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Set up, improve, and develop your projects with strategic advice from our experts



Central Vietnam stretches from Thanh Hoa province to Binh Thuan province, recently known as the new potential land in attracting FDIs with seas, heritage cities, high forest cover rates, and especially the economy capitals have been growing dynamically in recent years.

Armed with the power of 17 seaports, 15 economic zones, 22 industrial parks, 2 export processing zones, 8 airports, 2 trans-Vietnamese highways, East-West economic corridors, the potential for growth in the infrastructure of the Central is being promoted by general planning and orientation to overcome the range limitations of fragmentation, lack of connection over the years. The deep-water ports of Vung Ang – Son Duong (Ha Tinh), Chan May (Thua Thien Hue), Tien Sa (Da Nang City), Ky Ha (Quang Nam), and Dung Quat (Quang Ngai) have not been at their fullest capacity. Industrial and export processing zones are in a shortage of domestic and foreign enterprises, despite the policy of attracting, calling for, and supporting investment creating room for large infrastructure projects. 

The core economic region of Central consists of 5 provinces/cities:

  • Da Nang City is considered the nuclear town core of Central Vietnam. Attractive sectors for foreign investment (Learn more)
  • Thua Thien Hue is associated with heritage, cultural and health capital, Phu Bai International Airport (recently upgraded), and Chan May Economic Zone – Lang Co (with Chan May deep-water port). Attractive sectors for foreign investment (Learn more)
  • Quang Nam
  • Quang Ngai
  • Binh Dinh

Compared to the remaining two core economic regions of Vietnam, the core economic region of Central has strengths in the development of transit harbor, tourism, and resorts.  

Investment consultancy services provide domestic and foreign enterprises and investors with initial information about investment and business climate; policies to attract investment and sectors suitable for each area.



  1. Market research, reporting and analysis of investment law, policy and regulatory issues;
  2. Prepare the project feasibility report;
  3. Advice on the legal policy and incentives can apply to the project;
  4. Advice on the application of investment registration procedures:

         ο Forms of investing;

         ο Procedures for registering investments, the establishment of economic

organizations linked to investment projects;

         ο Land registration, land clearing, land lease processes;

         ο Construction procedures;

         ο Procedures for environmental issues;

         ο Technology assessment processes and technology transfer records;

         ο Certification procedures for land use and ownership.

  1. Seek co-operative partners for domestic and international investment projects;
  2. Find mutual investment capital, organize extensive research activities;
  3. Organization of business promotion activities and market access;
  4. Organize in-depth study activities.