Malaysian realty group Waz Lian Corporation looked for potential investment opportunities in the central coastal Binh Dinh Province on July 19.
Waz Lian Corporation’s Vice-Chairman Hui Ta Hean met provincial Chairman Ho Quoc Dung, who briefed him about the social and economic development of Binh Dinh and gave him an overview of the local plan and industries that were calling for investment.
Dung said Binh Dinh had recently become attractive to local and international tourists with its beautiful beaches and diverse culture. He said to meet the growing demands of tourists, the province and local and foreign investors had been implementing major tourism and hospitality projects with large investments.
Dung said the Waz Lian Group should invest in realty in the province, saying that the province would create favourable conditions to support investors.
Ta Hui Hean said the corporation was one of the 10 largest conglomerates in Malaysia, which specialises in real estate, tourism and electrical energy, adding that they would study the province more for investment potential in the future.