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Aeon Mall wants four more Hanoi projects

Japanese retail giant Aeon Mall wants to invest in 3-4 more projects in Hanoi by 2025.

At a recent meeting with Hanoi Party secretary Dinh Tien Dung, Nagakawa Tetsuyuki, general director of Aeon Mall Vietnam, said the Aeon Mall Hoang Mai project is now in its last preparation stages for investment. It has enough funds, personnel and equipment to begin construction right after investment procedures are completed, he said.

Aeon Mall, four more Hanoi projects, Japanese retail giant,  last preparation stages, investment procedures

An Aeon Mall in HCMC.

Aeon Mall is currently operating six projects in Vietnam, including two malls in Hanoi's Long Bien and Ha Dong districts. It plans to launch 16 more projects in Vietnam by 2025.

Tetsuyuki said he hopes Hanoi will continue its support so the Aeon Mall Hoang Mai project can begin construction in the third quarter. The firm has also requested the city to support the establishment of another Aeon Mall project in Bac Tu Liem District.

Hanoi Party Secretary Dinh Tien Dung said the capital would improve its investment environment and streamline policies to attract investments from both inside and outside Vietnam. He said Hanoi was attentive to support the Aeon Mall Hoang Mai project, and would request relevant agencies to cooperate with Bac Tu Liem authorities.

Hanoi deputy chairman of Nguyen Manh Quyen said he would request relevant authorities to complete legal procedures regarding the Aeon Mall Hoang Mai project so construction can begin as planned. Regarding the Bac Tu Liem project, Quyen said the proposed location has been earmarked for a park, so the city will request authorities to propose another location for it.

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Source: VnExpress

Aeon Mall, four more Hanoi projects, Japanese retail giant, last preparation stages, investment procedures
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