Hong Kong Company to build US$200 million apparel plant in Vietnam

Hong Kong (China)-based TAL Company, one of the world’s largest clothing manufacturers, recently announced a plan to expand investments into a second manufacturing plant for textiles, garments and dyeing in Vietnam.

The first phase of the project is expected to cost US$200 million. The company has been looking for a suitable location for its plant in the northern provinces of Hai Duong, Hung Yen, Ha Nam, and Nam Dinh.

TAL built Viet My Textile and Garment Plant in Phuc Khanh Industrial Park in Thai Binh Province in 2004 with a total investment of $40 million, which now provides jobs for more than 3,000 workers.

By T.Mai – Translated by Thuy Doan

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