Saigon Hi-Tech Park

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Saigon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) has become one of the ideal destinations for high-tech investors through the presence of the world's leading multinational technology corporations, such as Intel (US), Nidec (Japan), Sanofi (France), and Datalogic (Italy). 

HCMC accelerates support on worker housing projects

Most of the businesses that can maintain production activities during the prolonged strict social distancing mandate in Ho Chi Minh City last time are those that have provided shelters for migrant workers.

The drivers for record high trade surplus

Few people can realize that Vietnam has achieved a record high trade surplus amid the Covid-10 pandemic.

FDI enterprises in Vietnam preparing for life after pandemic

Foreign-invested enterprises in Vietnam have been maintaining production despite difficulties caused by the COVID-19 outbreak while preparing plans to recover after the pandemic ends.

More companies invest in robot production as demand rises

More Vietnamese businesses are investing in the robot manufacturing industry as demand for such products is growing rapidly in Viet Nam, experts have said.

 

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.

 

Science park to kick start HCM City innovation

Preparations are underway for the construction of the new HCM City Science and Technology Park, which is expected to become a catalyst for growth in the city's eastern innovation hub. Gia Loc reports.

FPT Company allowed to use self-driving car

 The Ministry of Transport has approved FPT Software Co Ltd’s proposal for a pilot programme to operate a self-driving car around Sai Gon Hi-tech Park.

Obstacles to promoting overseas Vietnamese intellectual resource

VietNamNet Bridge – Many overseas Vietnamese want to return and invest in Vietnam. However they have just received spiritual encouragement instead of specific assistances from the Government and faced volatile policies, information shortage,

HCM City to be a start-up hub: Deputy Prime Minister

 VietNamNet Bridge – With its favorable socio-economic conditions, HCM City should be a hub for start-ups, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said at a working session with city leaders last Friday.

HCM City's love affair with FDI to continue

 VietNamNet Bridge – In 2015 HCM City continued to lead Viet Nam in attracting foreign directed investment with inflows of US$4.5 billion. FDI projects have improved the city's socio-economic infrastructure and created a new facade for it.

Vietnam becoming tech firm hub

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Saigon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) recently issued an investment certificate to Malaysia's United More SDN Bhd for a US$21 million plant to manufacture high-precision plastic products for smart TVs.

Firms find skills hard to come by

Foreign companies in HCM City's industrial parks and technology zones are finding it increasingly difficult to find experienced professionals with foreign language skills as they await Viet Nam's signing of various trade deals

High-tech park contributes to HCM City economy

 VietNamNet Bridge – Thirteen years after it opened, the Sai Gon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) has achieved total sales of US$13.6 billion, including exports of $13.5 billion.

HCM City hi-tech park to open in 2016

 VietNamNet Bridge – Transimex–Saigon JSC began construction of a bonded warehouse and logistics centre on a 10ha area at the Sai Gon Hi-tech Park in HCM City on Wednesday.

BUSINESS IN BRIEF 13/2

Margin interest rates to stay steady; KPMG Limited became Mai Linh Group strategic advisor; SHTP welcomes new investors; TISCO to resume expansion project; HCM City commits to facilitating foreign investors

SHTP to attract $150 million in investment capital

 Saigon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) in Ho Chi Minh City plans to lure in $150 million in investment capital in 2015, 40 per cent of which will come from foreign direct investment (FDI) capital.

BUSINESS IN BRIEF 24/1

 FDI firms contribute more to export growth; Consortium seeks to build wastewater treatment plant; Online trading must pay taxes from Jan 20; Second-home segment bouncing back; Bank credit swells in two largest cities

HCM City funds infrastructure for Samsung project

 The government of HCMC is spending around VND1 trillion developing infrastructure and building facilities to support the implementation of Samsung’s US$1.4-billion electronics project at the Saigon Hi-Tech Park.

Saigon Hi-Tech Park records investment growth

 Ho Chi Minh City saw a record investment amount of nearly 1.9 billion USD registered across 10 projects in the Saigon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) in 2014.