US agricultural company Cargill has funded construction of a school in Ba Don town in the central province of Quang Binh.
The animal feed industry, which is growing at 10-15% annually, is highly attractive to foreign investors, who are steadily expanding their production.
The first 10 months of this year have witnessed a surge in foreign-backed investment in the Vietnamese animal feed industry, amid growing domestic demand in line with the country’s rapid economic growth and regional trends.
Cargill Cares Council, Cargill Incorporated’s international charity fund raiser, has mobilized nearly VND6 billion (US$264,300) in June to implement community projects in Vietnam.
Cargill on April 10 opened an 80,000 metric tonne warehouse for grains and oilseed at the Saigon International Terminals Vietnam (SITV) port in Phu My town, the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau.
As the US and Vietnam seek to deepen economic ties, US President Donald Trump’s upcoming visit to Vietnam is expected to create a positive attitude among the US business community, which is likely to unlock further bilateral trade and investment opportunities.
Meiko Electronics Vietnam Co., Ltd. (Meiko), a subsidiary of Japan's Meiko Electronics Group, selected Quang Minh Industrial Park belonging to TNI Holdings Vietnam to build its third plant, with a total investment capital of US$50 million.
VOV.VN - Cargill Vietnam Ltd. has inaugurated two new schools for more than 400 pupils in the Central Highlands.
VOV.VN - An elementary school in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre in southern Vietnam has opened its doors thanks to funding provided by Cargill under the umbrella of an ongoing employee-led initiative that began in 1995.
Many foreign conglomerates have jumped into the Vietnamese farm produce market after Vietnam signed a series of FTAs.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh and US Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken agreed on the need for Vietnam and the US to increase delegation exchanges and dialogues to strengthen the bilateral relationship.
Vietnam is sitting on a big opportunity to expand its high-quality cocoa production and export, with a big boost from Cacao International Corporation (CIC), the first integrated agricultural company in Vietnam that has advanced sustainable cocoa production and sourcing methods.
US-based agribusiness conglomerate Cargill will continue investing in building animal feed plants and other production projects in Vietnam, Jorge Becerra, Managing Director for Cargill's Animal Nutrition Business in Vietnam, said at a press conference on May 30.
VOV.VN - From its breath-taking beaches and rivers to its bustling cities, Vietnam is widely known for its abundant natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, says America’s largest privately held business Cargill.
The animal feed market in Vietnam has a relatively high potential, which has prompted Cargill group to invest more in the country, according to the US group’s Chairman David McLennan.
Cargill Vietnam, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cargill Incorporated, inaugurated its 9th animal feed plant, worth US$18 million, in the Dong Van II Industrial Zone of Ha Nam Province on March 22.