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Trung Thuy Group Joint Stock Co, the main investor of Lancaster Building in HCM City has announced that the company would officially start its three projects in Dong Nai, Da Nang and Hanoi with total investment capital of 1.17 trillion dong.

Duong Thanh Thuy, Chairwoman of the company's management board revealed that the company would hold groundbreaking ceremony for a tourism transit in Da Nang city on July 15. This project is estimated to cost around 120 billion dong.

On July 20, Trung Thuy Group will officially start construction project of Lancaster Hanoi building with total investment value of 900 billion dong. The third project would be a tourism transit in Dong Nai Province, worth 150 billion dong, which is expected to be started at the end of this July.

Those are three among four key projects that the company plans to focus on carrying out in 2009. The two tourism transits would help attract domestic travellers and the project in Hanoi would become the destination for foreign tourists and experts, Thuy said

The Hanoi Lancaster including trade centre and apartments will be located on Nui Truc St, Ba Dinh Dist, Hanoi. Trung Thuy Group cooperated with the Leather Research Institute in Hanoi to invest in this project. It's expected that 29-storey Hanoi Lancaster Building project will be finished in 2012 with the total construction area of 57,000 square metres. Apart from the area for trading and service centre, there will be about 300 apartments to be built there.

The high-class apartments in Lancaster Hanoi will be built to meet the accommodation demands from the foreign experts working in Hanoi and in industrial zones nearby Hanoi.

In addition to these projects of office buildings, apartments and tourism transits, Trung Thuy Group JSC is the trademark owner of Miss Aodai, specialising in trading handmade and fine-art products and other tourism services in Hanoi and HCM City. The company also plans to build a four-star resort in Ba Ria-Vung Tau province.

Source: Vietstock

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