Vietnam’s second automobile industry complex is planned to be built on a site about 43 miles (70 km) north of Ho Chi Min City. The city’s Department of Industry is working on details for final approval. State-owned firms are expected to play a major role in the complex. The project is part of the government’s Automotive Development Strategy that plans industry growth through 2010. The proposed complex, the country’s second after the Dong Vang facility in the northern Bac ...
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