According to the bank's website, "the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group (WBG), together with YCH Group Pte Ltd (YCH) and T&Y Super Port Vinh Phuc Joint Stock Company (“T&Y”) are collaborating on the development of the Vinh Phuc ICD Logistics Centre (the “Project”) through an upstream Collaboration Agreement. The Project, also known as the Vietnam SuperPort, will be a first of its kind, multi-modal logistics hub integrating dry port and advance supply chain operations that focus on four key pillars: connectivity, sustainability, scalability, and agility. Located near the capital city of Hanoi, the SuperPort will be a key connecting node for global and regional trade and supply chain between China, Vietnam, ASEAN, and other regional and international markets."
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