In the first month of 2020, Da Nang granted dozens of economic projects, including 14 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects of foreign investors coming to set up company in Da Nang, with a total capital of 1,686 million USD.
The registered projects operate mainly in the fields of food service, information technology and foreign language training.
Accumulated to December 2019, there were 331 projects with a total investment of 104,707 billion VND. In the past 2019, despite removing many obstacles, Da Nang’s investment attraction has prospered. According to Department of Planning and Investment of Da Nang, from January 1st to December 15th 2019, FDI attraction reached 690.76 million USD. In which, there were 132 new projects, with total registered investment capital of 438.042 million USD; 16 projects increased capital with an additional capital of 117.38 million USD; 210 turns of foreign investors contributed capital with the value of 135.334 million USD; granted investment policy decisions for 9 projects with a total investment of over 8,829 billion VND.
Recently, in order to “cool off” traffic congestion in the inner city, Da Nang has spent hundreds of billion VND to renovate urban areas, build concentrated parking lots and renovate intersections. …
In 2020, the city will continue to promote and implement key and motivational transport projects such as Lien Chieu port, relocate railway station, adjust the city’s general plan, build T3 terminal – Da Nang international airport, the project to improve transport infrastructure borrowed from OFID Fund, the western ring road 2, North-West axis I, the consolidation road along both sides of Nam Hai Van bypass road, upgrading DT601 road… In addition, the city will study to promote and deploy urban railway connecting Da Nang with Hoi An city (Quang Nam province); continue to invest in developing public transport, compatible among types of transport in urban areas.
The investment in developing transport infrastructure and improving intersections will not only reduces traffic congestion but also promotes economic development.