Phu Yen welcomes US potential businesses

Wednesday, 06/07/2022 09:37
Phu Yen Province is committed to creating the most favourable conditions for US investors to study and conduct feasibility studies to be able to conduct investment projects in the near future.
 
Leaders of Phu Yen Province receive the visiting US Ambassador. (Photo: baodautu.vn) 

That is the message shared by Secretary of Phu Yen Provincial Party Committee Pham Dai Duong with Mr. Marc E. Knapper, US Ambassador to Vietnam on the occasion of his visit to attend activities of the Pacific Partnership Program - PP22.

On July 4, greeting key leaders of Phu Yen Province, US Ambassador to Vietnam Marc E. Knapper expressed his impression of the country and people of Phu Yen.

He said that he has come to Phu Yen for many days to participate in PP22 program activities and is always greeted with warm affection from the people and local authorities. With 4 main groups of activities in construction, health care, disaster prevention and community exchange, PP22 has promoted relations between the people of the two countries.

Regarding the development strategy of Phu Yen Province, the US Ambassador was particularly impressed and agreed with the orientation calling for investment projects associated with the use of environmentally friendly renewable energy.

According to Secretary of the Phu Yen Provincial Party Committee Pham Dai Duong, there are a number of US-invested projects in this province, operating in the fields of afforestation for raw materials, production of essential oils, electronic components and industrial glass for export.

However, this initial result is still very modest compared to the potential of the US as well as the development needs of Phu Yen Province. Therefore, the province wishes the Ambassador to continue to introduce potential US businesses and investors to invest in Phu Yen, meeting the interests of both sides.

"Phu Yen province is committed to creating all the most favourable conditions for US investors to study and conduct feasibility studies to be able to conduct investment projects in the near future," said Mr. Duong.

Previously, on July 3, Program PP22, took place in Phu Yen Province with the participation of Australia, Japan, the UK and the US.

The PP22 team performed 23 medical procedures and examined 650 patients on the hospital ship USNS Mercy, performed by American, Australian, Japanese, and Vietnamese doctors and nurses.

In addition, 10 performances of the band with musicians from 4 countries attracted 6,700 spectators. 115 professional exchange sessions were also held. The PP22 has successfully implemented a wide range of humanitarian activities and projects, benefiting the local community in Phu Yen./.

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