During his working trip to the city on March 1 to review its investment attraction and the development of its industrial parks and economic zones in the city, the State leader asked ministries and sectors to cooperate with Hai Phong to develop the Dinh Vu-Lach Huyen international seaport to serve the city’s sustainable growth.
Hai Phong city is making every effort to facilitate the implementation of trade and construction projects aiming to increase the competitiveness of the local economy.
Last year, the city attracted 41 foreign-invested projects, lifting the total number to 202 with the total investment of US$7.98 billion.
During the visit, President Sang burned incense at the Trang Kenh temple historical relic site in Thuy Nguyen district, which saw 3 of Vietnam’s victories against northern invaders.
He also visited a number of foreign-invested projects in Hai Phong.