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|Long An Province will direct relevant agencies to remove bottlenecks for businesses, including those from Taiwan, Tran Van Can, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee said at a dialogue with Taiwanese enterprises last week.- VNS Photo|
During the meeting, a representative from Tainan Enterprises Co Ltd, a garment manufacturer in Kien Tuong town’s border economic zone, expressed concerns over complicated and time-consuming administrative procedures for foreign workers.
A Wu Feng Viet Nam representative said her company was yet to occupy the entire area it had leased at the zone and asked for help from local authorities. The company makes bathroom products at the Hoang Gia Industrial Complex in Duc Hoa District.
Taiwan is taking the lead among 37 countries and territories investing in Long An, with 180 projects worth over US$980 million, mostly in outsourcing, garment and footwear, and plastics.