The central province of Quang Nam has set a target for the provincial GDP in 2025 to be 46 per cent generated by industry and construction and 47.5 per cent generated by services. To achieve the target, local authorities have made a detailed plan, spread over six targeted sectors.
The great achievements the central province of Quang Nam has posted in recent years have solidified its position as a magnet for domestic and foreign investment this year – during the province’s 20th anniversary of re-establishment.
The central province of Quang Nam has pledged to create a favourable and friendly investment climate for businesses. Dinh Van Thu, Chairman of the Quang Nam People’s Committee, shares his perspective with VIR’s Ha Linh on the efficiency of investment attraction in Quang Nam, as well as the province’s plans and strategies to draw more investment in the future.
The Ninh Thuan Provincial People’s Committee has given Enfinity Ninh Thuan Co., Ltd. one last chance to submit the required documents or else it would officially withdraw its approval for the company’s long-delayed wind power plant project.
The second turbine of the Trung Son hydropower plant in the central province of Thanh Hoa began generating electricity for the national grid on March 21, more than one month after its first turbine was launched.
The PM has approved an investment plan for the project to construct an artery connecting Nam Dinh province’s sea-based economic region with the Cau Gie-Ninh Binh Expressway.
After 20 years of re-establishment, the central province of Quang Nam has built its position, becoming a key driving force for the development of the central region. Quang Nam is now ready to come into the global integration era, writes Ha Linh.
The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) on March 14 announced the Provincial Competitive Index (PCI) 2016, which sees central Da Nang city continuing topping for the seventh time and the fourth consecutive year.
A forum was held in Hai Phong City on Sunday to promote investment and tourism partnerships with Japan, one of the major investors in the northern port city.