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May 21st, 2006
Hi-tech park gets a re-think
Although the Sai Gon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) has achieved significant success and registered investment of US$712 million in three years of operations, it requires an additional VND2.23 trillion (US$140 million) to develop infrastructure to lure more investors, according to park officials.
"As part of the first stage, the park earmarked about VND180 billion for two research and development centres focused on semi-conductors and nanotechnology. It is also building a training centre and a precision mechanics research facility."
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