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Thailand begs Japan not to move away the flooded factories. Thailand was crying to Japan for more investment. Japan can say, "Yield the oil to Cambodia". I bet Thailand would think twice before say "No."
If China says to Thailand, "Yield the oil to Cambodia.", Thailand would laugh. Then China will say, "Ok, we will tell Cambodia to yield the oil to you."
LoL.
Meanwhile, you know that China is Japan's number 1 enemy. Thailand is getting closer and closer to China, Japan must move away from Thailand. It's simple as that.
Hey DrunkenHead, while Japan is having problem with China, Japanese factories are planning to move some of its operation from China to Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.

VN's infrastructure is not ready for Japanese investors, and no one want to take their risk in VN.

You better pray for that Thai tycoon Vikrom to successfully build world class industrial estate in VN.

Japanese companies are his loyal customers. They will go to VN only if the industrial estate is built by Vikrom.

Don't believe me?:-)

At the same time, Chinese tourists changed their destination from Japan to Thailand and right now Chinese tourists visiting Thailand already surpass long-time No.1 from Malaysian tourists.

What a lucky. ha ha ha ..:-)
Leeporter

Bangkok, Thailand

#6 Sep 27, 2012
I am not sure whether the communist VN govt is already realized yet that this guy is the key for Japanese investors to come to VN.

http://talkvietnam.com/2012/03/thai-billionai...

He got a lot of connection with Japanese businesses and Japaneses only trust ihm.

They should hire him to recruit Japanese factories to come to VN.
Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#7 Sep 27, 2012
Leeporter wrote:
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Hey DrunkenHead, while Japan is having problem with China, Japanese factories are planning to move some of its operation from China to Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
VN's infrastructure is not ready for Japanese investors, and no one want to take their risk in VN.
You better pray for that Thai tycoon Vikrom to successfully build world class industrial estate in VN.
Japanese companies are his loyal customers. They will go to VN only if the industrial estate is built by Vikrom.
Don't believe me?:-)
At the same time, Chinese tourists changed their destination from Japan to Thailand and right now Chinese tourists visiting Thailand already surpass long-time No.1 from Malaysian tourists.
What a lucky. ha ha ha ..:-)
I don't know about Vikrom building any industrial park in Vietnam.

Amata group is what I am talking about. This Thai group is building a huge industrial park in Vietnam at Japan's request to move factories from Thailand to Vietnam.

http://www.accessvietnam.net/vietnam_industri...

Just wait a year or two. Mark my words.
Leeporter

Bangkok, Thailand

#8 Sep 27, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
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I don't know about Vikrom building any industrial park in Vietnam.
Amata group is what I am talking about. This Thai group is building a huge industrial park in Vietnam at Japan's request to move factories from Thailand to Vietnam.
http://www.accessvietnam.net/vietnam_industri...
Just wait a year or two. Mark my words.
Amata (Sanskrit for immortal) is owned by Vikrom.:-)

He was the one who want to expand to VN and Japanese factories will go with him.

Let me ask you this, why on earth Japanese factories don't build their own industrial estate? Why they need to follow Vikrom?

Do you know why?
Leeporter

Bangkok, Thailand

#9 Sep 27, 2012
DrunkenHead, you said Japanese factories asked Vikrom to build industrial estate in Vietnam for them.

Why Japaneses didn't just asked VN govt to build such industrial estate for them?????

Why Vikrom???

I don't understand.

Do you?
Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#10 Sep 27, 2012
Leeporter wrote:
DrunkenHead, you said Japanese factories asked Vikrom to build industrial estate in Vietnam for them.
Why Japaneses didn't just asked VN govt to build such industrial estate for them?????
Why Vikrom???
I don't understand.
Do you?
I do. Oh man, it's so easy to understand. It's part of the move.

Amata own the design and copy right of the industrial parks in Thailand. In order to move Japan factories from Thailand to Vietnam, they have to build the same design.

Vietnam cannot build the design which Amata own. So, only Amata can build a replica industrial zone in Vietnam so that the move can be extradited with minimal confusion and loss.

LoL, it's so easy to understand!
Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#11 Sep 27, 2012
For new Japanese factories, Vietnam are building extra industrial parks in Central Vietnam and North Vietnam.

It's in the South Vietnam where Amata is tasked to build a replica from Thailand so that the Japanese companies can easily move the factories over.

Know this. Each factory has a floor plan and production lines to efficiently move/produce stuff. You cannot just arbitrarily change the factory floor plan. For the move to happen, the same factory floor plan must be retained.

The new Amata Industrial zone in Vietnam is to retain the existing Japanese factories' floor plans when they move from Thailand to Vietnam ok?

Is it clear now? LoL @ the dumb Thai.
Leeporter

Bangkok, Thailand

#12 Sep 28, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
For new Japanese factories, Vietnam are building extra industrial parks in Central Vietnam and North Vietnam.
It's in the South Vietnam where Amata is tasked to build a replica from Thailand so that the Japanese companies can easily move the factories over.
Know this. Each factory has a floor plan and production lines to efficiently move/produce stuff. You cannot just arbitrarily change the factory floor plan. For the move to happen, the same factory floor plan must be retained.
The new Amata Industrial zone in Vietnam is to retain the existing Japanese factories' floor plans when they move from Thailand to Vietnam ok?
Is it clear now? LoL @ the dumb Thai.
ha ha ha ...

Is this some kind of joke?
Asean

Hurst, TX

#13 Sep 28, 2012
they came with load go back with empty. gov secret
mistervplus

United States

#14 Sep 28, 2012
Leeporter wrote:
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VN's infrastructure is not ready for Japanese investors, and no one want to take their risk in VN.
Although, the infrastructure in Vietnam weaker than Thailand at present but it is culture of the Vietnam and Japan share many commons than that of Thailand. Thus the labor is cheaper than Thailand therefore Vietnam is considered 2nd destination for Japanese investors after China.

Infrastructure does play important role in economic decision but it is NOT the ultimate measure to decide whether or not to invest in one country. It has to has political role in there too.

Let get this fact straight Lieporter

Vietnamese engineers and scientists will work with Japanese experts to manufacture the first satellite in Japan and put it into space in the centre in 2017.
It also marked the first step in strategic co-operation between Viet Nam and Japan in space technology, he said.

http://nationalistvietnam.wordpress.com/2012/...

Vietnam will build a high speed railway with aid from Japan at an estimated cost of $33 billion,
http://www.reuters.com/article/2007/02/06/idU...

- Why Japan provided so much ODA for Vietnam? Simply they are strategic partner [brotherhood] like Vietnam with Laos.
khoun ying

Australia

#15 Sep 28, 2012
japan or china will choose thailand over cambodia...china used cambodia for convenience...

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