Quang Ninh provincial authority has petitioned the Government to approve a high class casino project, which will draw more investors and tourists after Van Don international airport and Ha Long - Van Don Expressway put into operation today.
Thailand-based Amata Group, the world's leading industrial city developer has commenced the construction of the Song Khoai industrial park, the first phase of the Amata City Halong project, on an area of 714 hectares.
88-storey iconic tower complex with over 3,000 rooms has become the highlight of the Heritage Road project which has just been approved.
The Swedish-based SOWAREEN corporation has proposed to invest in establishing the financial and insurance center in Van Don special economic zone, Quang Ninh province.
The ever largest smart city in Ha Long, Quang Ninh province is expected to be commenced by Amata Vietnam in 2020.
According to the leader of Amata Vietnam, the smart city project located in Ha Long city, Quang Ninh province has the total land area of 5,789ha with the investment capital of $1.6 billion divided into two stages.
Van Don - Mong Cai Expressway project will be kicked off in the third quarter of 2018 and scheduled to be completed in 2020, according to Quang Ninh People's Committee.
Arcadis & Callison RTKL, a Hong Kong corporation, has been selected as Quang Ninh’s planning consultant for the Van Don Special Administrative Economic Zone (SEZ).
Prime Minister (PM) Nguyen Xuan Phuc demanded the local authorities to allocate their own budget and other funding methods to develop Van Don as a special economic zone, according to source released by the Government Office on last July 17.
Local media spotted several resorts on at least five islands in Bai Tu Long Bay despite construction restrictions.
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