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Dong Nai signs deal for livestock industry   2009-03-18 - VNS

Dong Nai Province yesterday entered an agreement with the Bretagne Region of France to develop a full livestock industry, including breeding, slaughtering and processing.

Under the co-operation, Bretagne will assist Dong Nai Province to promote investment in the industry, introducing advanced breeding models to ensure food safety and increase product value.

Assisting with human resources for the industry development is also part of the co-operation.

Dong Nai provincial People’s Committee Chairman Vo Van Mot said his province was paying special attention to agriculture and service development and promised continued administration reform to speed up investors activities.

Jean Yves Le Drian, chairman of Bretagne Region, said he believed in the large potential growth of Dong Nai and expected the signed co-operation would help speed up the Agro Park Project in the province.

Four domestic and foreign companies have received approval in principle from the Ministry of Planning and Investment to develop a project called Agro Park. The park is expected to attract domestic and foreign investors in general and those from Bretagne in particular in areas of breeding, slaughtering and processing.

The companies involved are Donataba of Dong Nai Province, Prudential Fund Managament, Proconco and Glon Group from Bretagne.

The vocational training school in the region, Kerlebost, has a plan to work with such a school in Dong Nai to provide breeding and processing courses to train employees for the project. Bretagne is an agricultural capital of France and Europe, supplying each year 1.2 million tonnes of pork and more than 620,000 heads of poultry.



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