|Ecological environment||Ecological environment|
Natural environment is valuable resource for activities of creature life. Therefore, the appropriate exploitation and natural environment protection will help stable and sustainable social development.
During the course of urbanization, intensive farming. . . the environmental pollution is serious, reducing the quality of environment.
Quality of air: According to assessment of some professional organizations, the concentration of SO2, NO2, CO, lead. . . are low and satisfy the standard as stipulated. Criteria of dust and noise are many times higher than acceptable standard and focus on urban areas, populous areas and main traffic roads.
Quality of water source: on main rivers - channels such as Vam Co Dong, Vam Co Tay, Can Giuoc River . . . Tan An township has the acceptable content of Nitrate, organic substances, concentration of excess drugs, microorganism. . . . as stipulated (TCVN 5937 - 1995). Over the past years, Can Giuoc receives waste water from Ho Chi Minh City with high pollution, impacting on production and daily life of people.
Land: According to result of analysis on sample, concentration of toxic substances such as Cu, Pb, Cd . . . in mud and land is quite low and in acceptable limitation (according to Dutch standard).
Organism: with natural feature including many ecological systems of wetland: brackish water, salt water, fresh water, alum . . . organism resource of province has been assessed as being varied and diversified. During the past few years, as response to human, achievements of exploitation, utilization for production has brought many high results, but the environmental protection has not been considered deeply and synchronously, resulting in the break of the ecological balance between the populations, at the same time reducing or losing many rare and valuable wild animal such as chicken, python, snake, turtle. . . ; vegetations such as flooded cajeput forest, arenga forest, aegiceras forest, mangrove forest. . . and resulting in danger of mice destroying production.
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|Development Master Plan for the Industrial Parks in the province up to 2020 and vision to 2030||Development Master Plan for the Industrial Parks in the province up to 2020 and vision to 2030|
Development Master Plan for the Industrial Parks in the province up to 2020 and vision to 2030
|NO.||INDUSTRIAL AREA||AREA (ha)|||||||
|1||Dong Nam A Industrial Park||396|| || ||396|
|2||Phu An Thanh Industrial Park||307.230||80||305||692.230|
|3||DNN-Tan Phu Industrial Park||105.477|| ||156.520||262|
|4||Thu Thua Town Industrial Park|| ||188|| ||188|
|5||Duc Hoa 1 Industrial Park||274.230|| || ||274.230|
|6||Xuyen A Industrial Park||305.916|| ||94.080||400|
|7||Thuan Dao Industrial Park||113.947|| || ||113.947|
| ||Expanded Thuan Dao Industrial Park||189.843|| || ||189.843|
|8||Nhut Chanh Industrial Park||125.270|| || ||125.270|
|9||Viet Phat (Tan Thanh) Industrial Park||296.257||311.740||606||1,214|
|10||Hai Son Industrial Park||366.488|| || ||366.488|
|11||Tan Do Industrial Park||208.043|| || ||208.043|
|12||An Nhat Tan 2 Industrial Park|| ||162|| ||162|
|13||Bac Tan Tap Industrial Park||244.740|| || ||244.740|
|14||Huu Thanh Industrial Park|| ||224||300.140||524.140|
|15||The Ky Industrial Park|| || ||120||120|
|16||Tan Duc Industrial Park||543.354|| || ||543.354|
|17||Tan Kim Industrial Park||104.100|| || ||104.100|
| ||Expanded Tan Kim Industrial Park||52.488|| || ||52.488|
|18||Vinh Loc 2 Industrial Park||225.984|| || ||225.984|
|19||Long Hau Industrial Park||141.850|| || ||141.850|
| ||Long Hau Expanded Industrial Park||108.480|| || ||108.480|
|20||Cau Tram Industrial Park||77.823|| || ||77.823|
|21||Duc Hoa III Industrial Park||1.857.665|| || ||1,857.665|
|22||An Nhut Tan Industrial Park||119.203|| || ||119.203|
|23||Phuc Long Industrial Park||78.415|| || ||78.415|
|24||Phuoc Dong Port Industrial Park||128.970|| || ||128.970|
|25||Thinh Phat Industrial Park||73.372|| || ||73.372|
|26||Long Hau-Hoa Binh Industrial Park||117.670|| || ||117.670|
|27||Nam Thuan (Dai Loc) Industrial Park||308.390|| || ||308.390|
|28||Long Hau 3 Industrial Park|| ||366||525||891|
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|Associations and Unions ||Associations and Unions |
Associations and Unions
1. Provincial Veteran Association
Address: 48, National Highway No.62, Ward 2, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3829453
2. Provincial Red Cross Association
Mr Nguyen Van Ghim, Chairman of Provincial Red Cross Association
Address: 03 Vo Cong Ton, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272).3822529
3. Provincial Women Union
Mrs Nguyen Thi Hong Phuc, Chairman of Provincial Women Union
Address: Song Hanh road, Highway 1A, Ward 6, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3821313
4. Provincial Farmer Association
Mr Pham Chi Tam, Chairman of Provincial Farmer Association
Address: 14 Truong Cong Xuong, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3826 350
Fax: 0272 3835 480
5. The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union of Long An
Mr Bui Quoc Bao - Secretary of The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union of Long An
Address: Song Hanh road, Highway 1A, Ward 6, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3826 347
Fax: (0272) 3825 029
6. Provincial Fatherland Front Committee
Mrs Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh, Chairman of Provincial Fatherland Front Committee
Address: 24 Truong Cong Xuong, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272). 3826283
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|People’s Council||People’s Council|
Members of People's Council of Long An Province for the term of 2016 - 2021
Chairman of Provincial People's Council - Mr Pham Van Ranh.
Vice Chairman of Provincial People's Council – Mr Nguyen Thanh Cang
Vice Chairman of Provincial People's Council – Mr Mai Van Nhieu
Head of Legal Department of Provincial People's Council – Mr Le Son Ha
Head of Economic-Budget Department of Provincial People's Council – Mr Nguyen Huu Tuan
Head of Culture-Social Department of Provincial People's Council – Mr Truong Van Nam
People's Council Office of Long An Province
Addresses: 61 Nguyen Hue Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272). 3553 924
Fax: (0272). 3830 150
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|The planned industrial complexes up to 2020 and vision to 2030||The planned industrial complexes up to 2020 and vision to 2030|
The planned industrial complexes up to 2020 and vision to 2030
|NO.||Name of the planned industrial complex ||Location (district)||Area (ha)|
|1||Loc Giang Industrial-Small-scaled Industry Complex ||Duc Hoa district ||74.24|
|2||Long Son Industrial Complex||Can Duc District ||48|
|3||Tan Trach Industrial Complex ||Can Duc District ||44|
|4||Duc Hoa Ha Industrial Complex||Duc Hoa district ||81.67|
|5||Duc Hoa Dong Industrial Complex||Duc Hoa district ||87|
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|Districts and Cities ||Districts and Cities |
Districts and Cities
2. Ben Luc People's Committee
Mr Tran Van Tuoi, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: 213, National Highway No. 01, Ben Luc Town, Ben Luc District, Long An Province
Phone number: (0272) 3871 201
Fax: (0272) 3872 223
Potentials and development orientation of Ben Luc District
3. Thu Thua People's Committee
Mr Pham Thanh Long, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: Cau Xay Hamlet, Thu Thua Town, Thu Thua District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272). 3864 215
Fax: (0272) 3864 289
Potentials and development orientation of Thu Thua District
4. Kien Tuong People's Committee
Mr Nguyen Van Vu - Chairman of People's Committee
Address: 12, 30/4 Street, Ward 1, Kien Tuong Town, Long An Province
Phone number: (0272) 3841981
Fax: (0272) 3841936.
Potentials and development orientation of Kien Tuong Town
5. Chau Thanh People's Committee
Mr Nguyen Van Thinh, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: 827A Street, Tam Vu Town, Chau Thanh District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272). 3 877060
Potentials and development orientation of Chau Thanh District
6. Duc Hoa People's Committee
Mr Tran Van Lanh, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: 206, 29/4 Street, Hau Nghia Town, Duc Hoa District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272). 3811891
Fax: (0272) 3851993
Email: duchoa @longan.gov.vn
Potentials and development orientation of Duc Hoa District
7. Duc Hue People's Committee
Mr Vo Van Hy, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: Dong Thanh Town, Duc Hue District, Long An Province
Phone number: (0272) 3898353
Fax: (0272) 3854771
Potentials and development orientation of Duc Hue District
8. Moc Hoa People's Committee
Mr Lam Hoa Xung, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: Ca Da hamlet, Tan Thanh commune, Moc Hoa District, Long An Province
Phone number: (0272) 3956312
Fax: (0272) 3956312
Potentials and development orientation of Moc Hoa District
9. Can Giuoc People's Committee
Mr Nguyen Tuan Thanh, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: 38, Nguyen Thai Binh Street, Can Giuoc Town, Can Giuoc District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3 874 212
Fax: (0272) 3 875 181
Potentials and development orientation of Can Giuoc District
10. Thanh Hoa People's Committee
Mr Nguyen Van Tao, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: Le Duan Street, Thanh Hoa Town, Thanh Hoa District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3857 115
Fax: (0272) 3857 322
Potentials and development orientation of Thanh Hoa District
11. Can Duoc People's Committee
Mr Huynh Van Quang Hung, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: 01, Tran Phu Street, Can Duoc Town, Can Duoc District, Long An Province
Phone number: (0272) 3712767
Fax: (0272) 3881992
Potentials and development orientation of Can Duoc District
12. Tan Hung People's Committee
Mr Hoang Van Sinh, Acting Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: 01, Ton Duc Thang Street, Tan Hung Town, Tan Hung District, Long An Province
Phone number: (0272) 3861089
Fax: (0272) 3861139
Potentials and development orientation of Tan Hung District
13. Tan Thanh People's Committee
Mr Tran Van Truoc, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: National Highway No. 62, Tan Thanh Town, Tan Thanh District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3844 139
Fax: (0272) 3844 965
Potentials and development orientation of Tan Thanh District
14. Tan Tru People's Committee
Mr Truong Van Liem, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: Binh Hoa hamlet, Tan Tru Town, Tan Tru District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3 867 494
Potentials and development orientation of Tan Tru District
15. Vinh Hung People's Committee
Mr Truong Van Diep, Chairman of the District People's Committee
Address: 16, 30/4 Street, Vinh Hung Town, Vinh Hung District, Long An Province
Phone number : (0272) 3 847 252
Fax: (0272) 3 847 649
Potentials and development orientation of Vinh Hung District
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|TAN DO INDUSTRIAL PARK, DUC HOA, LONG AN||TAN DO INDUSTRIAL PARK, DUC HOA, LONG AN|
Location: Duc Hoa Ha commune, Duc Hoa district, Long An province.
