September, 16 2013 08:56:00

Tay Ninh unveils investment hopes

A view of Linh Trung Export Processing Zone in Tay Ninh Province. — VNS File Photo

HCM CITY (VNS) — The Tay Ninh Province Trade and Investment Promotion Centre has unveiled a list of 12 major projects in which it is seeking investment on a priority basis in the next two years.

They are in sectors like agriculture and animal husbandry, tourism, education, and housing.

One of them is a project for making products from sugarcane residue like plywood, fertilisers, and ethanol, which will be offered special incentives and the investor will be encouraged to locate in Tan Bien, Tan Chau, or Chau Thanh District.

A project to manufacture rubber tyres, medical gloves, and household objects will be offered incentives in Go Dau, Duong Minh Chau, and Chau Thanh districts and extra incentives if located in Tan Chau, Tan Bien, or Ben Cau District.

Industrial parks in Tan Chau, Tan Bien, Chau Thanh and Duong Minh Chau districts are looking for investors to set up plants to produce bio-fuel, glucose, drugs, and food and industrial chemicals from cassava.

The province is also looking for investment in livestock and poultry farming and meat, milk, and seafood processing except in Hoa Thanh District and Tay Ninh town.

The others include development of the Ba Den and Dau Tieng tourism zones and construction of three- to five-star hotels, a university, the Chi Lang residential area for low-income people, and residential area No. 2 — all in Tay Ninh town – and development of the Ka Tum and Chang Riec border gates.

The province will offer incentives for all the projects, according to the centre. — VNS

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