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PM agrees to add two more industrial zones to general development plan
The Saigon Times
Tuesday,  Jan 5, 2021,13:58 (GMT+7)

PM agrees to add two more industrial zones to general development plan

The Saigon Times

A view of the Thang Long II industrial zone in Hung Yen Province. The prime minister has given the green light to add two industrial zones in the northern province of Hung Yen to Vietnam’s development plan for industrial parks – PHOTO: VNA

HCMC – The prime minister has given the green light to add two industrial zones in the northern province of Hung Yen to Vietnam’s development plan for industrial parks.

They are the industrial zone No. 5, which covers over 192 hectares of land in Quang Lang Commune of An Thi District and Nghia Dan Commune of Kim Dong District and the Tho Hoang industrial zone covering 250 hectares of land in An Thi District.

The prime minister urged the Hung Yen government to start the plan in sync with the construction of houses for workers and the development of cultural, social and sports building projects for workers at the industrial parks.

Besides, it is necessary to develop technical and social infrastructure to serve activities at the parks, VietnamPlus news site reported.

Apart from considering a solution to provide skilled human resources and ensure infrastructure connectivity, the provincial government was also told to enhance its efforts to select and attract potential investors to further develop the two industrial zones in line with the prevailing regulations.

In addition, the prime minister asked the Hung Yen government to direct Vietnam Infrastructure Development and Finance Investment JSC to speed up legal procedures to soon begin operating the Ly Thuong Kiet and Tan Dan industrial zones, which cover 300 hectares and 200 hectares, respectively.

The province was also tasked with urging DDK Investment-Construction Group to quickly complete the construction of infrastructure and put the 100-hectare Kim Dong industrial park into use.

The prime minister asked the province to consider removing some industrial zones—which are incapable of attracting investment—from the province’s development plan.

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