Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Nguyen Thien Nhan said that the SHTP currently attracts about US$7.5 billion of investment capital. Of which, foreign enterprises accounted for 31 percent but held 74 percent of investment capital. Besides, the number of employees in SHTP is 42,000 people, accounting for less than 1 percent of the total number of employees in the city, but they contribute 37 percent of the export value. Therefore, it shows that if HCMC attracts investments into the SHTP better, this place will contribute to the economic development of the city even more. Welcoming the development goals of the SHTP in the coming time, Mr. Nguyen Thien Nhan also noted that the orientation should be put in relation to the establishment and development of Thu Duc City. According to him, SHTP is the nucleus of the economic development of HCMC in the coming time, associated with Thu Duc City. Therefore, the leaders of HCMC need to grasp the situation firmly, share the success, and promptly remove the obstacles for the SHTP. In response to the proposal to have a specific inter-agency one-stop-shop mechanism in handling procedures for enterprises in the SHTP, Mr. Nguyen Thien Nhan noted that the SHTP… Read full this story
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