Ha Nam holds investment promotion event in RoK - TBA Việt Nam
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Ha Nam holds investment promotion event in RoK

The northern province of Ha Nam held an investment promotion conference at the headquarters of the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) in Seoul, the Republic of Korea, on October 2.

Speaking at the event, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council Pham Sy Loi said that Ha Nam always considers investment cooperation as a crucial mission in bolstering socio-economic development.

The province particularly needs investment in infrastructure development, support industry, hi-tech agriculture and industry, health care, education, tourism services and trading, Loi said.

He pledged to create an open and transparent investment environment and favourable conditions for RoK enterprises to operate effectively in the locality.

According to Vietnamese Deputy Ambassador to the RoK Tran Truong Thuy, the Vietnam-RoK relations have been developing rapidly in all aspects.

The RoK is the biggest foreign investor in Vietnam with total capital of US$62.5 billion in 7,460 projects by the end of 2018, generating jobs for over 700,000 direct labourers and tens of thousands of indirect workers. RoK-run companies accounted for about 30% of Vietnam’s total export turnover.

The country is Vietnam’s second largest trade partner, with two-way trade hitting US$65.7 billion in 2018. The two sides aim to lift their trade to US$100 billion in 2020.

The RoK’s strength in manufacturing makes it an ideal partner of Vietnam, which wants to attract investment in industrialisation and modernisation, Thuy said, adding that the RoK technology in combination with Vietnam’s young and dynamic labour force creates competitiveness of goods in the global value chain.

Link: http://ven.vn/ha-nam-holds-investment-promotion-event-in-rok-40899.html

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