Part of the Mekong Delta, Tra Vinh province is increasingly attractive to investors through the firm commitment of local management agencies to provide efficient business support.
According to Tra Vinh Department of Planning and Investment, in the year to date, the province has lured in four investment projects from local investors in wind power, education, petroleum, and green hydrogen production fields worth $511 million in total registered capital.
|Tra Vinh province bolsters investment |
Cumulatively, as of now, Tra Vinh is home to 379 valid projects, including 37 foreign and 342 domestic ones valued at $3.06 billion and $5.86 billion in total investment value, respectively.
The province has been expediting a wide range of investment attraction activities into sizable projects in industrial production and seafood areas, along with executing flexible incentive policies to support the investors.
Investment attraction has been carried out in an innovative manner to enhance efficiency.
Tra Vinh has also formed a specific task force to attend all the meetings and online symposia on investment promotion which are hosted by diverse ministries and central management agencies.
The events include a workshop to strengthen investment cooperation between Vietnam and the Middle East, a workshop on exchanging practical experiences for production and business rebound between Vietnamese and Indian business post-pandemic, and a meeting on promoting investment and trade relations with Bangladesh, among others.
Along with that, due regard has been paid to ensuring transparent information disclosure involving projects calling for investment into Dinh An Economic Zone, local seaports, and diverse industrial zones across the province including Long Duc, Co Chien, Cau Quan, and Ngu Lac.
Businesses and investors wishing to set up shop in the province would receive diverse incentives, such as capital support for making compensation and site clearance, funding for technical infrastructure investment and labour training, among others.
| ||Tra Vinh scales up support to resume key operations |
The Steering Committee on Administrative Reform and Strengthening the Provincial Competitiveness Index, known as PCI, of the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh has reviewed activities relating to the provincial PCI ranking in the third quarter, and discussed several measures and solutions to enhance efficiency towards the end of 2021.
| ||Tra Vinh province stepping up robust support for production rebound efforts |
Tra Vinh province in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is sparing no efforts to support people and firms to reboot production and business amid a safe adaption to the new normal.
| ||Tra Vinh: Dong Hai I wind power plant inaugurated |
Trung Nam Tra Vinh 1 Wind Power JSC, a member of Trungnam Group, has inaugurated the Dong Hai I Wind Power Plant in Dong Hai commune, Duyen Hai district, the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh.
| ||Tra Vinh economy showing positive developmental signs |
Tra Vinh has made sustained efforts to boost its economic recovery by wooing investment, disbursing capital resources, and implementing infrastructure projects, which in turn are creating business opportunities.
| ||Tra Vinh nurtures private sector to kickstart economy |
Tra Vinh’s economy has flourished in recent years, with various encouraging indicators of recovery – and the Mekong Delta province’s emphasis on boosting the private sector is one of the primary reasons.
| ||APL Logistics expresses its pride after planting a hectare of mangrove trees in Tra Vinh province |
On August 29, APL Logistics joined together with the provincial authorities and the forestry department in a meaningful sustainability event to help both the environment and community.
By Huy Tu