Investment in Ben Tre

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-way, 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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Many incentives for investment into the An Hiep industrial zone

The People's Committee of Ben Tre province has launched its preferential
policies for investment into the An Hiep Industrial Zone in an effort to
encourage investors outside the province to push up capital, technical and
equipment investments into the IZ.

Specific incentives

Land lease cost and form of payment: The price for land lease is US$0.5 per square meter a year with VAT inclusive. Payment mechanism: the payment for the land-lease cost can be done annually, one payment for 10 years or payment is done one time for the whole project duration. Potential investors are encouraged to pay one time for the whole project implementation period.

Investment Policy and Environment

The Province's investment environment is quite open and friendly. Investment in Ben Tre will take advantages of low labor cost, abundant materials (especially coconuts, aquatic products and fruits), low land leasing, simple investment procedures, and active supports from local authorities.

The Preferential Policies for Coconut Products


No.1573/2004/ QD -UB , May 11th  2004 by The Ben Tre People's

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