Dutch investors seek opportunities in Binh Dinh

On 3 and 4 November, a Dutch business belegation headed by Mr. Daniël Stork - the Consul General at the Consulate General of the Netherlands in Ho Chi Minh City, and the Dutch Bussiness Association Vietnam (DBAV), represented by Guido van Rooy - Executive Director of DBAV, completed a domestic mission towards Binh Dinh Province.

The event was organized through a collaboration between the Dutch Business Association Vietnam, Royal Dutch Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City, the Provincial People’s Committee of Binh Dinh Province, and the Becamex VSIP Binh Dinh. During the trip, the participants witnessed the investment opportunities that Binh Dinh and Becamex VSIP Binh Dinh has to offer.


The delegation took a commemorative photo in front of the Binh Dinh Provincial Convention Center

The mission is an opportunity for Binh Dinh province to introduce and promote their industrial parks, universities and vocational schools, investment promotion policies, and favorable conditions for investment promotion in order to attract many more important, diverse, and influential projects to the province.

Already some Dutch FDI and Dutch-related companies have set their footprints in Binh Dinh, thanks to the Local Authorities who have offered favorable conditions for the investors and helped them set up and do their business here. De Heus, a Dutch multinational agricultural enterprise, has already built and operating actively with 2 factories here in the province.


The delegation visited the waste water treatment plant at the Becamex VSIP Binh Dinh Industrial Park.

The Dutch businesses and leaders of the Departments of Binh Dinh had in-depth discussions about the favorable opportunity Binh Dinh Province could bring to the investors and, at the same time, fostering intimate relationships between Vietnameses and the Dutch.

The People's Committee of Binh Dinh province, Becamex Binh Dinh, and the Dutch Business Association in Vietnam on November 4 had an intensive roundtable discussion around the topic "Sustainable development and construction of a seaport and logistics system".

During the roundtable’s two sessions, the Netherlands Consul General Mr. Daniël Stork led the Dutch Business Delegation, which includes representatives from Royal Haskoning Vietnam, Witeveen+Bos, Damen, and Except Integrated Sustainability to share about their projects, which provided a variety of knowledge on seaport development, ship technology, environment, and urban planning toward the sustainable development.

(Source: dbav)

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