Japanese businessmen visit industrial zones and seaports of Hai Phong
Morning 07 October 2011, Chairman of Hai Phong People’s Committee, Mr. Duong Anh Dien, has received Mr. Shigetaka Sato, Chairman of OSAKA Chamber of Commerce and Industry and a number of accompanying Japanese businessmen during their visit to industrial zones and seaports of Hai Phong to explore investment opportunities. 
Hai Phong Chairman of People’s Committee Dương Anh Điền receives Mr. Shigetaka Sato, Chairman of OSAKA Chamber of Commerce and Industry during his visit to Hai Phong City

Chairman Duong Anh Dien introduces to the guests key characteristics of Hai Phong city, its socio-economic development. Mr Dien also shares with Japanese businessmen investment opportunities and potentials of Hai Phong as well as the city’s policy to encourage foreign investment, including investment from Japan. Hai Phong is now decisively upgrading its infrastructure such as road, sea, air and rail communications to meet its own development demands and demands of the investors. In the future, Hai Phong plans to become not only a key sea gate of Vietnam, but also a key air gate of the country to the world by development of Cat Bi and Tien Lang Airports. Hai Phong also wants to develop urban railway and bus networks to overcome its existing disadvantages in urban transportation. The city plans to accelerate cooperation with Japan in occupational training, building of infrastructure, industrial zones, etc. According to the development plan, the city will devote the whole Trang Cat industrial zone to Japanese investors and asks Japanese government to assist the development of this zone by provision of ODA fund.
Mr. Shigetaka Sato extended his thanks to Chairman Duong Anh Dien for the warm welcome and promised to convey Hai Phong determination to Japanese investors, especially those operating in OSAKA area. Japanese businessmen had paid their attention to the quality of human resource and the development of Lach Huyen international seaport.

Before the meeting, Japanese delegation had visited some industrial zones of the city.

(Source: http://doanhnghiephaiphong.vn)
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