Hong Kong’s steel, solar power projects seek approval in Hau Giang

13:25 | 03/02/2018 Energy

The People’s Committee of Hau Giang had a working session with Hong Kong-based Dragon Joy International Engineering Company on January 9 to discuss the firm’s two projects which are seeking permission in the Mekong Delta province.

Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Planning and Investment Nguyen Van Tuan (R) discusses with representatives of DJ - Photo: baohaugiang

The projects include a steel mill with a designed capacity of 150,000 – 200,000 tonnes per year and a 1.1 trillion VND (US$4.8 million) solar project capable of producing 66,000 MW annually.

At the event, Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Planning and Investment Nguyen Van Tuan informed the company about local incentives to attract investment in terms of taxation and land lease as well as the list of priority areas.

In Hau Giang, agriculture is the largest contributor of the economy while the industry is developing, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Tuan said.

Hau Giang is looking for more investment and will create all possible conditions for investors to implement their projects in the province, he noted, adding that it wants the development of the local industry to have little impact on the environment.

Dragon Joy International Engineering, based in Hong Kong (China), has nine subsidies and seven joint ventures operating in the fields of real estate, finance, industry and foreign trade.

Theo VNA