At the reception (Source: VNA)

The Deputy PM said Vietnam wants to attract capable and experienced investors to power generation projects, adding that many Korean investors operating in the field have reaped considerable successes in the country.

He asked KOSPO to work closely with the Ministry of Industry and Trade and relevant units to choose business models best suited to their capacity and the Vietnamese market’s conditions to submit to authorities for approval.

Yoon, for his part, said with more than 40 years of experience and one of the five largest power providers in the Republic of Korea, KOSPO expects to cooperate with Vietnamese enterprises to develop power projects.

As one of the leading thermal and wind electric utilities in the RoK, KOSPO was established in February 2001 after being split from the Korea Electric Power Corporation./.

CPV/VNA