Dozens of industrial zone projects in 13 cities and provinces covering have been approved in the first quarter, promising thousands of hectares of new space for investors over the coming years.
Decree No. 07/2021/ND-CP of the Government on multidimensional poverty line for the 2022-2025 period takes effect on March 15, 2021.
In the first two months of 2021, Ho Chi Minh City licensed three new foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with total registered capital of US$115 million, 99.7% of which was poured into the real estate industry.
The Government leader asks authorities of relevant provinces to ensure the accuracy of information, statistics and assessment in line with the regulations, and guarantee the compatibility between the implementation of the projects and authorised planning.
A memorandum of understanding on green development cooperation for 2021-2025 was signed between the Urban Environment Limited Company (CITENCO) and the Finance and Investment State-owned Company (HFIC) from Ho Chi Minh City on February 23.
Thuan Thanh I Industrial Park will be built in Bac Ninh province with a total investment of $123.8 million with Viglacera Corporation as the main investor.
The economic resilience and recovery in a lackluster year caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is an important factor for the real estate picture to get bright and resilient. This is the premise to draw cash flows into the real estate market in 2021.
In order to support these IZs' investors realise the above target to attract $5 billion in FDI capital, Le Van Thanh, Secretary of Haiphong Party Committee asked Haiphong Economic Zones (EZ) Management Authority, and relevant authorities to promote administrative reform to deal with difficulties facing IZs, as well as review their compliance.