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For the first 10 days of the new year, Dong Nai attracted more than USD 226 million, mainly from South Korea and Japan.

On January 12, Dong Nai People's Committee awarded investment certificates to three new foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with total capital of USD 190 million.

In particular, Hansol Electronics Vietnam Co., Ltd (of Korea), specializes in manufacturing and assembling liquid crystal display modules, electronic circuit boards) with USD 100 million in Ho Nai Industrial Park, Trang Bom district. Ojitex Vietnam Co., Ltd’s project, specializes in manufacturing all kinds of high quality packagings of Japan with USD 60 million invested in Loc An Industrial Park - Binh Son (Long Thanh).

Finally, the project of Platel Vina Co., Ltd (Korea), specializes in manufacturing electronic equipment cases, electric and electronic components from plastic materials, is invested in Amata Industrial Park (Bien Hoa City). Total investment is USD 30 million.


Loc An Industrial Park - Binh Son at the beginning of the year attracted an investment of 60 million USD from Japanese companies. Photo: Phuoc Tuan

In 2021, this province aims to attract about USD 700 million from abroad and VND 2,000 billion from domestic projects. For the first 10 days of the year, the locality attracted more than USD 226 million, mainly from South Korea and Japan.

According to Dong Nai People's Committee, as of January 10, 2021, in Dong Nai industrial zones, there are 372 Korean projects with total registered investment capital of nearly USD 6.16 billion and 253 Japanese projects with total investment registration capital is nearly USD 4.87 billion.

Mr. Le Van Danh, Deputy Director of Dong Nai Industrial Zones Authority, said that in 2020, despite being affected by Covid -19, the situation of attracting investment, construction and development of infrastructure of industrial zones in Dong Nai still achieved positive results.

In 2020, there were 66 foreign-invested projects in the whole province, total investment capital is USD 402.27 million and 26 domestic projects, total investment capital is more than VND 2,300 billion.

Along with Binh Duong and Long An, Dong Nai is one of the major capitals of industry adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City that accelerated the rapid planning and deployment of infrastructure of industrial zones to catch up the foreign direct investment wave shifted to Vietnam. In addition to opening new industrial zones in the district, Dong Nai is also planning to expand Amata Industrial Park in the center of Bien Hoa City by 27 hectares.


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