On the morning of April 20th Mr. Nguyen Van Quang, Member of the Central Party Committee, Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee, and Head of the Delegation of the National Assembly of Da Nang City, along with Mr. Nguyen Huy Dung, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications, presented the decision certifying the FPT Office Complex (Hoa Hai Ward, Ngu Hanh Son District) as a Concentrated Information Technology Zone.
On March 19th, 2023, the Prime Minister signed Decision No. 261/QD-TTg recognizing the FPT Office Complex as a Concentrated Information Technology Zone.
Accordingly, FPT Complex will enjoy all preferential policies on taxes and investment for Concentrated Information Technology Zones as regulated in Decree No. 154/2013/ND-CP dated November 8th, 2013, as well as other preferential policies applied to Concentrated Information Technology Zones as stipulated by law.
Ms. Ngo Thi Kim Yen, Vice Chairwoman of Da Nang People's Committee, said that the FPT Complex is the third Concentrated Information Technology Zone in the city and the fifth in the country to be recognized by the Prime Minister.
FPT Complex certified as a Concentrated Information Technology Zone
"It can be said that FPT Complex is the first Concentrated Information Technology Zone invested with funds from a software and digital content service business and is a place that gathers resources to provide training, software production, and the provision of information technology products and services. These "Make in Danang" products will reach international markets to develop the digital industry for the country in general and Da Nang in particular.”
The recognition of FPT Complex as a Concentrated Information Technology Zone will help FPT and its partners continue to create development space, increase investment attractiveness, and attract customers, investors, and partners. At the same time, it will enhance the position and brand of Da Nang's information technology industry, contributing to building the digital industry as a key economic sector of the city and striving to achieve the digital economy reaching the target of 20% of local GRDP before 2025," Ms. Ngo Thi Kim Yen said.