Distance to traffic hubs
8 km from National Highway 1A
17 km from the center of Ho Chi Minh City
25 km from Tan Son Nhat International Airport
3 km from Duc Hoa downtown
4 km from Vam Co Dong River
Tan Do I.P. is connected to main traffic lines: National Highway 1A, TransAsia Highway, Saigon
Trung Luong freeway, 825 Road, 830 Road,...
Convenient waterway traffic for transportation of goods, materials from the I.P. to adjacent provinces and Cambodia
|STRENGTHS||- Borders to Ho Chi Minh City, convenient for goods transportation|
- Complete infrastructure, available for building factories
- Stable power supply (provided by Duc Hoa electricity company)
- Favorable incentives for Corporate Income tax
See location map on Google maps
- North: An Ha Cannel
- Southeast: Binh Loi, Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City
- West: Hai Son Industrial Park.
|INVESTMENT INCENTIVES||- Corporate income tax: free of tax for the first 02 years, 50% reduction for the next 04 years. |
- 17% corporate income tax is applied from 01/01/2016
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|PERFORMANCE DURATION||Until 03/2058|
|LEASING PRICE AND MODE OF PAYMENT||Land leasing price: USD55-65 m2|
+ For factory building land: the leasing price is quoted for complete standard infrastucture land lot
+ For residental and service land: depends on their location, area, and using purposes, leasing price for residental and service land will be counted separately for each land lot.
|FACTORY LEASE PRICE||Rent: USD 2.5/m2/month|
|INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT FEES AND OTHER SERVICES||Management fee: US$ 0.025/m2/month|
|WATER RATES||Price: VND 14,000/m3 Water source from Ho Chi Minh City QCVN 01:2009/BYT|
|FEE WASTEWATER TREATMENT||Fee: USD 0.3/m3 Calculation method: 80% of input water Accepted output wastewater from the investors' plants: type B (QCVN 40:2011/BTNMT)|
|ELECTRICITY PRICE||Click here for more detail|
|FUNCTIONAL BLOCK||- Factory, warehouse building area: 1.628.693 m2|
- I.P's administration and service area: 22.249,5 m2
- Technical center area: 20.928 m2
- Traffic system: 188.594 m2
- Pond, park, and green areas: 230.4969 m2
- Garden apartment: 296.390 m2
- Garden villas: 71.808 m2
- Apartment building: 20.586 m2
- Public works and areas: 59.863 m2
|LAND USE STRUCTURE|||
|SCOPE OF PERMITTED INVESTMENTS||1. Project group for electronics and telecommunications: projects for telecom cable production; projects for electrical and electronic equipment production; projects for electrical and electronic component production; |
2. Project group for mechanical and metallurgic industry: projects for mechanical engineering, machinery and equipment production; projects for sheet metal rolling (not galvanized); projects for steel rolling (from rough shape); projects for building, repairing and assembling carriages, automobiles;
projects for manufacturing, assembling and repairing motorcycle; projects of defined aluminum production (from rough shape).
3. Project group for food and beverage processing: projects for seafood processing; projects for alcohol, wine production (not allowed to use treacle materials); projects for confectionery production; project for food processing; projects for beverage production; projects for bottled purified water (not allowed to exploit groundwater); projects for milk production in many kinds; projects for vegetable oil processing;
4. Project group for wood processing, glass and ceramic production: projects for plywood production; projects for household furniture production (excluding the soaking and dipping stage); projects for handicraft production; projects for sanitary porcelain; projects for enameled tile production; projects for bulb and thermos production; projects for wood processing; projects for glass and ceramic production.
5. Project group for stationery: projects for stationery production.
6. Project group for textile and garment: projects for undyed textile; projects for garment processing excluding the washing step; projects for industrial laundry; projects for silk and synthetic fiber production.
7. Project group for building material production: projects for brick and tile production; projects for other building material production (slight polluting sectors).
8. Project group for chemicals, pharmaceutical products and cosmetics: projects for vaccine production; projects for veterinary medicine production; projects for detergent and additive production; projects for chemical and cosmetic production; projects for pharmaceutical product production; projects for plastic product production; projects for package production (from plastic granules); projects for production of paints, basic chemicals in many kinds; projects for production of additives for footwear sector;
9. Group of other projects: projects for footwear production; projects for production of tires and tubes in all kinds; projects for production of firefighting tools and products; projects for cardboard package production (excluding the forming process).
10. Project group for energy, radioactivity: photovoltaic project.
11. Project group for mining: projects for surface water mining.
12. Project group for processing of farm
|CLIMATE||Long An is located in a tropical monsoon area; temperature is relatively high all year round with two distinctive rainy and sunny seasons. Duc Hoa district is particularly affected by moonsoon climate. Annual average temperature: 27.7 degrees Celsius|
|TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY||- Alluvium soil delta, descending from West to East.|
- Ground standard height: 2.5 m
- Ground Loading capacity: Rtc = 55.1 kPa
- Underground water: 200 met under ground level
- Ground surface stability: stable
|WASTE WATER||Follow current Vietnam's standards|
|FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION||Fire protection system complies with the current regulations of the Government|
|TRAFFIC SYSTEM||Internal traffic systems: with a total length of nearly 30 km, hot asphalt concrete, high loading capacity, is connected to the external traffic system via Provincial Route 10. The main roads with cross section of 42 m , 30 m and 18 m, are planned properly, with trees line and clear sidewalks forming a complete internal traffic system. |
External traffic system: Tan Do I.P. is located next to Provincial Route 824, 825 (P.R. 10) and 830 which are connected to main traffic systems of Ho Chi Minh Highway, National Highway 1A, Xuyen A Highway,... will ease the way for goods transported to and from the I.P. In addition, the I.P is also next to An Ha Cannel linking to Vam Co Dong River provides the I.P with an advantage in transportation to Cambodia and provinces in the West.
|ELECTRICITY SUPPLY SYSTEM||The systems of industrial electricity, wastewater and sewage collection, surface drainage, telecommunication, and fire prevention and protection, ....are placed at the plants' fence, ensuring the ability to meet the needs of production, business and living activities throughout the Industrial Park.|
|WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM||Tan Do Investment and Construction J.S. Company invested pipneline system leading clean water from Ho Chi Minh City with high capacity, fully supply for the demand of Tan Do I.P and other adjacent I.Ps.|
|WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM||With the capacity of 5000m2/24 hours, receives wastewater from investors' plant at class B and provides output treated water at Class A, according to current standards of Vietnam|
|POST AND TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM||Communication system, Internet ... are built modern synchronously to meet the need of the plants' use|
|PUBLIC UTILITIES||Tan Do Investment and Construction JSC invests service works to add value for the investors, such as :|
- Office services;
- Housing for experts;
- Housing for workers ;
- Medical center;
- Restaurant, 3 star hotel;
- Trade center, markets;
- Culture-Sport center, ecotourism and entertainment zone
|SUPPORTING SERVICE||1. Construction designing consultancy and implemetation: with a team experienced architects, engineers, and skilled workers, Tan Do is capable to provide the whole service package for household and industrial constructions, transportation, water supply and treatment, landscape,.... ensuring for the quality and cost saving. |
2. Supporting services for legal issues: Investments in the Tan Do Industrial Park will be supported by Tan Do Investment and Construction J.S Company in the preparation of legal procedures from investment registration until the operation period of their plant, such as: investment approval, business certificate, environment assessment report, …
3. Financial assistance: when an investor has loan demands to pay a transfer amount/land rental or to build workshop, Tan Do Investment and Construction J.S Company will support such investor in bank loan procedures at the Asia Commercial Bank with favourable conditions and interests, using the transferred land as a mortgage.
|TYPICAL CLIENTS||Duy Tan Long An Plastic J.S. Co. |
Dong Khanh Textiles and Garment J.S. Co.
|CUSTOMER LIST||Click here for more detail|
Source: Long An Economic Zone Authority (LEAZA)
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|THINH PHAT INDUSTRIAL PARK, BEN LUC, LONG AN||THINH PHAT INDUSTRIAL PARK, BEN LUC, LONG AN|
See location map on Google maps
Provincial Highway 830, Hamlet 3, Luong Binh commune, Ben Luc District, Long An Province
Distance to traffic hubs
Center of Ho Chi Minh City is about 35km
Border of HCM city is about 10 km (Binh Chanh)
Tan Son Nhat International Airport is about 30 km
|STRENGTHS||Waste water treatment system capacity of 1,600 m3 / day - night|
Complete infrastructure can build factories immediately
Two power supply stabilized production from two substations Ben Luc and Duc Hoa
There are road traffic systems and waterways
Internal river ports (Vam Co Dong River)
See location map on Google maps
|- East side adjacent to Highway 830, from Highway 1A: 15 km|
- West side adjacent to Vam Co Dong River
- North side adjacent to Ong Doi waterway
- South side adjacent to Cat waterway
|INVESTMENT INCENTIVES||Free of 02 years, 50% in the next 04 years. 17% corporate income tax.|
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|PERFORMANCE DURATION||until 28/11/2055|
|LEASING PRICE AND MODE OF PAYMENT||Land rental|
Land lease guaranteed technical requirements leveling, complete infrastructure
- Rental or transfer: 945.000VND / m2 - 1.365 million / m2 depending on the location and progress payments
|FACTORY LEASE PRICE||3.5 - 4 USD/m2|
|INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT FEES AND OTHER SERVICES||- Management service fee of industrial zone: 2,100VND / m2 / year, payable annually. - Infrastructure maintenance: 650VND/m2/month, payable monthly|
|WATER RATES||Basing on Long an water supply company's price scale, payable monthly|
|FEE WASTEWATER TREATMENT||6.500VND/m3, base for charging: 80% volume of water used, payable monthly|
|ELECTRICITY PRICE||Click here for more detail|
|FUNCTIONAL BLOCK||- Processing industry|
- Light Industry
- Chemicals industry
- Construction Materials Industry
- High-tech Industry
- Service area
|LAND USE STRUCTURE||Land for factory: 475.779,57m2|
Land for technic construction: 10.950,39m2
Land for warehouses, port: 28.154,72m2
Center land: 15.360,44m2
Land in road width (830 provincial road): 2.786,33m2
|SCOPE OF PERMITTED INVESTMENTS||Processing industry:|
Food processing industry.
Beverage production; manufacturing confectionery.
Industrial processing of agricultural products, seafood.
Industrial processing of animal feed.
Manufacturer of welding, precision engineering, mechanical processing, manufacturing, repair machinery
spare parts, tooling and assembly.
Industrial electronics, manufacturing machinery, spare parts, industrial and household electricity.
Motorcycle parts assembly.
Manufacturing sports instruments, furnishing, office.
