Entrance to the Long Thành Industrial Park in Đồng Nai Province. — Photo kland.vn ĐỒNG NAI — The southern province of Đồng Nai plans to build industrial parks and expand existing ones to be ready for the shift in foreign direct investment flows from China to Việt Nam because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has hit that country hard. Thanks to Việt Nam’s efforts to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic, in the first 5 months of this year, Đồng Nai attracted a total of US$612 million in FDI, according to its Statistics Office. Nguyễn Thị Cẩm Hồng, deputy general director of the Dầu Giây Industrial Zone Joint Stock Company, said some South Korean and Japanese investors came to survey the industrial zone last month. To welcome new FDI inflows, the province plans to build industrial parks at Long Thành, Cẩm Mỹ, Thống Nhất, Trảng Bom, and Nhơn Trạch districts and Long Khánh Town, each between 200ha and 900ha in size. It will also expand existing ones, which are all nearly full, such as Amata, An Phước, Long Đức, Tân Phú, Xuân Lộc, Hố Nai, Sông Mây, and Long Khánh. Cao Tiến Dũng, chairman of the province People’s Committee, said he… Read full this story
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