Dong Nai calls for Korean investment into green growth

The southern province Dong Nai introduced its investment projects and incentives to the Republic of Korea (RoK)’s firms at a workshop in Seoul on April 25.

The workshop on collaboration in green growth projects between Korean enterprises and Dong Nai was co-organized by the province, the Vietnamese Embassy in the RoK, and many partners, with the participation of about 50 Korean businesses interested in green growth.

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Delegates at the workshop. (Photo: VNA).

Addressing the event, Ambassador Vu Ho said the event offers an opportunity for Dong Nai and Korean businesses to exchange experience in researching and developing emission reduction technologies and green transition projects.

Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Nguyen Hong Linh briefed participants on Dong Nai’s economic situation, saying it is home to more than 53,000 operational enterprises with more than 1,600 FDI projects, of them 421 by Korean investors.

The locality is pursuing the goal of green and sustainable development as reflected in its master plan for 2021-2030 with a vision towards 2050 which sets the target of cutting emissions to net zero by 2050.

On this occasion, Korean businesses shared their experiences in sustainable development and engaged in business-to-business meetings with Vietnamese enterprises.

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(Source: VNA)