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Hoa Lac hi-tech park give licences to 31 projects

The Hanoi Times - The Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park has granted investment licences to 31 projects with a total registered capital of almost 690 million USD. These projects will occupy over 100 hectares in which half of land in the park which has a total area of 1,586 hectares under a master plan approved by the government in May this year . The Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park is a joint venture between Japan and Viet Nam , with Japanese partners responsible for the project’s planning scheme and work o­n calling businesses to invest in the park. The agreement o­n the Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park was in furtherance of the Viet Nam-Japan joint statement signed by the two Government leaders o­n Oct. 19, 2006. When completed, the park, which will be divided into four zones: Research and Development, Hi-tech Industry, Software Park and Education and Training, is expected to house universities and many plants that produce high-tech equipment like electronic and semi-conducting products, telecommunication, digital technology, and bio-technology

The Hanoi Times - The Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park has granted investment licences to 31 projects with a total registered capital of almost 690 million USD.


These projects will occupy over 100 hectares in which half of land in the park which has a total area of 1,586 hectares under a master plan approved by the government in May this year .
The Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park is a joint venture between Japan and Viet Nam , with Japanese partners responsible for the project’s planning scheme and work o­n calling businesses to invest in the park. The agreement o­n the Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park was in furtherance of the Viet Nam-Japan joint statement signed by the two Government leaders o­n Oct. 19, 2006.
When completed, the park, which will be divided into four zones: Research and Development, Hi-tech Industry, Software Park and Education and Training, is expected to house universities and many plants that produce high-tech equipment like electronic and semi-conducting products, telecommunication, digital technology, and bio-technology

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