Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI – Japan’s Fuji Engineering Vietnam Co Ltd began construction on Saturday of houses for lease, as well as facilities that provide services to Japanese experts and workers in the Đồng Văn I Industrial Park in northern Hà Nam Province’s Duy Tiên District.
Covering an area of 12,000 sq.m, the project is valued at US$10 million and is the province’s first wholly foreign invested development that provides hospitality services and accommodations for workers of Japanese companies, along with other investors conducting business there.
Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony, general director of the company, Masakazu Yasuhara, thanked the provincial authorities for their support.
Yasuhara said that the three 10-floor buildings would not only help satisfy demand by investors, but also help complete infrastructure facilities and create a more favourable investment environment for enterprises in the province.
Nguyễn Xuân Đông, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee, highly praised the company’s initiative, saying that it would contribute to boosting the locality’s socio-economic development.
He also asked the company to continue implementing its commitment, in line with the State’s policies and laws, and taking care of its workers so that they would have a strong attachment to the company.
The chairman also asked management boards of industrial zones in the province and related agencies to co-ordinate to realise 10 commitments that the province had made with foreign investors to ensure the efficient and smooth operation of Fuji Engineering Vietnam, as well as other enterprises.
Hà Nam boasts eight industrial parks, with a total area of 2,000 hectares. Of these, four are now operational. – VNS