The headquarters building of Kocham in Binh Duong Province (Photo: VNA)
 Binh Duong (VNA) - The Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kocham) in Binh Duong inaugurated its headquarters building in the southern province on March 17.

Covering an area of 1,500 metre square, the eight-storey building is built by the Binh Duong Kocham Ltd Co (established by Kocham of Binh Duong branch) with a total investment of 2 million USD. 

It provides not only office space for businesses from the Republic of Korea (RoK) operating in Binh Duong province but also a venue for cultural activities of RoK nationals working and residing in the locality.

Lee Kwi Jong, Vice Chairman of Kocham Binh Duong said the province has launched many policies to improve the local investment environment and develop infrastructure, thus attracting the interest of RoK firms.

He said the new headquarters will contribute to luring more investment from RoK to the province.

To date, the RoK is the third largest foreign investor in Binh Duong with 570 projects with total investment of more than 2.25 billion USD. –VNA