(QNO) - On April 24, the ground-breaking ceremonies of Nam Hoi An (Hoi An South) Integrated Resort, Chu Lai- Truong Hai Automotive Mechanical Industrial Zone expansion and the roads connecting Tam Hiep Sea Port with the industrial zone and the Expressway projects took place in the presence of Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Xuan Phuc and representatives of the local services.
|Nam Hoi An Resort project’s groundbreaking ceremony|
The Nam Hoi An project, which will be finished in 2035, covers an area of 985.6ha in 3 communes Duy Hai, Duy Nghia (Duy Xuyen district) and Binh Duong (Thang Binh district) in Quang Nam province with the total capital of 4 billion USD.
|Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (right)|
Prime Minister Phuc highly appraised the efforts of the Quang Nam authorities and people in creating an investment climate attractive to big investors. At the same time, he also praised the Nam Hoi An project’s investors in mobilizing resources for its deployment. Furthermore, Prime Minister Phuc asked Quang Nam province to create favourable conditions for the local residents to improve their income, protect ecological environment.
At the groundbreaking ceremony of expansion of Chu Lai – Truong Hai Automotive Mechanical Industrial Park and building 2 roads linking Tam Hiep port to the highway and industrial zone, Prime Minister highly appreciated the outstanding growth of Truong Hai Auto Corporation (THACO) in the last years and its contributions to the development of Quang Nam in particular and Vietnam as whole.
|The groundbreaking ceremony of building Chu Lai – Truong Hai Mechanical and Automobile|
This project with a total capital of 33,372 billion VND will be finished and put into operation in 2018, including: automobile manufacturing factory with annually capacity of 100,000 cars, 5,000 buses, 10,000 12-16 seat mini-buses; industrial support factory, Tam Hiep urban zone. At the same time, Chu Lai-Truong Hai port will open direct maritime routes connecting Chu Lai with South Korea, Japan, and China.
By TRINH DUNG-MINH HAI