Produce teaching aids, housewares.
Production of silk yarn, weaving - dyeing, apparel, footwear, toys, jewelry and ceramics.
Paper manufacturing, packaging, publishing, designing, printing, printing on fabric.
Rolled metal casting small scale.
Manufacture of glass products.
Electronics industry, media, telecommunications media.
Pharmaceutical industry, medical equipments.
Production of materials for chemical, pharmaceutical ingredients, cosmetic ingredients.
Manufacturing cleaning products and cosmetics. Manufacture of plastic, PP plastic nut.
Manufacture of paints used in construction, interior decoration.
Canned processed oil nhon.Cong Construction Materials Industry:
Production of composite materials. Production Sound insulation materials, insulation, insulation. Manufacture of composite material instead of wood.
Refractory production. Construction plastics. Production of building materials from glass fibers.
Concrete batching plant, producing lightweight concrete blocks.
The service sector (central area):
Renting office. Postal and telecommunications. The bank. Clinics.
Business center, restaurant. Provides food service industry and canteens.
Culture sports center, gas station. Port services
|TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY|||
|WASTE WATER||Followed Vietnamese Standards|
|FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION||Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting system must be under the Government Regulations as Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting Regulations 2001, Decree number NĐ 35/2003 and Vietnamese Standard 2622:1995|
|TRAFFIC SYSTEM||Roads: Provincial Road 830, 4th ring road planning, with 6 - to 8 lanes|
Provincial Highway 10 with a width of 42 m to connect the center of Ho Chi Minh City
Waterways: internal ports with the Vam Co Dong River waterway system
Transport system in the industrial park was completed
|ELECTRICITY SUPPLY SYSTEM||Medium voltage system of the national grid from the medium voltage 22 kV connection with Duc Hoa 110KV substation, which is provided to the fence of the factory or enterprise.|
|WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM||Water use for production and daily life in the Industrial Park will supply by water plant in the industrial park, which provides assurance of quality and quantity to the investors in the industrial park.|
|WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM||- Waste water from factories is collected through the underground piping network and treated in the Sewage Treatment Plant with its capacity 1.600 m3/day in conformity to The Vietnam Environmental Standard before its falling into Vam Co Dong River. The wastewater shall be treated according to The Vietnam Environmental Standard.|
|POST AND TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM||- Establishing the modern and international standard network of Postal & Telecommunication Service with 5000 lines; such as to equip and install MDF, telephone system and ADSL provided by a Telecommunication Service and meet all demands of investors.|
|PUBLIC UTILITIES||- Drainage of rainfall and drainage of dirty water are separated |
- Park system is planned for the whole in order to provide fresh air, prevent air pollution and create beautiful sights and comfortable working environment for the work force
|FREE SERVICES||- Business establishment registration|
- Factory construction permit
- Preparation of documents and application for establishment of legal entities.
- Preparation of documents and application for investment certificates. Planning for the Business project.
- Consult documentation for construction permit.
- Advising DTM report / environmental commitment.
- Making application letter for land use rights transfer.
- Support the implementation of the project loan.
|SUPPORTING SERVICE||- Renting office|
- Supply of Bottled Water
- Provision of industrial meals
- Hiring employees
|CUSTOMER LIST||Click here for more detail|
Source: Long An Economic Zone Authority (LEAZA)
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|Promoting and inviting investment in culture - sports – tourism - entertainment infrastructure in HCMC and Mekong River Delta||Promoting and inviting investment in culture - sports – tourism - entertainment infrastructure in HCMC and Mekong River Delta|
On September 4, Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism coordinated with Ho Chi Minh City Center for Trade and Investment Promotion to hold a Conference to promote and invite investment in culture - sports - tourism - entertainment infrastructure in Ho Chi Minh City and 13 provinces and cities in the Mekong River Delta.
The Mekong River Delta promises to be an attractive destination for investors as well as tourists
Representatives of the leaders of provinces, cities, departments, agencies, branches of Ho Chi Minh City and 13 provinces and cities in the Mekong River Delta with more than 200 guests attended the event.
This conference within the framework of the series of events "Tourism Connection Forum of Ho Chi Minh City - Mekong River Delta 2019" was held from September 4 to September 5 by Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism and Ho Chi Minh City Center for Trade and Investment Promotion.
According to the Organization Board, there are currently a total of 179 projects calling for investment in the fields of culture - sports - tourism - entertainment of the region. In particular, Ho Chi Minh City has 51 projects, the Cluster of Tourism Development Cooperation in the Eastern of the Mekong River Delta - the Eastern Cluster of the Mekong River Delta (including 6 provinces of Dong Thap, Long An, Tien Giang, Ben Tre, Vinh Long and Tra Vinh) has 36 projects.
The cluster of Tourism Development Cooperation - the Western Cluster of the Mekong River Delta (including 7 provinces such as Can Tho City and the provinces of An Giang, Kien Giang, Hau Giang, Soc Trang, Bac Lieu and Ca Mau) has 92 projects.
Representatives of local leaders answered questions of delegates
Deputy Director of Ho Chi Minh City Center for Trade and Investment Promotion - Nguyen Tuan informed that the invitation of domestic and foreign investors, enterprises explored the potential of projects on investment environment, preferential policies as well as special attention of local leaders to have strategies and plans in investing in the fields of culture - sports - tourism – entertainment infrastructure of Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong River Delta.
Director of Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Dong Thap province - Nguyen Ngoc Thuong shared that the provinces of the Eastern Mekong River Delta (Dong Thap province as the head) with the available potential promising to bring efficiency to investors. Hopefully, new businesses and investors learn as well as units that have come to invest to continue exploiting and promoting investment projects in the fields of culture - sports - tourism - entertainment to develop together.
At the same time, he wishes to receive information to better understand the requirements and aspirations of investors and commit to creating the most favorable conditions for investors to successfully implement the project.
According to the Director of the Department of Culture - Information - Sports and Tourism of Bac Lieu province - Cao Xuan Thu Van, if they continue to be properly invested, tourism of provinces and cities in the Western Mekong River Delta Cluster (Bac Lieu province as a Head) will continue to "take off and reach out". With the motto of hospitality, respect for partners, understanding of partners, effective development cooperation with Ho Chi Minh City and the whole country, localities in the Western Mekong River Delta always welcome and create the best conditions for investors to come to learn and cooperate in the spirit of "mutual benefit".
At the conference, businesses invested in projects related to the fields of culture - sports - tourism - entertainment to share their remarks and assessments about the development potential of Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong River Delta. It shows our wish to continue cooperation with localities to develop this field, serving the increasing needs of domestic and international tourists, and contributing ideas for localities to create favorable conditions for businesses to invest.
In addition, some opinions and questions of delegates were answered and clarified by local leaders./.
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|From October 13th to October 21st, the Vietnam – Japan Trade and Tourism Exhibition 2018 will take place in Long An province||From October 13th to October 21st, the Vietnam – Japan Trade and Tourism Exhibition 2018 will take place in Long An province|
On the occasion of the 45th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Japan (21/9/1973 – 21/9/2018), Long An province will hold the “Vietnam – Japan Trade and Tourism Exhibition 2018 in Long An” from October 13th to October 21st, 2018 at War 3 Park, Tan An City, Long An province.
The Exhibition will be organized on the scale of more than 400 standard booths of provinces, cities and enterprises in order to introduce the achievements of socio-economic achievements and tourism development of each locality; promote and introduce potentials, strengths, products and goods; develop brands; and seek partners and consumption markets.
In particular, this Exhibition will combine many meaningful activities to exchange economy, culture, and promote tourism of Vietnam and Japan.
Reported by TV
Translated by Lan Vy
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|The Socio-Economic Development Master Plan of Long An Province up to 2020 and Vision Toward 2030||The Socio-Economic Development Master Plan of Long An Province up to 2020 and Vision Toward 2030|
The Socio-economic Development Master Plan of Long An Province up to 2020 and Vision Toward 2030 has been approved by the Prime Minister in Decision No. 143 /QD-TTg dated 03/10/2012.
The Socio-economic Development Master Plan of Long An Province up to 2020 and Vision Toward 2030 has been approved by the Prime Minister in Decision No. 143 /QD-TTg dated 03/10/2012.
Economic objectives of planning to achieve:
- Economic growth rate per period 2012 - 2030 reached 12.5%/year, of which the period 2012 to 2020 increased by 13%/year.
- By 2015, GDP per capita reached 50 million VND/person/year (about 2,400 USD); the share of agriculture, industry and services in GDP respectively 28%, 41%, 31%; Provincial budget revenue in the province accounted for 10% of GDP; ability to raise capital from the state budget revenues accounted for 28.5%.
- By 2020, GDP per capita reached 80 million VND/person/year (about 3,800 USD); the share of agriculture, industry and services in GDP, respectively accounting for 15%, 45%, 40%; Provincial budget revenue in the province accounted for 10.8% of GDP; ability to raise capital from the state budget revenues accounted for 29.6%.
- Vision 2030: GDP per capita reached 172 million VND/person/year (about 8,000 USD); the share of agriculture, industry and services in GDP respectively 7%, 48%, 45%; Provincial budget revenue in the province accounted for 10.8% of GDP; ability to raise capital from the state budget revenues accounted for 29.6%.
Proposed Zoning; the province can be broadly classified into three zones. Generally, the Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay rivers can be considered as boundaries of these three zones:
- Zone 1 (Agricultural, Eco-Tourism and Border Gate Economic Zone): This zone including the districts of Vinh Hung, Tan Hung, Moc Hoa, Tan Thanh, Thanh Hoa, Chau Thanh and part of Thu Thua is primarily resourced and maintained for intensive agriculture activities to ensure food security of the country and to serve as a competitive agriculture production areas of the province together with development of agricultural services, residential areas as well as development of services and industries in border economic zone. Zone1 is also important to enhance rural landscape of the province to attract tourists and visitors. Therefore development orientation is not only directed for AFA sector but also improvement of rural life of the people and exploration of eco-tourism opportunities. Preservation of rural and cultural resources is also an important element. Moc Hoa town serves as the center of Zone1 and promote exchange of trade and services between DTM region and Tan An area. In order farther to enhance the orientation for Zone 1, it is important to strengthen coordinated planning and actions with neighboring provinces including those of Cambodia.
