In addition to the other structures scattered around the world, from Canada to South Korea, China and the USA, Samsung has started to build a centre of research and development by $ 220 million in Vietnam. To give the news is the Reuters, according to which the vietnamese government has confirmed the opening of the construction site in Hanoi.
The ceremony of the inauguration of the work, however, which was due to be held on the last Saturday, has been cancelled because of restrictive measures taken to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
The centre will be completed by the end of 2022, and once operational will employ between 2,200 and 3,000 people. This is a very important step for Vietnam, but also for Samsung, which has become the biggest foreign investor in the country with a commitment for $ 17 billion.
Samsung is the main, but not the only company that has decided to invest in Vietnam: it seems that Google also wants to move the production of Pixels in the Country, as well as SHARP for displays, electronic devices and air purifiers.