Hepza stops new registration of three-on-site production model

Hepza stops new registration of three-on-site production model

The Ho Chi Minh City Export Processing and Industrial Zones Authority (Hepza), on August 21, issued an urgent document No.2428 on strengthening some measures to prevent and control the pandemic in export processing zones and industrial parks in the city.
HCMC People's Committee Vice Chairman Duong Anh Duc (R) inspects the Covid-19 vaccination at the Nam Anh Production and Trade Company in the Tan Tao Industrial Zone in Binh Tan District. (Photo: SGGP)

“Three on the spot” businesses asked to quickly implement Covid-19 vaccination

Speaking at the inspection of epidemic prevention and control activities at the businesses that have implemented "three on the spot" work arrangement to ensure social distancing and safe production in Binh Tan and Binh Chanh districts on August 1, HCMC People's Committee Vice Chairman Duong Anh Duc asked the Export Processing zone and Industrial Park Authority (HEPZA) and districts’ local authorities to work with enterprises to vaccinate their staff in August.
Enterprises cease operations as they fail to meet Covid-19 safety protocols

Enterprises cease operations as they fail to meet Covid-19 safety protocols

By the afternoon of July 13, Ho Chi Minh City has 15 out of 16 export processing zones and industrial parks (EPZs-IZs) and the Saigon High-Tech Park (SHTP) hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. Many enterprises have had to suspend production activities, affecting the guarantee of delivery time, especially export orders.
Many businesses in Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone have to stop their operation

Thu Duc City asks all businesses with F0 to cease their operation

The People’s Committee of Thu Duc City (in Ho Chi Minh City) yesterday released a formal document to all enterprises here regarding their operation during the time applying Directive 16 of the Prime Minister about Covid-19 prevention and control.

HCMC asks removal of three pending industrial parks to create clean land fund

HCMC asks removal of three pending industrial parks to create clean land fund

To welcome the investment wave, attract projects of supporting industry, high-tech industry, and industry with large supply chains in the region, maintain the role of the economic locomotive of the whole country, the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has just proposed the Government to allow the removal of three industrial parks (IPs), comprising Bau Dung and Phuoc Hiep in Cu Chi District, and Xuan Thoi Thuong in Hoc Mon District. The city proposed to replace them with Pham Van Hai Industrial Park in Binh Chanh District, with a total area of 668 hectares.
Improving investment environment: removing barriers, creating equality

Improving investment environment: removing barriers, creating equality

The total foreign investment capital in Vietnam in the first three months of this year was US$10.13 billion. According to many foreign enterprises, Vietnam is still the country with the safest and most attractive investment environment in Asia in the coming years. Meanwhile, many domestic enterprises complained that “there were still many thumbtacks under the red carpet".
A corner of Le Minh Xuan Industrial Park (Illustrative photo: SGGP)

Employees in HEPZA receive financial aids

The HCMC Export Processing and Industrial Zones Authority (HEPZA) announced to give financial aid to laborers who were laid off during the coronavirus pandemic as per the People’s Council’s resolution 02/2020.
A paper mill is under construction in Hiep Phuoc Industrial Park in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: SGGP)

Investment capital pumped heavily into HCMC

In the first quarter of this year, domestic and foreign investment capital flow still poured heavily into export processing zones and industrial parks in Ho Chi Minh City which shows that the city is a safe destination for the investment of enterprises.
Electronics and information technology is one of four key industries posting high growth rate in the first half of 2017 (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC posts strong industrial growth in first half 2017

HCMC’s industrial production index (IPI) increased 7.51 percent in the first half this year compared to the same period last year, reported Mr. Tran Anh Hao head of Industry Division under the HCMC Department of Industry and Trade yesterday.