RoK firms study Ha Nam’s investment environment

A working delegation from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Seongbuk district, Seoul city of the Republic of Korea (RoK), visited and held a session with People’s Committee of northern Ha Nam province to learn about its investment environment.
RoK firms learn about Ha Nam’s investment environment
Vice Chairman of Ha Nam People’s Committee Tran Xuan Duong speaks at the event (Photo: VNA)

Heo Jae-kap, Chairman of the Chamber, said the delegation is accompanied by 20 firms operating in apparel, pharmaceuticals, food processing, sale and information technology who are interested in investing in Vietnam, including Ha Nam which offers incentives to businesses.

Speaking highly of Ha Nam’s investment environment, especially its delivery on 10 commitments to investors over the past years, enterprises raised questions related to the supply of human resources, salary for workers, effective business sectors and incentives for foreign enterprises.

Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Tran Xuan Duong affirmed that Ha Nam always partners and offers all possible support to foreign enterprises, especially those from the RoK.

At present, the province is home to nearly 200 Korean firms, he said, adding that it considers the RoK an important and trustworthy strategic partner.

In order to improve investment environment, Ha Nam province has been developing commercial and service sectors, expanding industrial parks, improving the quality of services in industrial parks, and paying attention to training and introducing high-quality human resources to meet the needs of businesses, he said.

According to him, about 40% of secondary school students will switch to vocational training each year. More trainees will be sent to the RoK for training to serve Korean firms when they return. The province also heed attracting quality workforce from nearby localities.

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(Source: VNA)