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Introduction - Potentials and development orientation of localities
 
Chau Thanh district shares borders with Tan An City, about 12 km away from the city center, 52 km following National Highway No. 1A and 42 km following National Highway No. 50 away from Ho Chi Minh city. The North of the district adjoins to Tan Tru District sharing the borders with Vam Co Tay River; the South adjoins to Cho Gao district and Go Cong Tay District of Tien Giang province; the East adjoins to Can Duoc district with the administrative border of Vam Co river; the West adjoins to Chau Thanh district, Tien Giang province. Chau Thanh district has the total natural area of 15,087.83 ha, and population of 107,840 people according to the census up to 21/5/2013.  
 
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.  
 
Tan Thanh district is located in the North of Long An Province with the natural area of 42,555.26 ha, and population of 84,167 according to the census up to 21/5/2013 and about 45 km away from Tan An City to the North following National Highway No. 62. Tan Thanh district has the borders as follows: The North adjoins to Moc Hoa district, the East adjoins to Thanh Hoa district, the West adjoins to Dong Thap Muoi province, the South adjoins to Tien Giang province.  
 
Kien Tuong town has the natural area of 20,428.20 ha and population of 64,589 people. Kien Tuong Town has the 8 administrative units including ward 1, ward 2, ward 3, and communes of Tuyen Thanh, Thanh Hung, Binh Hiep, Binh Tan and Thanh Tri. 
 
Moc Hoa district is located in the transition of the Pleitocene ground and the upstream of Mekong River Delta Region, therefore, there are two main kinds of soils of alum soil and grey soil along Vietnam-Cambodia border.  
 
Vinh Hung District is located in the Northwest of Long An Province with the total natural area of 38,472.90 ha and the population of 51,827 people according to the census up to 21/5/2013. The district is divided into 10 administrative units (9 communes and 1 town). Vinh Hung district shares borders with 2 districts of Long An province and Cambodia, in particular as follows: the North and the Northeast adjoin to Cambodia, the Southeast adjoins to Moc Hoa district-Long An Province, the West and Southwest adjoins to Tan Hung district – Long An province. 
 
Tan Hung District is located in the Northwest of Long An Province, the North of Cambodia with the border line of 15.22km, in the boundaries of 3 communes of Hung Dien, Hung Dien B and Hung Ha, the South adjoining to Tan Thanh District, Moc Hoa, the East adjoining to Vinh Hung district, the West adjoining to Dong Thap Province. 
 
 
  
  
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Until the end of 2004, roadways in province was 1.698km, in which asphalt roads were 474km, accounting for 27,9%, gravel roads were 1053km (62%), other kinds of roads were 171km (10,1%) (excluding rural roads).

​/. Road traffic :

Until the end of 2004, roadways in province was 1.698km, in which asphalt roads were 474km, accounting for 27,9%, gravel roads were 1053km (62%), other kinds of roads were 171km (10,1%) (excluding rural roads). Total length of bridge was 15.799 m long/346 bridges, in which concrete bridges were 7.099 md/123 bridges, girder bridges were 6812 md/194 bridges, others were 1889 md/29 bridges. Density of road by area increased from 0,198 Km/Km2 in 1991 to 0,285 Km/Km2 in 2000 and 0,359 km/Km2 in 2004.

Density of road by population increased from 0,667 Km/1.000 persons in 1991 to 0,957 Km/1000 person in 2000 and 1,130 km/1000 person in 2004.

 

In general, roadways system is prioritized to invest, helping actively to develop production and improve living standard of population. However, there also remain some roads not satisfying the demand of transportation, lacking of synchronism between roads and bridges, not forming uninterrupted branches of roads.

 

Most of the Southern communications network has not been increased, mainly improved, upgraded and expanded, except some rural roads. In Nothern region, the communications network has developed rapidly, contributing to reclaimation, reallocation of population. To date, traffic roads are, however, quite scattered in this region, province road only has some roads just for cars, branches of roads accessible to residential clusters have not been built yet. Therefore this has influenced to travel and organization of life of rural people.

 

At present, the system of bridges and roads have been built synchronously in term of capacity in most of main roads from province to district and roads to industrial zones. However, there still remain some roads with low-capacity bridges, constraining the development of cargo transportation.

 

In recent years, although border belt ways have been invested, they are mainly small-scale rural roads, asynchronous bridge roads, inluencing to the national defense and smuggling fighting.

 

In recent years, the construction of rural transportation has become a big movement, combining from the budget and contribution of population. At present, 156 over 188 communes have car roads to the center (accounting for 83%), 32 communes under 7 districts do not have car roads to center, including 18 roads with total length of 126 km and 140 bridges/6637m long.

 

In recent years, the investment in traffic industry has been constantly increased. However, the annual budget for maintenance is low. Therefore the roads are degrading quickly. According to economists, it is necessary for capital given priority to maintain other than to invest in building. It will bring socio-economic efficiency.

