Hepza needs to improve “one stop shop” model - Hepza needs to improve “one stop shop” model - Website Ho Chi Minh City
“Leaders of HCMC will accompany with enterprises & create favorable conditions for HCMC for Export Processing and Industrial Authority (Hepza) to give better support for enterprises investing in HCMC”, expressed by Deputy Chairman of HCMC People’s Committee Tat Thanh Cang at the conference of 2014 year end summation and proceeding assignment in 2015 as well as honoring exemplary models of Export processing parks – industrial parks in the period of 2010-2014 organized by Hepza on March 26.
Mr. Tat Thanh Cang suggested that Hepza needs a better management mechanism with “one-stop shop” model in parallel with strengthening administrative reform quickly, avoiding a problem that foreign investors cannot grasp detail information from Hepza when deciding to invest in HCMC or investing through intermediaries or they face difficulties from consulting offices, etc. As a “one stop shop” unit, Mr. Tat Thanh Cang suggested that Hepza needs to report co-operation activities with departments, sectors to leaders of HCMC to create better favorable conditions for investors. He also suggested enterprises, investors need to abide by regulations, to create good working environment for workers. Enterprises should focus on training of disciplines, labor skills, industrial spirit and manner for workers, helping workers in HCMC achieve good criteria in the future, etc.
In 2015, Hepza will strengthen activities of investment attraction in fields of high-tech, support industry, focusing on 4 key sectors: mechanical, electronic informatics, chemical and fine food processing. Hepza aims to attract US$ 700 million investment capital, preparing 260 hectares of concentrated land in industrial parks including Tan Thuan, Hiep Phuoc, An Ha, Tan Phu Trung, HCM City automobile mechanical industrial complex, Dong Nam. In addition, Hepza will carry out solutions of preparing land funds for investors such as establishment of support industrial clusters in industrial parks, construction of high-rise workshops, taking care of laborers’ livings, building social infrastructure, of which focuses on building kindergartens.