- Zone 2 (Ecological Zone or Buffer Zone): This zone is mainly located between the two ecological corridors of Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay rivers. Main purpose and importance of the Zone 2 are (i) to protect Zone 1 from inadequate and excessive urban and industrial development of Zone 3, (ii) to develop agriculture with comparative advantage, (iii) to spare land for eco-friendly development including industries, eco-tourism towns/villages, provincial logistic centers, (iv) to create a new type of land-use and unique landscape with a mixture of urban and rural nature, (v) to protect Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay rivers from pollution due to development which may become more active in the future, and (vi)to preserve rich space for future development, say after 2020 or 2030 which can be decided by next generation based on the conditions then. Thu Thua town will be the centre of Zone2 which provides Zone2 with regional transportation (road and water) links and connection between provincial economic zones, border gates and seaports. In general, developments in Zone2 will be undertaken in strictly controlled manner and permitted only in designated areas along the roads and other specified areas.
- Zone 3 (Focal Economic Region or Urban and Industrial Zone): This zone covers Vam Co Dong River and the FER districts of Duc Hoa, Ben Luc, Can Giuoc, and Can Duoc, as well as part of Tan Tru in Ha, Tan An City, and part of Thu Thua district. Urban and industrial development will be concentrated in this zone where infrastructure will be well provided, demand for urban areas and development demand is high and market exists. This zone intends to promote farther competitive urban and industrial development and establish Tan An – Ben Luc urban corridor and special urban and industrial centers in Duc Hoa, Can Giuoc and Can Duoc.
Orientation concentrated urban development and general industrial, forming corridors for urban development center in Ben Luc - Tan An urban and industrial characteristics in Duc Hoa, Can Giuoc, Can Duoc...
Three zones map
Planning approved the basis and important orientation focus province calling for investment, economic development. On the basis of the plan, the province of Long An ongoing planning, roadmaps, projects and specific projects to implement the plan in the future. Long An is committed to creating favorable conditions for the enterprises and economic sectors to understand and invest in the province.
(The Socio-economic Development Master Plan of Long An Province up to 2020 and Vision Toward 2030)Social Economic master plan of Long An.en.pdf
Long An Economic Zone Authority (LAEZA)
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|Duc Hoa District||Duc Hoa District|
Duc Hoa is one of districts of Long An province with the natural area of 42,775.65 ha, population of 226,693 people according to the census up to 21/5/2013. Duc Hoa district shares the borders with the following administrative units: the North adjoins to Trang Bang District of Tay Ninh province and Cu Chi District, Hoc Mon District in Ho Chi Minh city, the Southeast adjoins to Binh Chanh district-HCMC, the West adjoins to Duc Hue district, the Southwest adjoins to Ben Luc district.
From Duc Hoa, it is very convenient to connect with the towns of Ho Chi Minh City located on National Highway No. 22 and National Highway No. 1 (Cu Chi town, Hoc Mon town, An Lac town) and the towns of the districts adjoining to Duc Hoa district. Provincial Road No. 8 is also the important traffic axis connecting with National Highway No. 22 to create the traffic axis connecting the Southeast Region and Southwest Region.
The entire district is divided into 20 towns and districts in which Hau Nghia Town is the central town and the remaining administrative units include: Duc Hoa Town, Hiep Hoa town, Loc Giang commune, An Ninh dong commune, An Ninh Tay commune, Tan My commune, Hiep Hoa commune, Tan Phu commune, Hoa Khanh Tay commune, Hoa Khanh Dong commune, Hoa Khanh Nam commune, Duc Lap Thuong commune, Duc Lap Ha commune, Duc Hoa Thuong commune, Duc Hoa Dong commune, Duc Hoa Ha commune, My Hanh Bac commune, My Hanh Nam commune, Huu Thanh commune.
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|Tan Lap floating village to put into operation before Tet holiday||Tan Lap floating village to put into operation before Tet holiday|
Secretary of the Party Committee of Long An province Pham Van Ranh led leaders of Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Tran Thai Group and Thap Muoi Tourism Company to visit and survey Tan Lap floating village- the ecological tourism area in Tan Lap Commune, Moc Hoa District, Long An province on December 6.
Secretary of the Party Committee of Long An Province has a working session with investors and leaders of relevant departments
Tan Lap floating village located in the heart of Dong Thap Muoi sub-region (also known as the Plain of Reeds) which covers more than 135 hectares of core area and 500 hectares of buffer area.
The floating village has been known as wetlands with its habitat of indigo forests, lotus, lily, water hyacinth, typical rice of the area; and as the home of many wildlife as birds, stork, fish...
Tan Lap floating village has a special location for tourism exploitation and development being just about 60 kilometers of the northwestward of central Tan An city and about 100 kilometers of the westward of Ho Chi Minh City.
In the past, the Tan Lap floating village was managed by the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism; after that it was transferred to the Thap Muoi Tourism Company under Tran Thai Group in 2016 for investment and exploitation following the socialization form.
At present, investors are carrying out construction works, renovating some works including 5 kilometer-long road through the indigo forest, cable car system for visitors, and 32 hotel- rooms on based of renovation of observation tower (including nine floors with 38 meters high).
Besides, they have also expanded many functional areas as environmental educational center, natural conservation area, wild bird sanctuary, floating houses on piles, park-restaurant area, marina area...
Many tour operators discover Tan Lap floating village. Photo: Le Duc
The leader of Thap Muoi Tourism Company said that although the Tan Lap floating village does not officially put into operation, it receives around 200 visitors per day, and around 1,000 arrivals per day on weekends.
Secretary Pham Van Ranh said that with the interference location between the Southeast and the Mekong Delta region, bordering with Ho Chi Minh City, located on the national tourism route of Ho Chi Minh City – the Mekong Delta and trans-Asia travel route connecting with Cambodia through the provincial border, Long An has an important strategic position in trade and tourism; in particular, the province has identified Tan Lap floating tourist village as one of the key tourism projects of the province and the region.
During the survey, Secretary of the Party Committee of Long An Province Pham Van Ranh appreciated the efforts and determination of investors in concentrating resources, speeding up the construction adding that the leaders of the province and related departments and agencies will create the most favorable conditions for the Tan Lap floating tourist village to early be completed and officially put into operation before the Lunar New Year of 2018.
On-site visit the investment works
At the same time, Secretary of the Party Committee of Long An Province Pham Van Ranh asked the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism to continue coordinating with the Tran Thai Group, Thap Muoi Tourism Company and other potential investors to research and form tours connecting from Ho Chi Minh City to the key tourism projects in the province:
Ecotourism sites of Rach Cat-Can Duoc, Tan Lap floating village, Center of Conservation and Development of Medicine of Dong Thap Muoi, Lang Sen Wetland Reserve, key historical-cultural relic sites of the province which would contribute to the formation of typical tourism products of Long An, meeting rising demand for short-term excursions, typical ecotourism in Dong Thap Muoi …of this potential market from Ho Chi Minh City and the neighboring provinces./.
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|PHUOC DONG INDUSTRIAL PARK AND PORT, CAN DUOC, LONG AN||PHUOC DONG INDUSTRIAL PARK AND PORT, CAN DUOC, LONG AN|
Location: 5 Hamlet, Phuoc Dong commune, Can Duoc District, Long An Province, Viet Nam.
Distance to traffic hubs
Ho Chi Minh city center 45km
Phu My Hung Urban center 35km
Long An Province center 18km
ICD Hiep Phuoc Port 30km
Cat Lai Port 43km
Long An International port 23km
Cai Mep Thi Vai Deep Port 74km
Tan Son Nhat Airport (HCMC) 42km
|STRENGTHS||There are road transport systems and river transport system|
Length of Vam Co River: 3.150 m.
Planned industrial park port in Vietnam's seaport system with 3 clusters of 9 berths deep water ports, ensures 10.000 - 15.000 DWT ships.
Located adjacent to Nation road 50, 35 km to Ho Chi Minh City
Completed residential area serving the demand of officers and staff
Located in an area with abundant labor force and cheap labor.
See location map on Google maps
- East : Nuoc Man Channel
- West: Existing Residential area
- South : Vam co River
- North : Current residential areas in road 826B
|INVESTMENT INCENTIVES||Free of 02 years, 50% in the next 04 years. 20% corporate income tax.|
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|PERFORMANCE DURATION||Period of land leasing: 50 years (up to January 6th, 2059)|
|LEASING PRICE AND MODE OF PAYMENT||Please contact us for information about pricing|
|FACTORY LEASE PRICE||Please contact us for information about pricing|
|INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT FEES AND OTHER SERVICES|||
|WATER RATES||0,28 USD/m3|
|FEE WASTEWATER TREATMENT||0,25 USD/m3|
|ELECTRICITY PRICE||Price offered by Electricity Company of Vietnam for voltage from 22KV to 110KV|
|FUNCTIONAL BLOCK||- Processing industry|
- Light industry
- Chemical industry
- Construction materials industry, consumer goods industry
- High-tech industry
- Other service.
|LAND USE STRUCTURE||Workshop, warehouse,yard,wharf 90.17 ha|
Roads system 19.35 ha
Operation and service areas 2.66 ha
Infrastructure system 1.55 ha
Open green 15.15 ha
Residential area 15.1548 ha
|SCOPE OF PERMITTED INVESTMENTS||The following business lines will be attracted in Industrial Park: |
• Project on manufacture of electronic, electrical devices
• Project on manufacture of telecommunication cable and electrical cable
• Project on manufacture of pharmaceutical product and medical devices
• Project on manufacture of chemical products and cosmetic (excluding basic chemicals)
• Project on manufacture of PP bag from plastic grain
• Project on manufacture of paint and basic chemicals
• Project on manufacture of plastic, products from plastic (domestic plastic)
• Knot wear (without weight reduction)
• Knot wear (with weight reduction)
• Project on manufacture and processing of garment products (without phases of washing, erasing and dyeing)
• Project on processing of wood
• Project on manufacture of laminated wood
• Project on manufacture of stationary
• Manufacture of paper carton board from rolling paper
• Project on manufacture of soft drink
• Project on manufacture of milk
• Project on manufacture of food products
• Project on manufacture of confectionary
• Project on processing of cooking oil
• Project on processing of tea
• Mechanical fabrication (lathing, cutting, welding etc)
• Storage and showroom of products
• Service and business of packages, technical accessories relating to gas
• Project of mechanics, fabrication of machine and equipment (with plating and coating in production line, excluding fabrication and manufacture of plating and coating
• Project on manufacture of CO2 gas, with liquefaction extraction and feeding
• Project for trading of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
• Batching plant
• Manufacture of welding electrodes
• Consumer goods
• Project on manufacture of other building materials
• Project on alimunium and steel rolling from material blank
• Project on recycling and treatment of solid wastes of all kinds (excluding wastes from outside of Long An Province)
• Project on manufacture of fertilizer
• Project on manufacture of plastic grain
• Making and processing of sport shoes
|CLIMATE||Located in the tropical region under the influence of sub-equatorial monsoon with high temperature and distinctively dry and rainy season in a year. Average temperature reaches 270C. Annual average humidity is relatively high, around 70% - 80%. West - South wind: from May to November; East - South wind: from December to April|
|TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY||- Land height: 2,1m|
- Compressive strength: 0,061 cm2/kg
- Cohesion strength C: 0,06kg/cm2
- Natural unit weight: 1,91g/cm3
- Compressibility coefficient: 0,187kg/cm2
- Internal friction angle: 3o00'
|WASTE WATER||Follow current Vietnam's standards|
|FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION||Fire protection system complies with the current regulations of the government|
|TRAFFIC SYSTEM||Main road system : 33m in width|
Internal road system : 20m in width
|ELECTRICITY SUPPLY SYSTEM||- On-site 3x63 MVA transformer station.|
|WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM||On-site water treatment plant, capacity 4.560 m3/ day night|
|WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM||Capacity 4,200 m3/day night, meet TCVN 5945:2005 level A standards, before being discharge|
|POST AND TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM||Establishing the modern and international standard network of Postal & Telecommunication Service; such as to equip , telephone system and ADSL provided by a Telecommunication Service and meet all demands of investors.|
|PUBLIC UTILITIES||- Park system is planned for the whole in order to provide fresh air, prevent air pollution and create beautiful sights and comfortable working environment for the work force |
- All of tax and custom service, banking service... will be carried out convenient at Industrial Park
|FREE SERVICES||- Business establishment registration|
- Custom and accounting registration
- Investment certificate
- Factory construction permit
|SUPPORTING SERVICE||- On-site custom office|
- ICD port
- Standard ready-built factories/warehouses
- Petrol/liquid petrol gas supplied
- Catering supplied
- Shuttle bus to major location like Hochiminh City
- Banking, shopping area, schools and training centers, hospital, administration offices…
|CUSTOMER LIST||Click here for more detail|
Source: Long An Economic Zone Authority (LEAZA)
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|Natural condition Characteristics of geological structure in Long An province||Natural condition Characteristics of geological structure in Long An province|
Long An is located in the South Eastern edge of Da Lat zone. This is independent tectonic - metallogenetic zone, with foundation of Precambrian continental crust, subsided in early – middle Jura and experienced epicontinental regime in late Mesozoi.
