At Quang Binh Investment Promotion Conference held on August 27, Quang Binh People's Committee granted investment registration certificates and investment cooperation agreements for 66 projects with a total investment of VND162,250 billion, equivalent to $7.05 billion, of which FLC Group pledged to make an estimated investment of $2.71 billion.
Vietnam is a clear favorite destination for internationally oriented Singapore-based companies expecting to expand, according to HSBC's study just released.
The sentiment of European and Europe-linked companies in Vietnam when it comes to theconditions for business in the Vietnamese market is moderately positive, according to EuroCham.
With available strengths, French enterprises operating in Vietnam are expected to support Vietnam in the new areas that are focused to develop, especially smart cities.
An array of the modern mega-projects has ever been launched in the north, east and west of Hanoi.
The proposal of replacing project investor on Quynh Lap 1 thermal power plant located in Nghe An province, which costs over $2 billion is expected to speed up the progress of construction and operation to secure the existing plan on national energy security.
Hanoi became a hotspot in drawing huge flow of investment when its local authority yesterday granted certificates and approval to 71 projects totaling over $17 billion of registered capital.
Under the investment plan of the Imex Panpacific Group, the Bac Van Phong special economic zone will include such items as the tourist area, smart city, residential and industrial areas, airport, roads and port area.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has just approved the proposal on investment in expanding Hoa Binh Hydropower Plant with a total capital of nearly VND8.6 trillion, equivalent to $378 million.
The Partnership Fund of the Partnering for Green and The Global Goals 2030 has the current fund of $4 million per year.
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