Director of the provincial Industrial Zones Authority Tran Xuan Duong said the province prioritises advanced technology and environmentally-friendly projects with minimal energy consumption.
The province will bolster information and delegation exchanges regularly with representatives from investment promotion organisations such as the Foreign Investment Agency, the Investment Promotion Centre-North Vietnam, JETRO-Japan and KOTRA-the Republic of Korea, he added.
The authorities will keep a close watch on project implementation in order to timely address any arising problems, and administrative procedure reform will also be strengthened in a bid to create the best possible conditions for investors.
In 2015, industrial parks in the province attracted 39 projects, 28 of which were invested in by foreign investors with a combined registered investment of $391 million.
To date, local industrial parks are home to 230 active investment projects. Of this figure, 131 were FDI. They have a total registered investment capital of $1.3 billion.
Meanwhile, 99 domestic direct investment projects have a total registered capital of nearly VND10 trillion ($455 million).
Currently, the province has eight industrial parks that cover an area of 2,000ha. The industrial park Dong Van III, which is under construction and geared towards the supporting industry, will apply its own mechanisms and policies. The locality has approved the plans of 18 industrial clusters, spread across an area of nearly 500ha.