The East Sea tide in Soai Rap estuary has amplitude of high from 3,5 to 3,9 m. The process of intruding salt water is deeper and longer into the inland. The reason is the strong operation of tide, northeast wind, less water from upstream and especially many exploitations of surface water in dry season. In the past, Vam Co Tay river had been intruded by salt water in Tuyen Nhon of about 5 km, since 1993, it has reached to Vinh Hung. The salinization has started from January to June with 2 - 4 gam/liters. The salinity of Vam Co Dong river has gradually reduced by the influence of Dau Tieng lake.
Besides, the earth tends to be hotter, facilitating sea level raising, developing the salinization deeply to inland.
The salinization has changed the ecological system of region which has been stable for many years, resulting in the influence to production and daily life of people. To reduce this process, should not exploit too much in dry season and the investment in irrigation systems should consider the impact of salt water intrusion on the general ecological system.
At the end of Mesozoi and in Kainozoi, Da Lat zone was activated forcefully. In Neogen – Quaternary, this region involving Mekong basin was subsided forcefully and filled up by terrigenous sediments . In Long An province, it mainly developed formations of sediments of Neogen Quaternary:
Sediments of conglomerate, sandstone, clay siltstone of Can Tho formation (N21ct) have large area of allocation.
Gravelstone, sandstone, siltstone, claystone of Nam Can formation (N22nc) have large area of allocation.
Formations of stream deposition including pebble, gravel, grit, sand, clay, kaolin of Cu Chi formation (aQ23cc) are allocated mainly in Loc Giang, Duc Lap Thuong, My Hanh Bac, Hoa Khanh Dong, An Ninh Tay communes under Duc Hoa district.
Formations of sea and rivers depositions including silt, clay with few gypsum of Moc Hoa formation (amQ21mh) are allocated mainly in areas of Duc Hue, Moc Hoa, Vinh Hung, Tan Hung districts.
Formations of stream deposition including pebble, gravel, grit, sand, clay kaolin of Hau Giang formation (mQ21hg) are allocated mainly in areas of Tan Thanh, Moc Hoa, Tan Hung districts.
Formations of sediments of Middle-Upper Holocen (aQ22-3) including stream deposition (sand, silt, clay), river - marsh (silt, clay, remains of plants and peat), are shelf deposits, alluvial flat and river bed deposit, allocating most of areas of districts in Long An province.
According to result of geological survey at the ratio of 1:200.000, it is recorded that there are 2 main fault systems in the North Western - South Eastern direction and North Eastern - South Western direction. These fault systems were found according to geophysical materials and indirect geological signs.
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|Long An – Evaluating PCI, investment environment improvement, enterprise development support||Long An – Evaluating PCI, investment environment improvement, enterprise development support|
On April 11, the Provincial People's Committee held a conference to evaluate the PCI, the investment environment improvement, enterprise support and development in 2017; At the same time, evaluate the Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index 2017 (PAPI 2017) of the province.
According to the conference report, PCI 2017 of Long An province ranked the fourth in the ranking, belonged to Good group with 66.70 scores; increased 11 levels and increased 6.05 scores compared to 2016; All 10 component indexes increased without no component index decreased. Of which, Long An has 05 component indexes that were improved very well, with high scores, 02 indexes with scores higher than 3 provinces in Top 3 (Quang Ninh, Da Nang, Dong Thap), including: the dynamism of the provincial government, legal institution, market entry, access to land, unofficial fees. However, Long An has five component indexes with the scores increased than 2016 but still much lower than those of 3 provinces in Top 3, such as: enterprise support services, time costs to implement the State regulations, government transparency, access to information, labor training, fair competition.
As for PAPI results in 2017, Long An province achieved 38.30 / 60 scores, ranking the 11th among 63 provinces / cities and ranking in the 1st group – the group with the highest scores nationwide (this group consists of 16 provinces/cities). Increased 11 levels compared to 2016.
The Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Pham Van Rach spoke at the conference
Spoke at the conference, the Secretary of Provincial Party Committee - Pham Van Ranh praised the achievements in improving the investment environment, support and development of enterprises of the province over the past time. Therefore, it is suggested that all branches and people's committees at all levels should carry out their duties with drastic requirements and continue to improve the investment, production and business environment.
On this occasion, the certificates of merit by the Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee were also awarded to 05 collectives and 04 individuals with good achievements in improving and raising the provincial competitiveness index.
Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Tran Van Can awarded the certificates of merit to 5 individuals with good achievements
Reported by TV
Translated by Lan Vy
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|Long An Province Socio-Economic Development Master Plan up to 2020 and vision to 2030||Long An Province Socio-Economic Development Master Plan up to 2020 and vision to 2030|
I. DEVELOPMENT ORIENTATIONS
1. Long An Province Socio-Economic Development Master Plan up to 2020 and vision to 2030 must suit the Socio-Economic Development Strategy of the country, Mekong River Delta Region Socio-Economic Development Master Plan; ensure to be synchronous and unified with the industry, sector planning.
2. Promote to the maximum the potentials and advantages of the province; exploiting and using effectively all resources for fast and sustainable socio-economic development and environmental protection; promoting the economic mechanism transition, increasing the growth rate and the competitiveness of the economy.
3. Developing the economy together with ensuring the social progress and justice, protecting the natural resources and environment to step by step increase the living standards of the people, reduce the number of poor households; developing health, culture, education and training. Focusing on training the high-quality human resource to meet the demands of the market, linking the human resource development with the development and application of science and technology.
4. Combining the economic development with the political security and social order protection; ensuring the security and national defense with the location of Long An located in the border region of Mekong River Delta region and in economic integration of Southeast Asia Region and the world.
II. DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES
1. General objectives
- Developing Long An to become the province with sustainable and harmonic development between the urban and rural areas; having hi-tech level, synchronous and modern infrastructure system; high-quality human resource; strong national defense-security, ensured social safety and order. Aiming at becoming an industrial province by 2020.
2. Particular objectives
- The average economic growth rate for period 2012 – 2030 reaches 12.5%/year in which increases to 13%/year for period 2012 - 2020.
- By 2015: the average GDP per capita reaches VND50 million/person/year (around USD2,400); the ratios of the agricultural, industrial and service sectors in the GDP are 28%, 41%, 31% respectively; the revenue for state budget in the province accounts for 10% GDP; the investment capital mobilized from the state budget accounts for 28.5%.
- By 2020: the average GDP per capita reaches VND 80 million/person/year (around USD3,800); the ratios of the agricultural, industrial and service sectors in the GDP are 15%, 45%, 40% respectively; the revenue for state budget in the province accounts for 10.8% GDP; the investment capital mobilized from the state budget accounts for 29.6%.
- Vision to2030: the average GDP per capita reaches VND172 million/person/year (around USD8,000); the ratios of the agricultural, industrial and service sectors in the GDP are 7%, 48%, 45% respectively; the revenue for state budget in the province accounts for 10.8% GDP; the investment capital mobilized from the state budget accounts for 29.6%.
- By 2015:
The natural population growth rate is below 1.2%; the percentage of malnourished children under 5 years is less than 16%; 100% commune health stations meet the standard and 90% communes meeting the national standard on health; providing compulsory preschool education for children of 5 years; 40% - 50% communes, towns, wards meeting the standards of compulsory high school education; 50% schools meeting national standards; the percentage of poor households in accordance with the national standards is less than 3%; the percentage of trained labor is 60%.
Aiming at the objective of 20% (about 36 communes) meet the criteria of new rural commune; 50% communes, wards, towns have the cultural and sports centers; 30% communes, wards, towns meet the cultural standards; 90% of urban households and 95% rural households can access hygienic water and 99.25% households can access power .
- By 2020:
Aiming at reducing the birth rate to 1.46%; the average life expectancy reaches 76 years; the percentage of malnourished children under 5 years is less than 12%; the number of patient bed/10,000 people is 20 beds; the minimum number of doctor/commune is 1 and 8 doctors/10,000 people;
The percentage of poor households in accordance with the national standards is 1%; the percentage of trained labor is 65%; the unemployment rate in urban areas is3%; the ratios of the labors in 3 areas of I, II, III are 28.1%, 37.8%, 34% respectively; the percentage of trained labors is 628,600 and jobs are created for 180,000 people;
The percentages of children going to school are as follows: 100% at primary schools, 95% at secondary schools, 70% at high schools. The percentage of schools meeting national standard is 70%; the number of people with college, university or higher degrees/1000 people is 170 people;
Aiming at the objective of 50% (about 83 communes) meets the criteria of new rural commune; 90% cultural houses at the provincial level; ensuring 100% of districts, city have the cultural, sports centers, 75% communes, wards, towns have the cultural, sports centers; 100% households can access hygienic water and 99.7% households can access power.
