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Amata to launch three projects in Dong Nai
Date: 1/15/2015 1:22:40 PM
Thai industrial city developer Amata will invest in three new high-tech industrial park and urban development projects in the southern Dong Nai province, news website dddn.com.vn reported on January 13.

 

A view of Amata Bien Hoa City Industrial Park in the southern province of Dong Nai. - Photo dddn.com.vn

 

Amata Viet Nam Public Limited will be the investor of a 753ha urban development project in the province’s Tam An commune in Long Thanh district.

Meanwhile, a high-tech industrial park project and an urban development project, spreading over 410 hectares and 122 hectares respectively, will be developed by Amata’s affiliates in Tam An and An Phuoc communes in Long Thanh district.

Dong Nai’s People’s Committee has established a steering committee to help the investors in getting land clearance and giving compensation. The investors are now working with the Long Thanh’s People’s Committee to measure the land and hire consultants to develop planning documents for the three projects.

Amata also plans to develop a large-scale high-tech industrial park in the northern Quang Ninh province and a township complex in the southern Binh Dinh province.

In September 2014, Amata signed an agreement with the Dong Nai People’s Committee to implement a USD$530-million high-tech industrial zone and urban development project in Long Thanh district.

Amata also plans to develop a large-scale high-tech industrial park in Quang Ninh and a township complex in Binh Dinh, following the successful operation of its first Amata City Bien Hoa industrial park in Viet Nam, which houses multinational corporations and employs 33,000 workers.

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