In the framework of the 14th Meet Vietnam programme, Le said that the initial investment for the 15.6-hectare park will focus on software development sector while additional capital will be poured into developing an innovative and technology transfer centre.
The province granted a licence to the project, he said, hoping that the construction of the park will be completed by 2019.
TMA eyes to attract 2,000 labourers in 15 years, with priority given to local students, he said, adding that TMA has joined hands with various universities to prepare human resources for the project.
Last year, TMA Solutions and Binh Dinh province inked an agreement on software development cooperation. In January 2018, the company got the locality’s nod to survey and set up the TMA Binh Dinh IT Park project in Quy Nhon city.
TMA Solutions was established in 1997 to provide quality software outsourcing services to leading companies worldwide. It is one of the largest software outsourcing companies in Vietnam with 2,000 engineers.
The 14th Meet Vietnam programme attracted 55 foreign scientists and other delegates, including two Nobel laureates in physics and economics, popularising the image of Vietnam and its people to international friends. Over the past 25 years, Meet Vietnam, initiated by Professor Tran Thanh Van and his spouse Le Kim Ngoc, has attracted thousands of well-known scientists, including Nobel, Fields and Kavil laureates.-VNA