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HCM City will focus on helping businesses invest in the Saigon Hi-tech Park in Thu Duc City by addressing slow administrative procedures, a conference on facilitating investment heard on June 27.

Vietnam to have 500 high-tech manufacturers by 2030

The national high-tech development program focuses primarily on assisting local enterprises to master high technologies.

Vietnam shifts from outsourcing to making its own products

With a focus on becoming the best place for technology firms, the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) said Vietnam will shift from doing outsourcing to making its own products.

Construction on biggest data centre in Vietnam starts

Construction on the country's the largest data centre, owned by FPT Telecom, officially started at the Hi-Tech Park in HCM City on Monday.

Barriers keep foreign investors away from Vietnam’s high-tech parks

Experts suggest that to increase the attractiveness of the high-tech parks, together with effective special incentives, the high-tech parks should have a dynamic working environment, and modern and synchronous infrastructure.

HCM City localizes production of devices for smart urban areas

Sensors that serve the building of smart urban areas are being developed at HCMC Hi-tech Park.

HCM City to develop second hi-tech park

The HCMC authority has proposed the central Government approve construction of a hi-tech park, the second of its kind in the city, covering some 195 hectares in District 9.


HCMC offers great investment opportunities in sensor market

HCMC authorities have called on enterprises to invest in projects to develop microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and sensors, and have committed to create the most favorable conditions and incentives for investors.

Does Intel serve as a magnet to attract hi-tech FIEs?

IPV factory, located in HCMC Hi-tech Park, makes up a high proportion of Vietnam’s total export value. It is an important link for Intel to implement its development plan in the Internet of Things (IoT) era.

HCM City wage hike aims to attract more scientists

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City plans to attract more scientists with a new policy raising scientists' State-paid wages to VND150 million (US$7,140) per month.

FDI adds little to State budget

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign-invested enterprises contribute less than the State sector, deputy director of the Viet Nam Institute of Economics Nguyen Chien Thang told the newspaper Hai quan (Customs).

Samsung invests over US$1 billion in HCM City factory

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ho Chi Minh City has approved the application by the Republic of Korean Samsung Group to construct a US$1 billion electronics manufacturing facility at the city’s Hi-Tech Park.

Technology investment works wonders in HCM City

 VietNamNet Bridge – The economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City has long been a centre for the development of science and technology in Vietnam, and the effective investment in the field has significantly contributed to speeding up the modernisation


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Quang Ninh wants $2bn high-tech park

 VietNamNet Bridge – Northeastern Quang Ninh Province's People's Committee has decided to set up a steering board to accelerate investment procedures for a US$2 billion hi-tech park and urban township.


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HCM City seeks capital for hi-tech park

HCMC’s government on Tuesday told Saigon Hi-Tech Park management board to mobilize private capital sources and loans for the second phase of the park instead of using the State budget only.


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