Investment and Co-operation

Another suspending bridge put into use in Long My Commune

After three months of construction, the suspending bridge in Village 1, Long My Commune, Giong trom District has just been completed and put into use. The bridge, the second of the kind being built in Long My Commune, is designed with suspending cables.

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VND59 billion of extra Infrastructural investment for Giao Long IP and An Hiep IZ

2007, Ben Tre province will allocate an extra amount of VND59 billion for infrastructural
investment in the Giao
Long Industrial
and An Hiep Industrial Zone, both located in
Chau Thanh District, according to Mr Tran Van Hoang, Vice Chief of the Ben Tre
Industrial Parks Authority (Ben Tre IPA).

Ben Tre attracts more investors

For the first time in Viet Nam,
the Vietnamese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), in collaboration with
the Project for Competitiveness Upgrading sponsored by an American economic
rating organization, has announced the index of provincial competitiveness (IPC)
Viet Nam
. Most surprisingly, Ben Tre was placed 4 over 42 studied
provinces and cities of the country.

Rach Mieu bridge moving fast into form

On April 30 three years ago, there was an event that made the whole Island of Coconut sleepless for it was an event that they had been waiting for generations. At the event, the country's Prime Minister Phan Van Khai announced the start of the Rach Mieu Bridge Project to build a bridge connecting Ben Tre to Tien Giang and the whole region of Mekong Delta. The Project is significant in that it will end forever Ben Tre's isolated position due to the large river that separates the province from other parts of the country.

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An interview with Mr Nguyen Truc Son, Director of Ben Tre's Investment promotion center

Investment attraction in Ben Tre has been positively pushed forward ever since preferential policies to call for investments were launched by the province's People's Committee, especially since 2005. Apart from achievements, though, Ben Tre at the moment is still faced with various difficulties that need to be intensively solved if the province still want to pushed for more investments in the coming time. The Ben Tre Website has interviewed Mr Nguyen Truc Son, Director of the Investment Promotion Centre of Ben Tre (IPC Ben Tre) about these issues.

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Infrastructural investments in Giao Long and An Hiep industrial parks - a priority in 2006

The Resolution of Ben Tre Communist Party Committee's Eighth Congress has specified development of industry and handicraft as a key priority for the full term of 2006-2010. Based on that, the year of 2006 has been mandated by the Province's Party Committee to set up the fundamental base for development through out the following years.

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New investment preferential policy for the An Hiep Industrial zone

In an effort to encourage and to push forward investment attraction, Ben Tre province's People's Committee has issued the Decision No 1672/2006/QD-UBND, detailing incentives for investments into the An Hiep Industrial Zone. The new detailed incentives include tax, land lease, infrastructural services rates and other auxiliary services.

Many Investors Eyeing the An Hiep Industrial Zone

Thanks to its advantageous position along the river, the An Hiep Industrial Zone is now at the center of attention by many Vietnamese as well as foreign investors. At the moment, beside the currently licensed companies operating in coconut peat manufacturing (the Korean-invested Covina and the Dat Sach Company from Ho Chi Minh City), there are three big new investors applying for land lease in the An Hiep.

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Another foreign company investing in the Giao Long industrial park

On October 17, 2006, Ben Tre's Industrial Parks Authority (IPA) held a ceremony to hand over the investment licence to the Thailand-based Alliance One Apparel Company Limited. The project that the company is planning to invest in the
Giao Long Industrial Park is estimated at US$18.1 million.

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General incentive policy in Ben Tre province september 2006

Ben Tre is one of the thirteen provinces located in the Mekong Delta Region, with natural area of 2,322 square kilometers and 65 kilometers bordering the South China Sea. It is 86 kilometers far from Ho Chi Minh City and 120 kilometers far from Can Tho. Road and waterway transportation is quite convenient, close with the girdle of the dynamic southern economic development zone of Viet Nam. A newly-built national road is linked with the provinces in the region (new route from Rach Mieu, Ham Luong Bridge and Co Chien Ferry). The bridge of Rach Mieu will be completed in 2007. However, Ben Tre has no airport or shipping port.

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