Vietnam Business Opportunities, Norfolk, Oct 3, 2013

Vietnam Business Opportunities, Norfolk, Oct 3, 2013

Vietnam Business Opportunities, Norfolk, Oct 3, 2013Complimentary seminar with Networking Breakfast at the Town Point Club. Learn about opportunities in Vietnam in general and Binh Duong Province and the Southern Key Economic Region in particular.

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HCM City and the Southern Key Economic Region

Binh Duong’s New City Master Plan, based on Japan’s World Renowned “Tokyu Model” 

Japan’s Tokyu Corp. and Becamex will develop a new city and transport infrastructure in Binh Duong. A key element of the “Tokyu Model”was the land readjustment was used to assemble land and to finance infrastructure for Tama Denen Toshi. A total of fifty-three cooperatives were formed between 1953 and 1966 that allowed the consolidation of more than 4,900 hectares of land. Most original land-holders were farmers who placed trust in the Tokyu Corporation’s ability to create high-quality communities because of the company’s track record as a successful builder of garden cities (thus known as the Garden City, or “Denen Toshi” Corporation). The cooperatives relinquished development rights and full control over project planning to the Tokyu Corporation. Among Japanese city planners, this unprecedented approach to new town development became as the “Tokyu Method,” which could help ease the frequent disputes about “resettlement” in Vietnam between property developers and the people on the land. Based on the above, and the links that you will find and follow when you click on the blue highlight lead sentence, Binh Duong province may be where you will find the vision. Over the past years, Binh Duong and BECAMEX have worked closely with Singapore sovereign wealth funds (Temasak, KeppelLand, MapleTree, Ascendas, etc.) for 20 years and recently signed a major long-term real estate / transportation development plan with Japan’s Tokyu Corp, as mentioned above.

The below two items highlight the strategic focus of the Asian Development Bank and Japan in Vietnam and the “Greater Mekong Subregion.”

Asian Development Bank Strategy to Support Vietnam and the Greater Mekong Subregion

Greater Mekong Subregion and AMEICC (ASEAN Economic Ministers – Japan Ministry of Economics, Trade & Industry) Economic and Industrial Cooperation Committee

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