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Binh Thuan calls for investment in tourism, agriculture and energy
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Binh Thuan calls for investment in tourism, agriculture and energy

Van Nam

The Ke Ga lighthouse in Binh Thuan Province is seen in the background. Binh Thuan Province will hold a conference this Wednesday to call for investors to develop high-end tourism, high-tech agriculture and clean energy projects - PHOTO: VAN NAM

HCMC - Binh Thuan Province will hold a conference this Wednesday to call for investors to develop high-end tourism, high-tech agriculture and clean energy projects.

At the conference, provincial authorities will present investment certificates to 14 projects and sign memorandums of understanding on 20 other projects.

According to a list of priority projects prepared by the Department of Planning and Investment of Binh Thuan, there will be nine tourism, service and infrastructure projects; 31 industrial manufacturing projects; and seven others in the agro-forestry-fishery sector. These projects will be developed between now and 2030.

The tourism sector will have a 310-hectare hot spring resort worth US$50 million, a lake tourist site and an express boat service between Phan Thiet City and Phu Quy Island.

In industry, there will be a number of large projects such as algae and seaweed processing factories, a dragon fruit heat treatment facility, a brewery, a fishing net and equipment factory, a gas-fired power station, and solar power plants.

Binh Thuan is located on the south-central coast with a 192-km coastline, adjacent to the southern key economic zone, and nearly 200 kilometers from HCMC. It is known for beautiful beaches and sand dunes.

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