The Vietnamese Government has created favorable conditions for Amata to operate in the country in more than 20 years, said Vikrom Kromadit, Chairman of the Thai-based industrial estates group.
Vikrom Kromadit expressed his appreciation at a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung in Hanoi on November 3.
He said Amata’s success in the Vietnamese market has brought benefits to both the company and local socio-economic development.
He unveiled the corporation’s intention to build smart cities and high-tech industrial parks in Vietnam.
|Scene at the meeting
The business executive also proposed measures to accelerate project implementation and attract capital from Thai and other foreign investors in Vietnam.
Deputy PM Dung said the Vietnam-Thailand strategic partnership is thriving in all fields, particularly trade and investment, adding that the operation of Amata in Vietnam has significantly contributed to the ties.
He requested the corporation work to further improve the local construction sector, particularly the building of industrial parks.
Dung stated the Vietnamese Government always encourage foreign companies, including those from Thailand, to seek partnerships, operate and expand business in the country.