Deputy Director General of New Hope Company Lam Khoa Dat highlighted the potentials of the province, such as possessing a favourable location, numerous land and tax incentives, and a large workforce.
Nguyen Thi Thu Trang from the China-funded Cam Lam Viet Nam JSC in Dai Lam Industrial Park in Lam Giang district complained about a lack of infrastructure and administrative procedures for foreign workers residing in the province.
Participants suggested Bac Giang upgrade the power grid and road infrastructure to help enterprises and simplify administrative procedures for foreign workers.
Areas should be zoned off for agricultural and industrial development, according to local enterprises.
Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Linh said the province has assigned management boards of local industrial parks to grant licenses for foreign workers.
A hotline, which can be reached at 19006118 and an email address ([email protected]) have been set-up as of August 1 to aid communication with local firms.
A provincial centre for public administration began operations in early September to support local investors, Linh said.
He also called on enterprises to cooperate with local vocational training institutions in training as well as job placement.
He expressed hope that they will use logistic services provided by the International Logistics Centre to be set up in Bac Giang city.
He urged local investors to work with the locality to protect the environment.
Bac Giang is home to 250 valid foreign direct investment (FDI) projects, with a total capital exceeding US$2.94 billion.
In the first half of this year, they earned VND22.58 trillion (US$1.01 billion) and exported up to US$1.12 billion worth of products, accounting for 71.9% and 80.1% of the province’s industrial production value, and export value, respectively.
They also contributed VND210 billion (US$9.45 million) to the State budget.
During the conference, the local leader presented a certificate of investment license to formally approve the construction of the International Logistics Centre on 71 hectares, worth nearly VND4.2 trillion (US$188.73 million).
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