On the morning of December 23, Binh Dinh Province hosted a ceremonial unveiling of its comprehensive planning for the years 2021-2030, projecting a visionary outlook extending to 2050.
According to the provincial planning of Binh Dinh for the period 2021 – 2030, with a vision to 2050, the province aims to achieve the goal of becoming a developed province, leading the North Central and Central Coastal regions. Positioned as a central hub for processing, manufacturing, services, tourism, and culture in the southern part of the region, Binh Dinh aspires to be a major center nationwide for the development of the marine economy. It also strives to be a focal point for national and international tourism by the year 2030, supported by a comprehensive and modern economic infrastructure system.
The province’s economy will undergo rapid, sustainable, and environmentally friendly development, driven by the key pillars of industrial growth, tourism services, seaports-logistics, high-tech agriculture, and urbanization.
During the conference, Binh Dinh province granted 22 decisions approving investment policies and signed 23 memoranda of understanding. Notably, approval was given for the investment policy of three projects within the Becamex Binh Dinh Industrial Park, covering a combined area of 28.9 hectares and attracting a total investment capital exceeding 1,000 billion dong. Specifically:
1. The Han Hwang IND Co., LTD automobile parts and accessories production project, spanning 3 hectares, has been approved with a total investment capital of 120 billion dong.
2. The export furniture production project by Wesbrook HongKong Limited, covering an area of 4.7 hectares, has received approval with a total investment capital of 186 billion dong.
3. The production project of wood, metal, rattan, and cushion products for indoor and outdoor use by VidaXL Group B.V, spanning 21.2 hectares, has been endorsed with a total investment capital of 763.5 billion dong.
Furthermore, the Becamex Binh Dinh Industrial Park entered into memoranda of understanding with 5 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) enterprises, collectively covering an area of 21 hectares in the fields of pharmaceutical production, mechanical equipment production, and metal details, among others.