Japan Expands Aid for Vietnam's Judicial Reform Scheme

    Japan will give $4 million to Vietnam over the next four years to support the second phase of the Southeast Asian country’s legal and judicial reform program.

    The program was launched in 2007, also with Japan’s backing. It seeks to improve the supervisory and guidance capacity of Vietnam’s central judicial agencies, VOV News reports.

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