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Quang Ngai considers discontinuing VND8-trillion eco-tourism project
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Quang Ngai considers discontinuing VND8-trillion eco-tourism project

The Saigon Times

A view of the Thien Dang eco-tourism area project in Quang Ngai Province. The Quang Ngai government is considering scrapping the eco-tourist area project – PHOTO: NLDO

HCMC – The Quang Ngai government is considering scrapping the Thien Dang eco-tourist area project with a total cost of VND8 trillion due to long delays in execution.

The Management Board of Dung Quat Economic Zone and Quang Ngai Industrial Parks granted a license to Thien Dang Company as the investor of the project, which merged into the Nam Quang Nam Development Investment JSC in 2004.

The project has gone inactive for 16 years with nine extensions but has failed to meet the progress requirements, said Dang Van Minh, chairman of Quang Ngai Province.

This has proved that the investor is incapable of implementing the project, so it is necessary to stop it, Nguoi Lao Dong Online reported, citing Minh.

After the first phase of the project had been completed, the Thien Dang eco-tourism area project was put into operation in the short run and was then abandoned, according to the management.

Despite the abandonment of the project for many years, the investor has repeatedly applied for extensions.

After listening to the report of the board, many relevant departments and agencies reached a consensus to revoke the license of the eco-tourism area project.

To put an end to the project, the chairman of Quang Ngai Province assigned the provincial Department of Planning and Investment to collaborate with the management board and other relevant agencies to inspect the investment progress of the project and report the result to the provincial government. The province will handle the problem in line with the regulations in the Investment Law by the end of the year.

The Thien Dang eco-tourism area project is developed on an area of some 200 hectares in Binh Thanh Commune in Binh Son District.

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