HA NOI (VNS) – The northern province of Ha Nam will continue adopting more incentives for FDI enterprises - especially those from Japan - in order to secure their long-term investment, Chairman of Ha Nam provincial People's Committee Mai Tien Dung said.
During a working session on Sunday with representatives from over 70 FDI enterprises of nine countries and territories based in the locality, Dung said the province planned to concentrate on improving infrastructure in industrial zones, training qualified workers and reforming administrative procedures.
Thanks to a number of investment promotion events in Japan over the past years, Ha Nam has attracted Japanese investors into 20 projects.
Daiken Murakami, General Director of Showa Denko Co Ltd and Chairman of Japanese Business Association in Viet Nam, said he appreciated these incentives and pledged to intensify co-operation with local authorities in an effort to draw more Japanese businesses to the locality.
On the occasion, the provincial People's Committee granted investment licences to two more Japanese businesses and announced a decision on a charity fund for disadvantaged children established by Japanese enterprises. — VNS