Aone Deutsland AG and Strabag seek investment opportunities in Vietnam
The two companies are interested in the fields that Vietnam is calling for investment in.
Aone Deutsland AG and Strabag look forward to strengthening cooperation with Vietnam to roll out infrastructure projects including waste and water treatment, highways, energy, and public-private partnership projects in Vietnam.
|National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue. Photo: TTXVN|
Alexander Redeker, CEO of German-based Aone Deutsland AG and the Board of Directors of Austria-headquartered Strabag expressed their interest with National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue at the meeting held on September 6, as part of his trip to attend the fifth World Conference of Speakers of Parliament (WCSP5) in Austria.
Addressing the meeting, the National Assembly Chairman emphasized the above-mentioned projects are of fields that Vietnam is calling for investment in.
Hue suggested the two companies discuss and closely coordinate with Vietnam's ministries of Planning and Investment, Industry and Trade, Transport, and relevant agencies and localities to carry out investment projects in those fields in the coming time.
He also asked for the support of the German company, together with its partners to boost the German government’s provision of the Covid-19 vaccine for Vietnam and to help the country speed up the nationwide vaccination.
Currently, Strabag is cooperating with Aone Deutschland AG to implement a number of projects on infrastructure, water treatment technology, waste treatment, renewable energy in Vietnam.
Aone Deutschland AG is a member of the Tilia Group, one of the world's leading corporations in the fields of construction, real estate, wastewater technology, waste, energy, and resource management.
Strabag is operating in the field of infrastructure development including bridges, roads, water supply, and wastewater treatment plants. It has more than 700 offices in 60 countries, employing 72,000 people.
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