The Ministry of Construction has green-lighted Kien Giang province’s proposal to suspend the master plan to develop Phu Quoc Island into a special administrative-economic zone (SEZ).
Vietnam has been advised to apply Japanese technical standards and remove some obstructions, including those regarding tax and incentives in order to develop the country’s supporting industries.
A series of new airport projects and upgrading of existing airports have been suggested with total investment capital of billions of dollars.
Phu Quoc, Van Don and Bac Van Phong, in order to develop into powerful SEZs, need to have an outstanding business environment and new institutional policies, experts say.
An international airport, seaport system, road traffic and good infrastructure are attracting investment in Phu Quoc. Hundreds of trillion of dong have been poured into the island which will be an SEZ (specialized economic zone) in the near future.
Van Don, a peninsula with total area of 551 square kilometers, has changed its look rapidly since it became one of three ‘candidates’ chosen to try the special economic zone (SEZ) model in Vietnam.
Mukdahan in northeastern Thailand is taking a move to develop a workforce in preparation for the development of the province as a special economic zone.
The Government has approved a plan to build three special economic zones (SEZs) to spearhead the country’s growth and exploit local advantages to impel growth there.
Japan has showed its strong determination to join Thailand and Myanmar in developing a special economic zone (SEZ) in Dawei in Myanmar’s southern province of Tanintharyi.
(VOV) -Leaders of the Vietnamese-invested Long Thanh-Vientiane Special Economic Zone (SEZ) have been awarded the Lao Order for National Development for their contributions to socio-economic development of Laos’ Sekong province.