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A raft of high-tech projects has received investment certificates and approval for raising capital in the last months of 2017.
A series of investors announced intentions to develop satellite projects, including assembly facilities as well as component manufacturing factories, to serve the US' First Solar project after it resumed construction with extended investment capital and capacity.
In order to join the global value chain (GVC), Vietnam needs to expand production scale as well as improve labour capacity, product quality, and administrative capabilities.
The construction of WHA Hemaraj Industrial Park (IP) invested by WHA Group from Thailand is expected to be started by the end of this month, instead of the late October in the initial plan, thanks to preferential policies as well as great support from provincial authorities.
Despite being taken over by a new investor, the construction of the long-delayed Park City in Ho Chi Minh City remains uncertain.
IDEA Limited Company (a subsidiary of Pou Chen Group) singed a contract to rent land in Tan Tao Industrial Zone (IZ) and they are waiting for the investment certificate to invest and build a footwear factory in this IZ in Ho Chi Minh City.
The textile and garment sector is forecast to benefit greatly from the technologies of Industry 4.0 – businesses in the sector, however, remain indifferent to the changing tide.
The largest foreign-invested company in the fashion sector, SCAVI has fought its way onto the list of 500 biggest companies in Vietnam in 2016, announced by Vietnam Report in February 2017.
While Intel is cutting jobs globally, Intel Products Vietnam (IPV) has plans to increase investment in 2017.
Dai Nam JSC, the developer of the Dai Nam tourism park complex in the southern province of Binh Duong, expedited a mammoth $100-million racecourse in Dai Nam complex, capturing newspaper headlines.