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Thursday, March 4, 2021
Son La province - a northwestern tourist haven - seeks FDI for hi-tech agriculture Son La province - a northwestern tourist haven - seeks FDI for hi-tech agriculture
Located in Vietnam’s northwestern region, Son La province borders Yen Bai and Lai Chau provinces to the north, Hoa Binh and Phu Tho provinces to the east, Dien Bien province to the west, and Thanh Hoa province and Laos’ Houaphanh province to the south with a borderline of 250 kilometers.
Binh Dinh province eyes hi-tech green investment Binh Dinh province eyes hi-tech green investment
Located in the southern central coast and central key economic region of the country, Binh Dinh province borders Quang Ngai province to the north, Phu Yen province to the south, Gia Lai province to the west and the East Sea to the east with a coastline of 134 kilometers.
Quang Binh province: a renewable energy and adventure tourism hub of central Vietnam Quang Binh province: a renewable energy and adventure tourism hub of central Vietnam
Located in the central coastal region of Vietnam and leaning against the Truong Son mountain range, Quang Binh province borders Ha Tinh province to the north, Quang Tri province to the south and Khammouane and Savannakhet provinces of Laos to the west with a borderline of 201.87 kilometers and the East Sea to the east.
Vinh Long province strives to become an investor-friendly destination for foreign investment Vinh Long province strives to become an investor-friendly destination for foreign investment
With a dense network of rivers and canals, mild climate and fertile soil and some 40,000 hectares of orchards, Vinh Long is enriched with an evergreen ecosystem. The province also boasts 11 national and 44 provincial historical and cultural relic sites. It is well known for traditional craft villages that make rice crepes, bricks and tiles, porcelain and pottery, rattan wares and forging.
Kien Giang province - a bright spot in foreign investment attraction in the southern delta Kien Giang province - a bright spot in foreign investment attraction in the southern delta
According to the Kien Giang Department of Planning and Investment, the province currently hosts 53 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects from 19 countries and territories which have a total capital of USD 2.75 billion. These projects are specialized in tourism, agriculture, processing, manufacturing, trade and services.
Ho Chi Minh City - a smart megacity of modern times Ho Chi Minh City - a smart megacity of modern times
HCMC is to date home to 16 industrial parks and three export processing zones, occupying a total area of 4,530 ha, plus the Sai Gon Hi-Tech Park and the 43-ha Quang Trung Software City.
Science and technology: key to Ca Mau provinces development Science and technology: key to Ca Mau province’s development
Ca Mau is known for its ending point of the S-shaped country - Ca Mau cape - the only place in Vietnam where people can see both sunrise and sunset over the sea.
Lang Son province: the cross-border trade hub of the North Lang Son province: the cross-border trade hub of the North
Lang Son province is the first point in the Vietnamese territory of the Nanning (China)-Lang Son-Hanoi-Hai Phong and the Nanning (China)-Lang Son-Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City-Moc Bai economic corridors. It is also a gateway connecting Vietnam and other ASEAN countries with China’s Guangxi market and southern China in the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area through two international border gates, Chi Ma national border gate and nine auxiliary border gates.
Hung Yen province - ancient charm of northern delta Hung Yen province - ancient charm of northern delta
First founded in 1831 and re-established in 1997, Hung Yen province is renowned for the old saying “Thu nhat Kinh Ky, thu nhi Pho Hien” (the most important is the capital city, the second is Hien (Hung Yen) town).
Tien Giang seeks FDI for hi-tech agriculture Tien Giang seeks FDI for hi-tech agriculture
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has suggested Tien Giang’s development of its economy based on five pillars: hi-tech agriculture, organic fruits, farm produce processing industry, eco-tourism, and logistics.

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