Saigon Hi-Tech Park forwards assistances to investors

Deputy chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Le Thanh Liem and leaders of responsible agencies worked with the management board of Saigon Hi-Tech Park to intensify assistances to businesses and investors in the park on Tuesday.

Saigon Hi-Tech Park, District 9, HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

The event accorded with Government Resolution 35 as well as instruction by the city People’s Committee to investment projects in the park.

According to the board, it has reduced time to do many procedures for investors. For instance, plan certification has been cut half to ten days. Plan licensing reduces from 45 to 30 days, assessment and approval of 1:500 scale plan drops from 40 to 25 days and construction licensing takes only 15 instead of 20 days as before.

However, the board cannot shorten other procedures on fire fighting and prevention, environmental impact report and fundamental design evaluation because they come within jurisdiction of other agencies.

Therefore, the board proposed the city People’s Committee and related agencies to streamline procedures under their competence.

Deputy chairman Le Thanh Liem required the board and the agencies to continue stepping up assistances to investors and accompany them to quickly solve procedures so that they can implement projects as soon as possible.

Saigon Hi-Tech Park must become a destination and incubator of hi-tech investors and firms, the deputy chairman added.

By Ba Tan – Translated by Hai Mien

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