Among these projects is a 55.3million USD maritime tourism complex, developed by An Giang Dragon Ha TinhCo; a 54 million USD hotel and trade centre complex, financed by Viet TrungInvestment Co; and another eco-tourism project, valued at 13.4 million.
So far, the province ishome to 740 projects, including 671 domestic projects capitalised at 4.39billion USD and 69 others were financed by foreign investors from 15 countriesand territories with capital totaling more than 11.63 billion USD.
Japan, the Republic ofKorea, Brunei and Australia, as well as the US, Thailand, Philippinesand Laos, along with Singapore, Taiwan and HongKong, are the province’s leading sources of foreign investment.
Under this year’sinvestment promotion programme, the province plans to lure potential investorsfrom Japan, the Republic of Korea and Germany with the helpof those currently investing in the province.
The province is calling forinvestment in hi-tech farming, support industries, tourism and services, aswell as high-quality personnel training projects and waste and wastewater treatmentprojects.
The Thien Cam and XuanThanh tourism sites and Ke Go Lake eco-tourism spot are also seeking foreigninvestment.
To attract more investors,the province will continue to speed up administrative reform, perfectinfrastructure facilities, accelerate land clearance and foster investmentpromotion activities.
Provincial authorities willalso hold dialogues with entrepreneurs and investors in the locality to getrecommendations and help resolve problems.-VNA