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Vietjet has just requested the Ministry of Transport and Phu Yen People’s Committee to consider and authorise it to finance the adjustment of Tuy Hoa Airport that lies about 5km southeast of Tuy Hoa city centre.
The official launch of Becamex VSIP Binh Dinh Township and Industrial Park last month by developer Becamex Binh Dinh JSC is anticipated to open bright prospects to beef up the region’s industrial development, while simultaneously being a testament to the strategic and efficient partnership between the two southern localities of Binh Dinh and Binh Duong, as well as between top players Becamex IDC and VSIP Group.
Phu Yen province is sparing no effort on infrastructure investment and developing a high-tech agricultural zone with the ambition to turn the locality into a top agri-hub in the south-central coastal and Central Highlands regions through vigorously restructuring the local agricultural sector.
Developing ecological industrial real estate is a new direction for the central city of Danang in its strategy to attract investment into high-tech projects, with many companies interested in large-scale logistics projects manifested by the upcoming Lien Chieu deepwater port.
In case the proposal of TPI Polene Power Public Company Limited (TPI) from Thailand is approved, Quang Tri will receive a number of petroleum, gas, and logistics projects with the total investment capital of billions of dollars.
The negative effects of climate change and rising sea levels along the central coastal provinces of Vietnam requires the efforts of both local authorities and businesses in minimising losses.
Expected to provide a fulcrum to foster tourism development in Quang Ngai province’s southern and northern parts, the multi-million dollar Thien Dang (Paradise) eco resort project is still far from completion, even 13 years after starting construction.
A wind power project has just officially received the investment certificate at the Phu Yen Investment Promotion Conference on January 19.
Although it is the equal of other locations on the south-central coast in growth potential, the province of Phu Yen has yet to take off in development, lacking the strategic investors that could be its driving force.
On January 17 of next year, Binh Son Refining and Petrochemical Co., Ltd. (BSR), the operator of Dung Quat Refinery, will conduct its initial public offering (IPO) to sell 242 million shares, equalling 7.79 per cent of its charter capital at the initial price of VND14,600 ($0.64) apiece, with the expectation to acquire VND4 trillion ($176.1 million) from the deal.