Le Mont successfully organized an investment connection event with a delegation of Chinese electronics enterprises on March 26. This was an opportunity for businesses to exchange and cooperate in investing in Thai Nguyen and the Le Mont-Xuan Phuong industrial cluster.
The event attracted nearly 100 guests, including Mr. Chu Van Khanh, Director of the Provincial Investment Promotion and Consultancy Center of Thai Nguyen, Mr. Bui Van Thanh, Head of the Arbitration Department at the International Arbitration Center, and Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tung, Representative of Vietinbank.
The Chinese delegation included leaders from more than 30 companies in the electronics and technology industries who are interested in exploring investment environments and surveying the construction of factories and workshops in Vietnam.
In recent years, Thai Nguyen has become an attractive investment destination for domestic and international investors with over 170 FDI projects with a total capital of over 10 billion US dollars. Especially, the number of Chinese, Hong Kong, and Taiwanese enterprises coming to Thai Nguyen has increased sharply in the past 3 years, mainly focusing on solar energy, electronics, and supporting industries. Among them, large corporations such as DBG, Trina Solar, Sunny Opotech, and many other companies are worth mentioning.
During the event, Le Mont introduced the Le Mont-Xuan Phuong industrial cluster in Phu Binh district, Thai Nguyen, which is considered as one of the promising destinations for investors. The industrial cluster is built to international standards, modern, and has a convenient location with access to abundant local labor and accompanying living and working facilities. Le Mont is also ready to support investors with legal procedures, customs, company establishment, recruitment, etc. when investing in Vietnam.
The event was held in a solemn and warm atmosphere and received positive feedback from the Chinese enterprises. Investors also had an overview of the investment environment in Thai Nguyen and Le Mont, opening up prospects for cooperation between the parties in the future.