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Potentials and development orientation of localities
Thứ 3, Ngày 17/03/2015, 10:50
Can Giuoc District
17/03/2015
Can Giuoc is a district in the downstream at the Southeast of Long An province with the North adjoining to Binh Chanh district-Ho Chi Minh city; the East adjoining to Nha Be District and Can Gio District-Ho Chi Minh City; the South and the Southwest adjoining to Can duoc District; the West adjoining to Ben Luc district. Can Giuoc is located in the outer ring road of the Key Economic Zone of the South and is the gateway of Ho Chi Minh city to Mekong River Delta Region provinces following National Highway No. 50, from the East Sea through Soai Rap river and the waterway for trade exchange with the provinces in the South. Can Giuoc District has the natural area of 21,019.80 ha, population of 186,286 people according to the census up to 21/5/2013.

The entire district has 1 town and 16 communes in which Can Giuoc town is the economic, cultural and social center of the entire district. The remaining administrative units are communes of Phuoc Ly, Long Thuong, Phuoc Hau, My Loc, Phuoc Lam, Thuan Thanh, Long Hau, Tan Kim, Truong Binh, Long An, Phuoc Lai, Phuoc Vinh Tay, Long Phung, Dong Thanh, Phuoc Vinh Dong and Tan Lap.

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LONG AN PORTAL
Line Agency: People's Committee of Long An Province
Standing agency: The People's Committee Office​
Direct instruction: Chief of Staff of the People's Committee​​
Address: 61 Nguyen Hue, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province
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License No. 01 / GP-TTDT-STTTT dated March 3, 2015 - Department of Information and Communications