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Amata focuses on Vietnam

Industrial estate developer is confident of success after a 10-year struggle to launch a huge project in Dong Nai province.

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Somhatai Panichewa takes pride in being the promotional representative of the first foreign industrial estate established on Vietnamese soil in 1994. 

Workers at Amata City (Bien Hoa), one of the largest industrial estates in Ho Chi Minh City.

The sister of billionaire Vikrom Kromadit, the founder of Amata Corporation, faces the daunting task of pushing sales of the industrial estate developer's Vietnamese arm after becoming president of Amata (Vietnam) last year.

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