Many businesspeople are pouring money into industrial real estate projects amid Vietnam’s macroeconomic stability and its position as a favorite destination for foreign investors.
Specialised industrial zones are getting the go-ahead in Vietnam, ushering in new activities from investors looking to get involved in increasingly modern ecological models and high-tech projects.
The HCM City Department of Industry and Trade has begun a programme called ‘Mobile price-stabilisation sales points’ at export processing zones and industrial parks to ensure workers there can buy safe foods at fair prices.
Investors are calling for significant improvements to the operations of management boards of Vietnamese industrial zones to accelerate administrative procedures and better meet the tremendous appetite for investment.
Bac Giang provincial authorities aim to have 120,000 workers return to work in Industrial Zones by October 2021.
Six plants with nearly 3,000 workers in industrial parks in Binh Tan, Binh Chanh and Cu Chi districts in HCM City have been locked down after several workers tested positive for coronavirus,
Workers, especially in industrial zones, are encountering dual challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic: keeping their job in uncertain times while continuing to demand that their rights and entitlements remain protected,
The demand for industrial property at coastal regions is high, but the supply of industrial land ready to hand over in industrial zones in both regions was scarce.
Instead of projects with a small scale, realtors are now developing large projects in areas away from the city center.
Hon Hai Technology Group (Foxconn) has proposed the Government to allow enterprises in industrial zones (IZs) to purchase or lease-purchase social housing units for their workers.
HCM City aims to have 1,000 MWp of rooftop solar power capacity installed by 2024 in its industrial parks, export processing zones and high-tech parks, up from 700MWp now.