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Quang Chau

Bac Giang expands industrial parks

Business

Bac Giang expands industrial parks

The northern province of Bac Giang will plan the development of new industrial parks in the locality from 2020 – 2030, according to Tran Vu Thong, Vice Head of the province’s IP management board.

Thanh Hoa’s Sam Son town becomes city

Society

Thanh Hoa’s Sam Son town becomes city

Sam Son town was promoted to a city in the north central coastal province of Thanh Hoa at the ongoing ninth session of the 14th National Assembly Standing Committee in Hanoi on April 19.

Over 100 FDI projects in Bac Giang industrial zones

Business

Over 100 FDI projects in Bac Giang industrial zones

Twenty-one foreign direct investment (FDI) projects have been granted licences by the management board of industrial zones (IZs) in the north-east province of Bac Giang since the beginning of 2014, with a total capital of close to 193 million USD.

Touchscreen maker hikes investment

Business

Touchscreen maker hikes investment

Wintek Vietnam, an affiliate of Taiwan's Wintek Group, will increase its investment in the second phase of its touchscreen production facility in Bac Giang province's Quang Chau Industrial Zone from 250 million USD to over 1.1 billion USD.

Telecom products attract foreign investors

Business

Telecom products attract foreign investors

The implementation of a series of projects in telecommunications production in the first months of 2011 showed that Vietnam’s high-tech sector continued to draw foreign investors.

By the end of March, Wintek Vietnam Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Taiwan’s Wintek Corp. was officially granted a licence to build a 250 million USD plant to produce touch screens for iPhone and iPad in Quang Chau economic zone in the northern province of Bac Giang.

North prepares for drought

Environment

North prepares for drought

The water level of the Hong (Red) River, the country’s second biggest river has reached its lowest recorded level for a century, leaving more than 200 vessels stranded and threatening farming production, warned authorities.