- Vision to 2030:
The birth rate reduces to 1.5%; the average life expectation is 78 years; the percentage of malnourished children under 5 years is less than 10%; the number of patient beds/10,000 people is 30 beds; the number of doctors/commune is 3 doctors at the maximum and 10 doctors/10,000 people.
The percentage of trained labors is 70%; the unemployment percentage in urban areas is 2%; the number of trained labors is 762,720 people and jobs are created for 190,000 people;
Aiming at the objective of 100% kindergartens meets national standards; the number of people with degree, university and higher degree/1000 people is 200 people; having 95% cultural houses at the provincial level.
c) Environmental protection:
- Ensuring the green coverage percentage by 2015 reaches 21% and maintained unitl 2020, 2030; increasing the forest coverage percentage to 15% in 2015 and 17%, 19% in 2020, 2030 respectively; the area impacted by the flood (flooding more than 1m) in 2015, 2020, 2030 is 25%, 23%, 20% respectively.
- Aiming at the objective of by 2015, 80% of domestic and industrial solid waste and 100% health solid waste are collected and treated; allocating 100% production establishments causing environment pollution out of the urban areas and residential areas; 100% enterprises commit to protect the environment.
- Raising the awareness of the community and strengthening the capacity for the relevant parties on environmental issues; protecting and exploiting in sustainable way the natural resources; reducing the population and environmental degradation.
- Ensuring the national defense, security, keeping the political stability, controlling the increase and gradually reducing the crimes and social evils.
III. DEVELOPMENT ORIENTATIONS OF SECTORS, INDUSTRIES
1.Developing agricultural, forestry and fishery sectors: Developing comprehensively aiming at producing high-quality products, protecting the ecological environment and following sustainable development. It is aimed at the average growth rate of 5.7%/year for period 2011 – 2020 and 4.8%/year by 2030; the ratios of the agricultural, forestry and fishery sectors are 82% - 4% - 14% respectively in 2020 and 78% - 6% - 16% respectively in 2030.
- Agriculture: defining rice as the key product to ensure the national food security; following intensive and specialized production, applying advanced technology, using high-quality varieties to increase the production value per unit of farming land and meet the demand of the markets; paying attention on the after-harvesting processing and increasing the quality of export rice. Increasing the production of key products of the province such as sugarcane, vegetables and fruits to meet the standards for domestic consumption and export; step by step controlling the diseases and ensuring the sustainable agricultural growth rate; conforming to the technology procedures in all phases including production, processing to consumption.
Developing animal breeding (pig, cow, livestock) with the suitable scale to meet the demand for domestic consumption; applying advanced breeding technology, producing high-quality products, ensuring food hygiene and safety; strictly controlling diseases and animal pollution from animal breeding activities.
- Forestry: maintaining and protecting the available forest resources to ensure the sustainable forest development; conserving the environment for the wild life, valuable and rare genes in combing with ecological tourism development, especially the specialized forests in which Dong Thap Muoi Region plays an important role in reducing the impacts of climate change and seawater rise. Protecting and issuing suitable policies to maintain the reasonable area of protective forests, combining the forest development with national security in border districts. Exploiting the forest resources reasonably, encouraging investment and production activities and sustainable forest development.
- Fishery: Developing the aquaculture activities in Dong Thap Muoi Region aiming at ecological environment control and protection. Studying to establish the suitable aquaculture models (clubs, cooperatives, economic organizations, farms etc.) to protect the benefits of the parties and promote the goods production; investing in developing the infrastructure to apply the technology in aquaculture.
2. Industrial development
- Developing the industry in sustainable way shall have the impacts on the agricultural and service sectors and become the socio-economic driving force for the province. Aiming at the growth rate of 14.2%/year in 2015, 14.4%/year in 2020 and 13.6%/year in 2030. Paying attention on developing the industries to diversify the products, industries with high percentage of high technology, green and clean criteria.
- Ensuring to provide the suitable infrastructure services for the development of sectors, international business activities; constructing high-quality industrial parks to call for foreign investments; establishing the industry development policies with clear and detailed implementation mechanism, promoting the available resources; ensuring to provide the trained and high-quality labor force at reasonable cost; developing the new sectors to create the key sectors for industrial development of the province in the general background of the industry development of Vietnam.
- Encouraging the industries in accordance with the policies of the province, supporting the existing industries in the South Key Economic Zone such as: high technology, knowledge industry, research and development, environment, new material-based industry, electronic and software production, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), energy batteries, power production system from hydro etc. developing the agricultural tool industry basing on the existing and relevant agricultural production sectors in the province.
-Focusing on developing quickly, effectively and investing in the infrastructure, attracting the investments into the existing industrial parks and complexes, linking with the construction of waste treatment works, ensuring the green and clean environment.
3.Trade, service and tourism development
Aiming at the growth rate of 17%/year by 2020 and 15.3%/year by 2030.
- Trade, service: developing high-quality and diversified services to meet the demands of the people; improving the infrastructure and services to provide the modern and convenient facilities for the users; balancing the service quality in urban and rural areas.
Developing urban centers with competitive capacity to provide the suitable services combined with space development. Establishing the service centers to exploite the advantage of being located in the gateway of Mekong River Delta Region and South Key Economic Zone. Improving the services serving for industrial development, urban service development such as logistics service, technology and information, utilities, market research, financial service etc.
- Tourism: Developing the comprehensive tourism system including information provision, infrastructure and transport service, high-quality accommodation, diversified cuisine; entertainment areas, high-quality serving human resource. Diversifying the tourism products, promoting the cooperation in tourism development with other provinces in the Region, especially with Ho Chi Minh city and provinces of Cambodia. Tourism development models: ecological tourism, trade village tourism with the cultural values etc.
4. Social sectors
a) Education and training:
- Continue to invest in physical facilities for the schools from kindergartens to universities, increasing the school, classroom network especially in rural, remote, border areas and auxiliary works serving for education and training and considered this as a priority objective of the Province.
- Increasing the qualifications and capacity of the teachers, improving the teaching and learning methods to meet the diversified demand in term of skills and quality as well as to create the legal background and promoting the internal forces for education development.
- Constructing the suitable vocational training structure to meet the demand of the economy, the training must be linked with job creation after training; diversifying the vocational training methods to improve the quality; paying attention on providing vocational training for rural labor, strengthening the network of the vocational schools; increasing the cooperation, association on training with other provinces in the country and foreign countries.
-Developing synchronously the health network; gradually improving the quality of the professional quality and ethics for medical staffs; modernizing the physical facilities, medical equipment, disease examination and treatment, prevention; upgrading the preventive health centers at district level; promoting the socialization to attract the investment capital in investing and constructing the clinics disease treatment associated with relaxation therapy;
- Paying attention on constructing the healty society, increasing the quality of the preventive health system, constructing the health care system for the people; increasing the effectiveness of health communication and education, environmental sanitation, food safety and hygiene;
-Aiming at the objective of implementing the universal health insurance and population, family planning policies, increasing the population quality.
c) Culture, Sports:
- Constructing the advanced, healthy culture with national identity, creating high-quality and typical cultural products of the province; focusing on establishing the synchronous cultural system at all levels, restoring the cultural, historical relics and preserving the traditional cultural values of the nations;
- Paying attention on developing the sports movements; paying attention on training, fostering high performance athletes; promoting the socialization, attracting the investments for physical facilities and increasing the physical education in the schools.
d) Poverty reduction, job creation and social security:
- Continue the investments into rural infrastructure, gradually finishing the necessary infrastructure such as schools, health stations, traffic roads, commune centers, power, water, irrigation systems for the poor commune and areas with economic difficulties. Developing rural economy, especially farm and household economy, rehabilitating and developing trade villages, developing labor-intensive small and medium-sized enterprises in rural areas; issuing the policies to serve for creating jobs and developing agricultural and fishery production.
e) Science and technology
- Increasing the management by standards and quality of the product and establishing the advanced quality control system; expanding the cooperation in science and technology; standardizing the key agricultural products of the province (rice, dragon fruits, peanut, shrimp etc.)
- Promoting the application of the achievements of science and advanced technology such as biological technology, after-harvesting technology, creating the innovation in varieties of plants, animals of high productivity and value; gradually mechanizing the agricultural production phases. Supporting the enterprises to innovate and apply the technologies at the traditional trade villages;
5. Infrastructure development:
- Developing the traffic infrastructure aiming at creating modern infrastructure and increase the connection with big urban centers, centers with high growth rates and the regions in the province; ensure the safe, effective transportation of the cargoes and passengers as well as protecting the environment and avoiding such issues as traffic jams, traffic accidents, air pollution; establishing the suitable organization mechanism and institution to create and manage the transportation network and transportation services effectively.
- Developing the traffic network (road and waterway) effectively with high competition and connecting with the regional traffic networks to create the conditions for Long An province to become the real gateway connecting Mekong River Delta region and the South Key Economic Zone; upgrading, improving the rural traffic roads, preventing floods and creating conditions for safe and smooth circulation of the means of transportation; developing the suitable public transport services to meet the demands of the people.
- Upgrading and improving the irrigation system in districts of Duc Hoa, Can Duoc and Can Giup to create the conditions for agricultural production; constructing the additional water receiving Canals from Phuoc Hoa Lake; studying to prepare the plan for exploiting the groundwater source; planning to exploit the water from Hong Ngu Canal to supply water for irrigation for the region between Vam Co Dong River and Vam Co Tay river.
c) Power supply
- Upgrading and constructing the power network synchronously, increasing the capacity of the substations to stabilize the power supply source; studying, constructing the power projects using other energy sources such as: wind, solar etc. at suitable locations;
-Developing the power distribution system to the industrial areas, complexes, tourism areas, residential areas and centralized production areas; gradually undergrounding the urban power system; focusing on rural power network development.
d) Water supply, drainage and environmental sanitation:
-Focussing the investments in upgrading and newly constructing the domestic water supply system for the urban areas to ensure the clean water demand for domestic and production activities of the people; for the rural areas, ensuring the access to hygienic water of the people; basing on the ability to mobilize the capital for each phase, preparing the plan for upgrading and expanding the water treatment plants, transmission and distribution network; implementing effectively the rural clean water and environmental sanitation programs.
- Constructing synchronously the drainage, wastewater collection and treatment systems, especially in urban areas, industrial complexes, preventing the flooding situation in urban areas; collecting and treating health solid waste at the hospitals, health stations; studying to construct the centralized landfills at the urban areas.
e) Information and communication
- Increasing the quality, diversifying the services, providing new services. Applying information technology in constructing the online communication system from the city to the districts
-Modernizing, expanding the network in combination with applying advanced technology in post and telecommunication sector; ensuring the information security to meet the socio-economic development demand.
