Over 1,500 participants to attend Hanoi investment promotion event
Updated at Wednesday, 13 Jun 2018, 14:07
The Hanoitimes - Over 1,500 delegates from government agencies and localities, representatives from international organizations and diplomatic missions and businesses will attend the conference “Hanoi 2018- Cooperation, Investment and Development” this week.
The conference is scheduled to take place at the National Convention Center on June 17, Vice Director of Hanoi Department of Information and Communication Nguyen Minh Khanh said at a regular press meeting of the Hanoi Party Committee on June 12.
The conference will introduce the main targets and the list of projects calling for investment in the period of 2018-2020. On the basis, government and business leaders will work out ways to attract investment into Hanoi. They wuill also discuss joint projects, regional connectivity, and Hanoi’s leading role in steering development in other regions.
Vice Director of Hanoi Department of Information and Communication Nguyen Minh Khanh made speech at the press conference
Hanoi will review its cooperation outcomes with other provinces and cities in 2016 and 2017, and will introduce its key goals and projects calling for investment in the 2018-2020 in Hanoi and other provinces and cities in the region.
Moreover, memoranda of understanding on cooperation in smart city building, tertiary education, high-tech agriculture, healthcare, tourism and environment and investment certificates will be handed over while individuals, organizations and local and foreign businesses having contributed to spurring Hanoi’s socio-economic growth and regional connectivity will be honored.
Continuously held in the last 3 years, the annual event serves as a message affirming the Hanoi government's willingness to create a transparent and facilitating investment environment. Through the conference, Hanoi’s authorities will continue affirming their efforts to provide the optimal conditions for investors and businesses’ long-term operations, and seek to create connectivity between the city and the northern key economic region and the Red River delta.