Phu Yen remains open door to investors

  With diversified terrain, the central coastal province of Phu Yen has favourable conditions to develop farm produce. In light of agricultural restructuring, the province has developed specialised farming zones planting sugarcane, cassava, rubber and pepper, along with building processing factories, in a bid to create a supply chain raising products’ values. In 2001, Indian-invested KCP Vietnam Company Ltd. built a 42 million USD factory in the mountainous district of Son Hoa, with daily capacity of 2,500 tonnes of sugar. To date, the company has built one more factory in Đồng Xuân district, helping raise total capacity to 10,000 tonnes per day. Subbaiah – General Director KCP Vietnam Company Ltd., We have been facilitated while investing in Phu Yen. We have worked with more than 10,000 local households. Thanks to fine relations with local workers and authorities, we have raised capacity by four times. Tourism is another of Phu Yen’s spearhead sectors. With a long coastline of nearly 200 km and an ocean of landscapes such as Ganh Da Dia (the cliff of Stone Plates), Ô Loan lagoon, Xuân Đài Bay, the province holds huge potential for developing sea and resort bio-tourism. The primitiveness and plentiful tourist products have turned Phu Yen into an attractive destination. In 2017, the number of tourists to the locality reached 1.4 million, helping earn more than 522,000 USD. Secretary of Phu Yen Provincial Party Committee via Chairman of Phu Yen People’s Committee, Huynh Tan Viet  said “We hope that investors will pay more attention to… [Read full story]


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