Vice Chairman of Vinh Phuc Provincial People’s Committee Vu Chi Giang recently held a working meeting with Mr. Kuo Tung Ling, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Katian Capital Partners of Taiwan, who expressed interest in investing in the province. Officials from various provincial agencies also attended the meeting.
Vice Chairman of Vinh Phuc Provincial People's Committee Vu Chi Giang at a working session with the leader of Katina Capital Partners Company, Taiwan
At the meeting, Mr. Giang said that Vinh Phuc has many advantages in connectivity, investment and business. Currently, the province has 19 industrial zones approved by the Prime Minister, of which 16 operational IZs have attracted nearly 470 FDI projects from 20 countries and territories, with many successful projects invested by Taiwanese investors. In addition, the province has applied many specific and practical solutions to accommodate investors’ needs and become the industrial development hub in the north of Vietnam.
Mr. Kuo Tung Ling thanked the province’s leaders for the warm reception and said that Katian Capital Partners is a financial and investment enterprise with 20 years of experience in Southeast Asia, headquartered in Taiwan and Vietnam. The company’s fund is focusing on such industries as consumer goods, financial services, industrial production, real estate, commodities and energy. The company hopes to receive the province’s support in investing in building and leasing industrial factories to tenants in industrial zones in the province.
Mr. Giang affirmed that the cooperation with Katian Capital Partners in building factories for rent is an important aspect for Vinh Phuc province to boost industrial development and hoped that the company will invest in building factories to meet various preferences of secondary investors and select customers toward a modern green and sustainable industry.
He also assigned the Vinh Phuc Industrial Zones Management Board to work out a detailed plan with Katian Capital Partners and report it to the Provincial People’s Committee for further actions.
By Manh Dung, Vietnam Business Forum