The Hanoitimes - The foreign businesses are interested in local Nghi Son deep-water port, Prince Abdul Qawi of Brunei said at the meeting with authorities in the central province of Thanh Hoa on May 18 to seek investment opportunities.
A delegation of foreign investors, led by Prince Abdul Qawi of Brunei, had a working visit to Thanh Hoa province to look for investment opportunities on May 18.
At the meeting with the province's
authorities, Prince Qawi said the delegation hopes to receive favourable conditions for operations in renewable energy and oil refinery.
The Prince noted that the foreign investors are also interested in local Nghi Son deep-water port.
Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Trinh Van Chien said Thanh Hoa is calling for investment in infrastructure, particularly in industrial parks within the Nghi Son economic zone, which is one of the 8 key coastal economic zones with highest investment incentives.
Nghi Son deep-water port in Thanh Hoa province.
Secretary Trinh Van Chien affirmed that the locality commits to ensuring favourable conditions for foreign investors.
On May 19, the delegation visited Lam Son and Sao Vang high-tech industrial parks and Nghi Son economic zone.
Thanh Hoa is the third largest province in Vietnam in terms of population with 3.7 million people. The province’s economy rose 11.8% in 2015.
Thanh Hoa's tourism is also developing strongly, receiving 5.5 million tourists in 2015.
At present, foreign investors, including Japan, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan (China), and Singapore, have poured 12.7 billion USD into 60 local projects on heavy industry, oil refinery, thermoelectricity and textiles.