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Foreign investment up 109% in HCM City

2013-04-24 16:22:50

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 Foreign direct investment (FDI) in HCM City in the first quarter of the year rose by 109 per cent compared to the same period last year, pointing to a positive trend that indicates investors feel more confident about the economy.
Workers produce electronic devices at the Japanese-invested Mtex-Semicoductor Co in HCM City
According to the city's Department of Planning and Investment, 78 FDI projects with a total investment of nearly US$160 million were licensed during the first quarter.
The profitable operation of companies in the city's Export Processing Zones and Industrial Parks, especially foreign-invested enterprises, was behind the rising investment trend, said Nguyen Tan Dinh, deputy head of the HCM City Export Processing Zone Authority (HEPZA).
This year, Dinh said that HEPZA would take measures to attract even more investment to the city's EPZ and IPs.
Workers produce electronic devices at the Japanese-invested Mtex-Semicoductor Co in HCM City
Focus will be on hi-tech industries that have high added value: mechanics, electronics/information technology, chemicals, and food and foodstuff processing. In addition, the city will map out a plan to build an industrial area for support industries within the Dong Nam Industrial Park, and is seeking Japanese investment for infrastructure construction.
Promotion campaigns in other countries will also be held in an aim to attract investment to local IPs.
The HCM City Trade and Investment Promotion Centre, the Department of Planning and Investment, and the IP and EPZ Infrastructure Development Company will organise investment promotions in Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, the US and Canada.
Among the licences granted in the first quarter, the municipal People's Committee in late March approved a third plant to be built by MTV Sanofi Viet Nam, a subsidiary of the Sanofi Aventis Group, with a registered capital of US$75 million. It will be located in the city's Hi-Tech Park in District 9.
Authorities also granted a licence for capital expansion of $95.8 million to Nidec Tosok Vietnam, a subsidiary of the Japanese Nidec Group. That brought the total capital investment of the plant, located in Tan Thuan Industrial Park in HCM City's District 7, to $205.6 million.
In addition, 26 FDI projects in the city were licensed for capital expansion of $175.3 million.
According to HEPZA, the city's EPZs and IPs in the first quarter mobilised a total investment of $144.5 million, up by 21.4 per cent compared with the same period last year.
That included FDI of $122.65 million, an increase of 57.35 per cent, and domestic investment of $21.83 million, down by 57.35 per cent compared to the same period in 2012.