6. Natural resource and environment protection
- Minimizing the environmental pollution in industrial, agricultural production, service and urban development; promoting the application of clean technology in economic sectors; improving the environmental depression and environmental quality; protecting the biodiversity and ecological environment.
-Managing and protecting strictly and effectively the natural resources, especially land, forest and minerals. Controlling closely the use and treatment of chemicals, pollutants at the business production establishment and households.
7. National defense and security.
- Strengthening the national defense and security; promoting the general strength of the entire political system to construct the people's national defense and security.
- Constructing and developing effectively the national defense methods, managing closely the prevention national defense force to ensure the quality and quantity; combining with the socio-economic development of the province in the development investment planning, plans, programs and projects.
IV. DEVELOPMENT SPACE ORGANIZATION ORIENTATIONS
1. Urban-Rural development
a) Urban development
- Developing the urban area linking Tan An-Ben Luc to support the effective transport and developing the urban areas along the corridor.
- Developing Duc Hoa Urban Area as the role of the service center of the Northeast Region; Can Giuoc Urban Area will be proposed to provide the services for ports (Hiep Phuoc and Long An) as well as the inland area; establishing Moc Hoa Urban Area to be the development center of Dong Thap Muoi Region, developing the border gate to provide the facilities for trade activities through the border.
- Strengthening and upgrading the urban areas such as Can Duoc, Tan Tru, Thu Thua, Hau Nghia, Dong Thanh, Thanh Hoa, Tan Hoa, Tan Hung and Vinh Hung.
b) Rural development
Developing the rural centers to link with: Thanh Hoa-Tan Thanh Urban Complex; Dong Thanh-Hau Nghia Urban Complex; Moc Hoa – Binh Hiep Urban Complex, ensuring the development of high-quality urban services to improve the living standards of the rural people.
Developing Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay ecological corridor, ensuring the water supply for domestic and production activities and serving for the transport of the province as well as creating opportunity for developing other ecological activities, meeting the demand of the urban, rural people and tourists.
2.Development of economic zones:
- Zone 1 (Food security, tourism and border gate economy zone): including the districts of Vinh Hung, Tan Hung, Moc Hoa, tan Thanh, Thanh Hoa, Chau Thanh and a part of Thu Thua district, where has the competitive advantage in agricultural production and tourist attraction.
Aiming at developing strongly agricultural, forestry, fishery sectors and ensuring the industrial development to serve for agriculture, rural development; developing services, industries at the border gate economic zones; developing ecological tourism; developing Moc Hoa Urban area to ensure the exchange of trade and service with Dong Thap Muoi Region and Tan An city.
-Zone 2 (Ecological Buffer Area): located between two rivers of Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay. This zone is defined as the area to protect Zone 1 from the impacts of the excessive urban and industrial development activities of Zone 3; creating the special landscape in terms of land use and combing the urban and rural features; reducing pollution for Vam Co Dong River and Vam Co Tay River and restoring the space for development orientation after 2020.
In the short run, Zone 2 is defined for agricultural development with the seasonal land fund for industrial development, ecological urban area, interprovincial transfer area. The center of the Zone is Thua Thua town to connect with many economic sub-regions of the province, connect the land border and sea port. Focusing on controlling the development of Zone 2 and only permitting the development in the planned areas along the roads and some other defined areas.
- Zone 3 (Urban and Industrial Development Zone) consists of Vam Co Dong River and districts of Duc Hoa, Ben Luc, Can Giuoc, Can Duoc and a part of Tan Tru district in the downstream, Tan An city and a part of Thu Thua district.
Aiming at urban development and general industry to create the central urban development corridor in Ben Luc-Tan An and typical industrial urban areas in Duc Hoa, Can Giuoc, Can Duoc.
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|Phu An Thanh Industrial Park & Sojitz sign cooperation to lure more hi-tech investors||Phu An Thanh Industrial Park & Sojitz sign cooperation to lure more hi-tech investors|
Phu An Thanh Industrial Park and Japanese-based Sojitz Corporation yesterday co-signed cooperation program with aim at luring more hi-tech investment projects.
Long An leaders witness the signing ceremony between Phu An Thanh Industrial Park and Sojitz Group
Secretary of Long An province Party Committee cum Chairman of the provincial People's Council Pham Van Ranh and Chairman of People's Committee Tran Van Can attended the event.
Chairman Can said Sojitz is the largest Japanese economic Corporation to invest in muti-fields in the province and has many experiences in attracting investment and supplying industrial park's high quality infrastructure services.
Long An authorities hoped that Sojitz would help call for more prestigous foreign investors to invest in Long An's Phu An Thanh Industrial Park, focusing on hi-tech fields to contribute environment protection and the provincial socioeconomic development.
Phu An Thanh Industrial Park covers an area of 692 hectares, locating at An Thanh Commune, Ben Luc District. Up to now, it has attracted 37 domestic & foreign investors with total investment capital up to VND 1trillion and US$ 204million and created over 4,000 jobs for local people.
General Director Tran Van Ngoc of Phu An Thanh Industrial Park shared the cooperation program between the park and Sojitz would increase more efficiency to lure more hi-tech investors, contributing to developing Long An's social economy./.
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|Long An attracted 5 investment projects in the industrial clusters in the first 9 months of 2018||Long An attracted 5 investment projects in the industrial clusters in the first 9 months of 2018|
From the beginning of the year to date, Industrial clusters in Long An province have received 5 investment projects (in 2 fields: mechanics and plastics) with the area of 3.3 hectares.
Up to now, the whole province has 19 operating industrial clusters with a total area of 904.3 hectares, has leased 586.6 hectares. Industrial clusters attracted 544 projects with a total investment capital of VND15,635 billion. Of these, these are 60 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects with total investment capital of USD 209 million. The occupancy rate of industrial clusters is 86.55%.
A production line of a fertilizer enterprise in Tan An City's industrial cluster
In the first nine months of 2018, the provincial People's Committee has set up six industrial clusters covering an area of 379.6 hectares including Hoang Gia, Dua Hoa Dong, Thanh Yen, My Kim, Tan Dong Tien and Tan My.
Besides, the Long An Department of Industry & Trade has proposed People's Committee to establish two more An Long and Tu Phuong industrial clusters. As per result, Long An has now total 40 industrial clusters covering 1,908 hectares.
Reported by Gia Han
Translated by Lan Vy
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|Leaders of Long An province always accompany enterprises||Leaders of Long An province always accompany enterprises|
On the afternoon of October 12th, 2017, a meeting of entrepreneurs operating in Long An province was held on the occasion of Vietnamese Business Day, October 13th.
Secretary of the provincial Party Committee – Pham Van Ranh was authorized to award the second-class Labor Medal of the State President to the representative of Long An Printing Joint Stock Company and Tan Dong Tien Joint Stock Company
Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can noted and praised the achievements and contributions of the entrepreneur community for the province's general development in the recent years. Over the past time, the entrepreneur and business community in the province has a relative good developments in both number and scale, contributing greatly to the socio-economic development of the province.
Up to now, there are more than 9,342 enterprises operating with total registered capital of VND 223,491 billion in the province. In addition, the province also granted certificate of investment for over 1,411 domestic investment projects with total registered capital of VND 155,368 billion and 863 foreign investment projects with total capital of USD 5,469 million.
Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee – Do Huu Lam was authorized to award the Prime Minister's Certificate of Merit to four individuals of Long An Garment Export Joint Stock Company
The provincial leaders pledged to create a favorable and healthy investment and business environment for enterprises to develop stably and sustainably. In addition, the leaders would like that Long An entrepreneurs shall further innovate technologies, machinery, equipment, expand the market, change and create, enhance competitiveness and develop trademark, etc.
On this occasion, Long An Printing Joint Stock Company and Tan Dong Tien Joint Stock Company were awarded the second-class Labor Medal of the State President; 4 individuals of Long An Garment Export Joint Stock Company were awarded the Prime Minister's Certificate of Merit.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by Lan Vy
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|Long An’s tourism industry gets ready to become key economic contributor||Long An’s tourism industry gets ready to become key economic contributor|
Long An Province has the advantage of location, serving as a a bridge between Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta region. It also shares a western border with Cambodia via Binh Hiep international border gate.
Tourists visit Tan Lap floating village.
The province has a great tourism potential with destinations, including Tan Lap floating village, Dong Thap Muoi Pharmaceutical Development and Conservation Research Center, Lang Sen Wetland Reserve, Co Son Pagoda, historical site of Vam Nhut Tao, Ong Ban Quy Temple and other historical sites and amusement parks.
Lang Sen Wetland Reserve
River cruise on Vam Co Tay and Vam Co Dong rivers will give travelers an opportunity to enjoy tropical fruit orchard gardens and discover the everyday life of the Mekong Delta region.
Chau Thanh dragon fruits
Visitors coming to Long An will have also a chance to enjoy special dishes, such as Grilled Snakehead Fish, Duc Hoa peanut, Chau Thanh dragon fruit, Nang Thom rice in Cho Dao, De wine and among.
Grilled Snakehead Fish
Visitor Nguyen Van Hoang from Binh Dinh province said that he is impressive with natural landscape in Tan Lap floating village and Long An's De wine.
Meanwhile countryside dishes, team building activities and peaceful space in Tan Lap floating village attract Nguyen Thi Minh Thu, a student of the Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
According to statistics, Long An received more than 510,000 visitors, including over 7,100 international tourists from the beginning of this year to the middle of August.
With rapidly rising arrivals in recent years, Long An province has focused on turning the tourism industry to become a key economic contributor.
Long An province has focused on developing and promoting ecotourism; cultural and religious attractions; and offering tourist products for holidays and weekends./.
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|Long An leader requires Kien Tuong town to focus on commerce-service||Long An leader requires Kien Tuong town to focus on commerce-service|
Long An province Party Committee secretary and People’s Council chairman Pham Van Ranh required Kien Tuong town to focus on developing commerce-services, border trade and industry at a meeting on November 1.
Border trade is one of the fields which Long An province Party Committee secretary Pham Van Ranh requires Kien Tuong town to develop
In addition, the town should pay attention to developing hi-tech farming and product consumption connectivity chains.
According to Mr. Ranh, despite lots of efforts having been made, the town has not promoted its development potentials.
Secretary of Kien Tuong Party Committee informs of implementation of the committee's resolution in the first nine months of 2018
Reporting some achievements obtained in the first ten months of 2018, Kien Tuong town's representative said that production value reached VND3.2 trillion, accounting for 84.8 percent plan. Budget revenue was estimated to hit VND444.7 billion.
Social welfare polices were ensured. National defense and security were stable. The town efficiently implemented breakthrough programs and completed some major works.
