Doosan Vina pours US$300 million into Dung Quat EZ
The Korean-owned Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam Co. Ltd. (Doosan Vina) has invested US$300 million in Quang Ngai province’s Dung Quat Economic Zone (EZ).
Doosan Vina operates five plants in Dung Quat EZ, manufacturing boilers, heat-recovery steam generators, seawater desalination evaporators, and material handling equipment.
Since first investing in the EZ, the firm has allocated nearly US$2 million to a diverse range of charity initiatives, helping improve local living conditions.
Doosan Vina’s annual US$250,000 programme brings doctors from the Republic of Korea to Quang Ngai to provide free medical consultations for thousands of local residents.
The company has also sponsored surgeries for children born with hare lips and cleft palates, and for elderly cataract sufferers. Its medical equipment donations to Quag Ngai hospitals are valued at more than US$85,000.
Doosan Vina employs nearly 2,500 workers and participates in the “Made in Vietnam” trademark development programme. The firm is expected to generate additional 3,500 jobs in the near future.
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