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Provincial leaders welcomed Mits

Mitsubishi Corporation seeks investment in Binh Thuan

BTO – General Director of Mitsubishi Corporation Vietnam, Mr. Tetsu Funayama and his staff arrived in BinhThuan On July 2nd morning for a working session with the province’s leaders and some exporters in the locality.

Chairman of the provincial People’s committee (PPC) Nguyen Ngoc Hai realized the reputation as well as business capacity of the Japan-based Mitsubishi Group in multi-fields. In Binh Thuan, Chairman Hai hoped the Group would be a bridge to gap the province’s advantageous products with other potential investors, building sustainable ties between the two parties.  At the same time, chairman Hai gave brief introduction about the local potential and strength to forward investment from Japanese firms.

After the interactions between the company and functional bodies, Secretary of the provincial Party committee Nguyen Manh Hung extended thankful to the company, expecting the company will make more investment projects in solar power, wind power and irrigation.

Mitsubishi Corporation has now 5 subsidiaries in the United States, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Japan. In Binh Thuan, Mitsubishi Corporation intends to invest in energy, aquaculture and hi-tech agriculture areas.

Translated by My Thien

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