Five out of six new and expanded industrial parks in Bac Giang submitted to PM’s approval for investment policy in October

Update: 15:41 | 28/09/2021

(BGO) – According to the provincial Industrial Park Management Board (IPMB), Bac Giang province now has six industrial parks approved by the PM for the investment policy, namely Dinh Tram, Van Trung, Quang Chau, Vietnam – Korea (Viet Yen district), Hoa Phu (Hiep Hoa district), Song Khe – Noi Hoang (Yen Dung district and Bac Giang city).

Besides, the province has three industrial parks with expansion plan on available area to serve the demand of industrial development in the upcoming time, including Hoa Phu (expanding 85 ha), Quang Chau (90 ha), Vietnam – Korea (148 ha) and three newly planned industrial parks of Tan Hung (105 ha in Lang Giang district), Yen Lu (377 ha in Yen Dung district) and Yen Son – Bac Lung (300 ha in Luc Nam district).

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As plan, Quang Chau industrial park is expanded 90 ha more.

To facilitate the investors in early completion of infrastructure to lure more sub-investors at Hoa Phu and Vietnam – Korea industrial parks, the People’s Committee in Hiep Hoa and Viet Yen districts have joined hands with the investors to clear the site of the remaining area as the schedule.

The provincial People’s Committee approved for the construction zoning off plan for the new and expanded industrial parks. Basing on the document submitted by the province, eight out of eight ministries and sectors commented to complete the document then report and wait for PM’s approval for the investment policy in upcoming October.

Moreover, seven out of eight ministries and sectors gave opinion on the documents of Quang Chau and Hoa Phu industrial parks which will be completed to report to PM for approval for the investment policy in this October.

Recently, the provincial IPMB has directed the investors in Yen Son – Bac Lung industrial park to keep the progress, promptly complete the document as commented by the ministries and sectors so as to send back to the Ministry of Planning and Investment for more verification, submit and wait for PM’s approval for the investment policy in October 2021.

 

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