In 2012, southern growth engine Ho Chi Minh City will prioritise attracting investment into hi-tech, supporting industries and information technology projects. Investors from key markets the US and Japan will also be targeted.
Ho Chi Minh City port removal plans are on the back foot due to capital shortages and poor infrastructure.
Ho Chi Minh City industrial zones are crafting ways to weather the economic storm and push performances in 2012.
Southern industrial centres are aiming for hi-tech projects, eco-friendly and labour saving supporting industries to boost efficiency.
Industry experts are mulling ways to boost Vietnam’s exports in 2012.
Scores of Ho Chi Minh City-based property projects are stuck due to unreasonable compensation and inconsistent legal documents.
PPP infrastructure projects are high on Japanese investors’ investment wish lists.
The government has just made Instruction 1792/CT-TTg, strengthening management of state budget and government bond investment. Minister of Planning and Investment (MPI) Bui Quang Vinh shines further light on the instruction.
Ho Chi Minh City plans to remove Saigon River ports from the city inner has run into big waves.
Ho Chi Minh City build-transfer infrastructure projects have run into rough ground.
A host of difficulties are hampering Saigon Port’s removal plan.
Ho Chi Minh City-based industrial zones and export processing zones have muscled up the city’s socio-economic development in the past two decades.
Ho Chi Minh City Export Processing Zone and Industrial Zone Authority (Hepza) is making great strides to achieve the target of creating a clean and green industrial and export processing zone (IZ and EPZ) system in the city, Hepza head Vu Van Hoa told VIR.
Firms are on the tenterhooks with their proposed removal from Bien Hoa 1 Industrial Zone.
A number of seaports in Ho Chi Minh City’s outskirts are underperforming, causing a huge waste of infrastructure and undermining the city’s competitive advantage.