Quảng Bình to hold investment promotion conference next year

December, 14/2020 - 08:11
Quảng Bình Province will organise an investment promotion conference in mid-January 2021 in Đồng Hới City, according to the provincial People's Committee.

 

A view of Quảng Bình. This central province will open a conference next year to call for investment in many key sectors, including the tourism industry. — Photo sct.quangbinh.gov.vn

HÀ NỘI — Quảng Bình Province will organise an investment promotion conference in mid-January 2021 in Đồng Hới City, according to the provincial People's Committee.

“This conference is an opportunity for Quảng Bình to show its great potential in economic development and as an attractive and reliable investment destination for all investors," Secretary of the Party Committee of Quảng Bình Vũ Đại Thắng said.

It will focus on introducing the potential and strengths of Quảng Bình, including the energy industry, tourism, services, agriculture and the marine economic sector.

At the event, the People's Committee of Quảng Bình will approve investment policies and investment registration certificates for a number of key projects. At the same time, it will sign agreements on investment co-operation and credit supply for a number of projects.

The investment promotion conference in 2021 will attract domestic and foreign organisations, enterprises and investors. It will create dialogues between the authorities and businesses of Quảng Bình to seek opportunities for investment and business in the province and solutions on effectively exploiting the potential in this province.

The conference is expected to receive about 600 delegates, including representatives from agencies of the Government and the National Assembly, ministries, sectors, localities and diplomatic bodies of other countries in Việt Nam.

They also include the Việt Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the chambers of industry and commerce of other countries in Việt Nam, domestic and foreign financial, economic and commercial organisations, economic experts, and domestic and foreign investors. — VNS

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