PROVINCIAL LEADERS VISIT AND WORK WITH SUNWAH GROUP (CHINA)
On October 10th, Binh Duong provincial delegation led by Nguyen Van Loi, Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Head of the Provincial National Assembly delegation, visited and worked with Sunwah Group in Guangzhou City, Guangdong province (China). Jason Choi, member of the Board of Directors, General Director of the Guangdong – Hong Kong – Macau Greater Bay Area and Southwest China region, received the delegation.
At the meeting, Jason said that Guangzhou businesses realize that Binh Duong is currently developing strongly and really want to promote cooperation, especially in fields of processing, manufacturing, logistics, science and technology… Sunwah Group hopes to introduce and guide many business delegations to Binh Duong province in the coming time.
Provincial Party Secretary Nguyen Van Loi said that Binh Duong has an advantageous geographical location near seaports, airports, logistics centers, is the industrial capital of the country, and has green, circulatory industrial parks. Binh Duong currently has 29 industrial parks, total area of 12,600 hectares, occupancy rate of 91%. The province is currently planning 15 more industrial parks, with a total area of 10,200 hectares, which will meet the demands for attracting and arranging investment projects. Expressing his joy that Becamex IDC has a cooperative relationship with Sunwah Group, the Provincial Party Secretary hoped that Becamex and Sunwah Group would develop specific cooperation in the near future. Hopefully, at the earliest possible time, Sunwah Group will explore investment cooperation opportunities in Binh Duong province, especially in advantageous sectors of the group, contributing to strengthening cooperation between Binh Duong Province and Guangzhou City (China).
Sunwah is a multi-sectoral corporation headquartered in Hong Kong. In Vietnam, Sunwah Group is investing in seafood and food, real estate, financial services, coffee, agricultural products, dry food and innovation.
Source: Binh Duong News