Da Nang hopes for further investment from RoK cityThursday, March 16,2023
AsemconnectVietnam - Secretary of the Da Nang municipal Party Committee Nguyen Van Quang said he hopes that the city of Daegu in the Republic of Korea (RoK) will cooperate with the Vietnamese central city and invest more in its hi-tech sector, along with education, training and tourism.
According to him, a number of Vietnam’s models are using experience from the RoK such as the new rural development model. Da Nang is also focusing on developing hi-tech industries. Da Nang residents enjoy travelling to the RoK and vice versa.
He spoke highly of the mayor’s proposals regarding education and cultural exchange towards human development for economic growth, and wished that the two localities would strengthen cultural exchange activities, towards celebrating the 20th anniversary of their friendship and cooperation.
Hong, for his part, expressed his impression on Da Nang’s investment in human education. He said Daegu is developing hi-tech industry and education-training. So far, the Da Nang-Daegu flight service has resumed, opening up investment and cooperation opportunities in fields that both sides have advantages./.
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