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Vientam's Tay Ninh province seeks investment in textiles
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Sep '14
Tay Ninh, a province in the Southeast region of Vietnam, is doing its best to get investments for its textiles and support industries in order to improve the economy of the province and promote the textile industries, Vietnam Plus reported.

Tay Ninh People’s Committee has also planned to establish a textile and support industry area of 278 hectares in the Thanh Thanh Cong industrial zone. Another 100 hectares of the Moc Bai Border Gate economic zone has been converted into a Textile Manufacturing and Textile Chemistry (TMTC) support industry.

The chairwoman of Tay Ninh People’s Committee, Nguyen Thi Thu Thuy, said that the textile industry, particularly, the dyeing process, can have extremely negative impacts on the local environment.

Therefore, enterprises investing in the locality will have to obey strict rules on waste water treatment, she added.

Recently, six investors have invested around US$ 1.2 billion in the textile and support industry area in Phuoc Dong Boi Loi industrial zone in Go Dau district. A large number of fabric manufacturers and suppliers have begun their operations here, creating jobs for more than 10,000 people in Vietnam. (GK)

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