Kien Tuong Trade and Service Center is among three major works that Kien Tuong has built and put into operation
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|Thanh Hoa district||Thanh Hoa district|
Thanh Hoa district is located in the Northwest of Long An Province with the natural area of 46,837.28 ha and the population of 55,439 people according to the census up to 21/5/2013, about 36 km away from Tan An City to the North following National Highway No. 62. Thanh Hoa district has the administrative borders with the North adjoining to Cambodia, the Northeast adjoining to Duc Hue district, the South adjoining to Tien Giang Province, the West adjoining to Moc Hoa district, the Southwest adjoining to Tan Thanh district, the East adjoining to Thu Thua district.
Thanh Hoa is a district in Dong Thap Muoi region where is annually impacted by the floods. The establishment and socio-economic development of Thanh Hoa district is closely linked to reclamation and immigration and construction of new economic region in Dong Thap Muoi. The infrastructure is still limited and not synchronous which results in considerable difficulties for the socio-economic development of the district. According to the geographical and economic region classification of Long An province, Thanh Hoa belongs to Sub-Zone IV (including Thanh Hoa, Bac Thu Thua and a part of Tan Thanh district). The main tasks assigned to the distrist is developing agriculture-forestry-fishery, in particularly: stabilizing the production of 2-crop rice (Winter-Spring and Spring-Autumn), rotation production of rice-jute, forestry (indigo) and fresh aquaculture.
Thanh Hoa district has 11 communes-town in which Thanh Hoa town is the center of the district and communes of Thuy Dong, Thuy Tay, Tan Dong, Tan Tay, Thanh Phuoc, Thanh Phu, Thuan Nghia Hoa, Thuan Binh, Tan Hiep, Thanh An (newly established according to the Decree No. 50/2003/NĐ-CP by the Government on the basis of being separated from Thuy Tay commune).
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|Long An: Foreign information in international integration||Long An: Foreign information in international integration|
Maintaining the policy of developing diplomatic relations with other countries, Long An has a variety of appropriate foreign affairs activities with many localities of other countries in order to promote economic and cultural exchanges.
Long An International Port goes into operation, contributing to exploitation of the provincial economic potential and development advantages (Photo: Prime Minister – Nguyen Xuan Phuc visits Long An International Port on the occasion of Investment Promotion Conference in 2016). Photo: MHD
Ceremony of signing Memorandum of friendship relations establishment between Long An province and Trat province, Thailand in Bangkok. Photo: SNV
Vice Chairman of provincial People's Committee – Le Tan Dung gives souvenir to the Cambodian People's Party Central Committee's members, Senior Minister and Minister of Rituals and Religions - Him Chhem in the visit of the delegation of Ministry of Rituals and Religions, Kingdom of Cambodia (July 2017). Photo: H. Anh
The provincial delegation takes photo at the headquarters of Ministry of Industry and Commerce, India in September 2015. Photo: SNV
Long An delegation visits Hanoi-Moscow Multifunction complex. Photo: SNV
The meeting between Long An province and the delegation of Chungcheongnam-do Enterprise Support and International Cooperation Department (South Korea) discussed the cooperation direction between the two provinces in the coming time. Photo: Hung Anh
Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Nguyen Van Duoc, participates in the local promotion delegation in the US (from July 08th to 17th, 2017), taking photo with Governor of Virginia state - Mc Auliffe. Photo: SNV
Secretary of provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Council – Pham Van Ranh exchanges with the leaders of Hyogo province (Japan). Photo: SNV
Reported by Long An
Translatedby Lan Vy
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|Rice festival & hi-end agricultural exhibition takes place in June||Rice festival & hi-end agricultural exhibition takes place in June|
The first rice festival 2018 and Hi-end Agriculture exhibition themed “Hi-end traditional agriculture” will take place in the Mekong Delta province of Long An from June 15 to 20.
Long An leaders hope to promote the province's images through the event
The event aims to introduce and promote hi-end agricultural products in Long An and its localities.
It is also chance for domestic and international cooperatives, enterprises to meet and exchange experience; seeking investment cooperation and promoting their brand names.
The event includes many activities such as exhibition, seminars of smart agriculture – goal and solution and other contests…
The five- day event will take place at Tan An City's Park and co-launched by Department of Trade & Industry and Department of Agriculture & Rural Development, Tinh Tu Exhibition & Communications Co.Ltd.
Deputy Chairman of Long An People's Committee Nguyen Van Duoc said the event is also opportunity to promote Long An's images in integration & development period to people in the country and international visitors therefore the provincial leaders will create favorable conditions for the organizers./.
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|Long An: Consumer Price Index in May increased by 0.34%||Long An: Consumer Price Index in May increased by 0.34%|
Compared to the previous month, Among 11 major commodity and service groups have increased in price indexes: Traffic has the highest increase of 1.54%; beverages and cigarettes rose 1.2%; food and catering services rose by 0.33%; housing, utilities, fuel and building materials rose 0.21%; equipment and household appliances by 0.13%; garment, footwear and footwear rose by 0.06%; Other goods and services increased by 0.06%. Culture, entertainment and tourism decreased by 0.11%. Three groups of stabilizers: drugs and medical services, telecommunications and education.
Consumer Price Index (CPI) in May 2018 in Long An province increased 0.34% over the previous month, up 3.09% over the same period last year.
Main reasons for increasing CPI: Petrol, oil price increased 3.05%, oil increased 4.96%, gas price increased 2.31% according to the world market; pork prices rose by 1.14% after the devaluation, fresh vegetables by 3.2%, etc. Also, there are some reasons to curb CPI: the price of some foods such as beef reduced 0.53%, eggs decreased 2.68%, some fruits fell due to the harvest season.
Reported by Dinh Huy
Translated by Lan Vy
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|In February 2019, Long An welcomed more than 450,000 visitors||In February 2019, Long An welcomed more than 450,000 visitors|
Just after the Lunar New Year, the number of visitors to Long An increased many times over the same period in 2018.
Happyland entertainment area has many activities to attract tourists
According to Long An Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in February 2019, tourists to Long An reached more than 450,000 people, increased 9 times over the same period of 2018. Of which, international visitors reached 2,500 turns of people, revenue reached VND 135 billion, increased more than 100% over the same period of 2018.
Vice Director of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism – Nguyen Thanh Thanh said that, after the Lunar New Year, tourists manly visited ecological tourism sites, cultural and historical relics of the province, especially the number of visitors to Happyland tourism area soared.
With its position as the Western gateway and the vast area of Dong Thap Muoi, Long An is a relatively new destination for near and far tourists./.
Reported by Minh Dang
Translated by Lan Vy
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|Long An exports agricultural products abroad||Long An exports agricultural products abroad|
Referring to Long An agricultural products available in the world market, we cannot forget dragon fruit. Currently, the province has over 10,300 hectares dragon fruit with the annual output of over 200,000 tons. Dragon fruit is mainly supplied to Chinese market (80%), other markets: Japan, Thailand, USA, Australia, etc. account for about 5%, and the rest is consumed in the country.
In addition fruit, banana is also entering the fastidious Japanese market. Director of Huy Long An Co., Ltd (Duc Hue district). Currently, total output of banana in Tay Ninh and Long An is over 4,000 tons/year, of which 40% is exported to Japan. In addition to Japanese market, the Company also exports this fruit to China and Malaysia, while is negotiating to sell to Korea.
Long An rice comes to the international market
In addition, rice is also a popular item in the world. Currently, there are 21 enterprises which are allowed to export rice in the province. From beginning of 2018 to present, rice export enterprises bought 815,000 tons of paddy, up 4% over the same period in 2017.
Banana is also one of exported agricultural products of Long An
Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Pham Van Canh said that the producers should change the thinking of production by movement to by cooperation, association, and complying with guidelines of functional agencies on the implementation of planning and safety production procedures. Besides, encouraging activities of innovation, creativity and application of science and technology to production and business, enhancing material and technical investment for research, and transferring science and technology must also be performed./.
Reported by Huynh Phong
Translated by Lan Vy
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|Long An innovates investment promotion activities to attract investors||Long An innovates investment promotion activities to attract investors|
Investment promotion activities in Long An province have made good use of the advantages of the province and brought practical effects such as: Long An province and Hyogo province (Japan) signed a Joint Statement on investment, trade, tourism, education cooperation; Long An signed a cooperation agreement with Chungcheongnam province (Korea) on socio-economic development; MOU signed with Sacramento City Government (USA) on cooperation in promoting investment, trade, tourism and human resource training; etc.
Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Nguyen Van Duoc (left) and leaders of some departments visit Sapporo Vietnam Beer Co., Ltd (Viet Hoa Industrial Park, Duc Hoa 3)
In the first 9 months of 2018, the province received 59 projects with foreign investment capital totaling USD 306.97 million. So far, there are 941 projects of 38 countries and territories investing in the province, with the registered investment capital of USD 5,950 million, of which 576 projects have been put in operation with a total investment capital of USD 3.614 million.
In order to attract investors to the province, in the coming time, the province will continue to implement administrative reform, and drastically and effectively carry out measures to improve the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) and Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI); continue to renovate investment promotion activities, considering investment efficiency in Long An as the best motivation of investment promotion.
Reported by Thanh Tuyen
Translated by Lan Vy
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|Long An Province Health System ||Long An Province Health System |
Up to 8/2013, there are 20 hospital in the province, in which:
- 03 provincial hospitals (Provincial General Hospital (900 patient beds), Traditional Medicine Hospital (110 beds), Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Hospital (70 beds) – 3 Region General Hospitals (Hau Nghia Region General Hospital (250 beds), Dong Thap Muoi Region General Hospital (140 beds), Can Giuoc Region General Hospital (250 beds).
- 14 health stations and clinics at district level including:
* Ben Luc Health Center (120 beds).
* Can Duoc Health Center (100 beds).
* Duc Hue Health Center (90 beds).
* Thu Thua Health Center (70 beds).
* Chau Thanh Health Center (80 beds).
* Tan Tru Health Center (80 beds).
* Thanh Hoa Health Center (90 beds).
* Tan Thanh Health Center (80 beds).
* Tan Hung Health Center (110 beds).
* Vinh Hung Health Center (90 beds).
* Duc Hoa Clinic (40 beds).
* Huynh Viet Thanh Clinic (25 beds).
* Go Den Clinic (35 beds).
* Rach Kien Clinic (50 beds).
- Health stations: 192/192 communes, wards, towns have the health stations
- 15/15 districts, towns, city have the Population and Family Planning Center
- The total number of health staffs, personnel: 5,011 persons.
- The ratio of doctor/ten thousand people: 5 doctors/ten thousand people.
- The ratio of pharmacists of university degree/ten thousand people: 0.32 pharmacists of university degree/ten thousand people.
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