At the conference, Phu Yen leaders hoped investors will find opportunities in the potential land.
Lying in the south-central coastal region, Phu Yen has several famous landscapes, and cultural and historical sites, and serves as a gateway to the East Sea for provinces in the Central Highlands. Its main infrastructure is completed with seaports, an airport, a north-south railway and a road network linking neighbouring provinces. Particularly, the Ca Pass Tunnel has been put into operation while the Cu Mong Pass project is expected to complete in early 2019, helping facilitate travelling on Highway 1A.
According to provincial leaders, in addition to incentives under current regulations, Phu Yen has made a great effort to accelerate administration reforms to support businesses and attracted investment in sea and island tourism, cultural, historical and entertainment tourism, infrastructure and urban areas, hi-tech agriculture, agri-forestry and aquatic processing, fishery logistics services, the application of new technologies, industrial automation technology and renewable energy.
They listed projects calling for investment like Xuan Dai Bay luxury sports and entertainment complex, Van Hoa eco-tourism complex and resort, a specialized tuna port, Phu Yen tuna market outlet, and infrastructure for an oil refinery industrial zone.