The KIC representative desired that leaders of the province and concerned departments, boards, and sectors would facilitate the corporation's investment in the province.
Secretary of the Hai Duong Provincial Party Committee Nguyen Manh Hien receives KIC representative Bae Ho-cho
Mr. Nguyen Manh Hien, Member of the Central Party Committee, Secretary of the Hai Duong Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council, and Mr. Nguyen Duong Thai, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee, Head of the Provincial Delegation of National Assembly Deputies, on January 5 afternoon received KIC representative Bae Ho-cho.
At the meeting, Mr. Nguyen Manh Hien generally introduced the provincial socio-economic development and attraction of investment in 2017 and suggested that KIC study the building of industrial zones (IZ).
He said that the Vietnamese Prime Minister was planning Hai Duong for IZ development on an area of more than 180 ha in Nam Sach; therefore, it was possible to consider allowing the enterprise to develop IZs on the approved area.
At the corporation's request for construction of an IZ covering an area of more than 1,000 ha in the communes of An Binh, Quoc Tuan, and An Lam (Nam Sach), Mr. Nguyen Manh Hien recommended the business to invest in many stages.
The provincial authorities will work with relevant ministries and sectors to bring up the enterprise's investment idea.
The corporation should work out a detailed project for the IZ for leaders of the province and concerned departments, boards, and sectors to consider asking the Government to approve the investment.
Mr. Bae Ho-cho said KIC had researched on Hai Duong's development potential and desired that leaders of the province and concerned departments, boards, and sectors would facilitate the corporation's investment in the province.
The corporation will reserve more than 60% of the proposed area to build factories and production zones and 40% for roads, an electricity system, trees, a wastewater treatment zone, and other auxiliary facilities.
Upon completion of the IZ construction, KIC will lure South Korean and Japanese investors.