Awarding the investment policy decision of the Prime Minister to investors. (Photo:

Deputy Prime Minister (PM) Trinh Dinh Dung also attended and directed the conference.

In his speech at the event, Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung said that the conference offers good opportunities for Quang Binh to continue to promote and introduce potential and advantages of policies to boost investment attraction to the province.

Quang Binh should give greater attention to administrative reform, as well as e-government and smart city building, thus creating a transparent and open business environment to lure more investors, he stressed.

He reminded investors and businesses to speed up disbursement of investment capital and focus more on environmental protection and corporate social responsibility.

Mr. Tran Thang, Chairman of Quang Binh provincial People’s Committee, said that through the event, the central locality wishes to show determination to accompany and work side by side with investors with specific commitments to improve the investment environment and increase the competitiveness of the province.

Many investors and major brands have already appeared in Quang Binh, such as: Vingroup, FLC Group, Hanoi Tourist, Saigon Tourist, SCG Group (Thailand), CP Group (Thailand), Linfox Group (Australia), Vietnam Electricity Group, and B&T Wind Power. They pour investment in the fields of trade centers, hotels, resorts, real estate, golf courses, agriculture, building materials, thermal power, energy and logistics.

At the conference, under the witness of Deputy PM Trinh Dinh Dung, the Quang Binh provincial People’s Committee presented certificates of investment registration to 15 projects of 12 investors with a total capital of more than 71.15 trillion VND.

In addition, the People’s Committee presented MOUs (Memorandum of Understanding) for 22 projects of 17 investors with a total capital of nearly VND70 trillion.

Quang Binh is calling for investment in 62 projects in agriculture, industry, energy, trade, tourism and infrastructure development in the 2021-23 period./.