 

In recent years, the roadways system has been considered and invested by the province, but in general it is not extensive and synchronous, influencing to the investment attraction and socio-economic development of province.

 

2/.Waterway traffic:

 

Since 1995, the waterways network has not increased, with scale of 2.559 km. Density of waterways by area was 0,59 Km/Km2 and by population was 1,8 Km/ten thousand of people with main waterways of Vam Co river, Vam Co Dong, Vam Co Tay, Rach Cat river . . .

 

Besides, on rural waterways, especially districts in Dong Thap Muoi, people can travel by boats from house to house, from region to region and boats are the main means of transport, means of living of many families in Dong Thap Muoi. Communes where do not have car roads to center will travel by waterways.

 

However, the waterways network, at present, still depends mainly on natural advantage, not developing the existing potentials, lacking in support system such as marking buoy, local waterways signal. The phenomena of appropriation of flow and way of boats, breach of protective corridors of local waterways such as construction of house and building materials yard, holding a market, etc. have not controlled properly. Many waterways have had great siltation through development in many years but they have not dredged and influenced to travel capacity of means.

 

Long An has great potentials of waterways but they are difficulties and obstacles for building road traffic.


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Long An province signs a cooperation agreement with Sacramento City – USALong An province signs a cooperation agreement with Sacramento City – USA
With the consent of the Party Central Committee’ Secretariat and implementing the province’s foreign affair program in 2018 that has been approved by the Prime Minister, on May 24th, 2018, comrade Pham Van Ranh – Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the People’s Council and the delegation of Long An province visited and worked in Sacramento City, California State, the United States.

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The Mayor, Mr. Darrel Steinberg and the secretary of provincial Party Committee, Pham Van Ranh (right)

In the spirit of sincerity and friendship, on behalf of the Sacramento City Government, the Mayor Darrel Steinberg expressed his pleasure to welcome the delegation of Long An province.

Mr. Pham Van Ranh expressed his gratitude for the warm and respect welcome of the Mayor and his colleagues for the delegation, and generally informed of the location and role of Long An in the key economic zone in the South as well as in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, highlighted the socio-economic achievements and redundant land for development of the province.

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The signing ceremony of Memorandum of Understanding between the two localities

At the end of the talks, Mr. Pham Van Ranh and the delegation witnessed the signing ceremony of Memorandum of Understanding between the Mayor of Sacramento City, Mr. Darrel Steinberg with the Vice Chairman of Long An People's Committee, Mr. Nguyen Van Duoc.

Accordingly, the two sides agreed to create all favorable conditions for the development of trade, promoting the investment from Sacramento City in Long An province in the fields of hi-tech agriculture, industry, solar energy; at the same time, making efforts to promote economic cooperation through trade, tourism, human resource training, etc. activities between the two localities.

It can be said that, this is an important event, opening up a new prospect for strengthening cooperation between the government and people of Sacramento City (USA) and Long An province (Vietnam), enriching and diversifying the province's foreign affair activities, contributing to strengthening of the friendly and cooperative relationship on the basic of respect for independence, sovereignty, equality and mutual benefit between the two countries in the new integration and development period.

On this occasion, the delegation conducted the investment promotion and witnessed the signing of investment cooperation between businesses in Long An province and the United States in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland Cities on the fields of preservation and processing of agricultural products, hi-tech electronics, solar power and survey of waste treatment technology./.

Reported by Nguyen Ba Luan

  Translated by Lan Vy ​

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Ecological environmentEcological environment
 Environmental reality:
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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Brackish water and ground water resources  Brackish water and ground water resources 
The large river system of Long An province connecting with Tien river and Vam Co rivers system is important loading ways and drainage for production as well as for daily life of people.

Vam Co Dong river starts from Cambodia, through Tay Ninh province and to Long An province: area of basin of 6.000 km2, the length through province of 145 km, the depth of 17 - 21 m. Thanks to water source passed from Dau Tieng lake with the flow of 18,5 m3/s, it supplements the irrigation for Duc Hue, Duc Hoa, Ben Luc districts and reduces the process of salinization of Vam Co Dong river through Soai Rap estuary. Vam Co Dong river connects with Vam Co Tay through horizontal channels and connects with Sai Gon, Dong Nai rivers by Thay Cai, An Ha, Rach Tra channels, Ben Luc river.

Vam Co Tay river with the length through province is 186 km, water source is mainly received from Tien river through Hong Ngu channel, satisfying the demand of irrigation for agricultural production and daily life of people.

Vam Co river with 35 km long, 400 m wide, emptying into Soai Rap estuary and flowing to the East Sea is the confluence of Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay rivers.

Rach Cat river (Can Giuoc River) situated in Long An province is 32 km long, with a small water flow in dry season and poor water quality due to receiving waste water source from urban area - Ho Chi Minh City, having a great effect on production and daily life of people.

In general, surface water source of Long An is not abundant, the quality of water is inappropriate in certain respects. Therefore, it does not meet the requirement of production and life.

According to assessment, reserves of ground water of Long An are not abundant and their quality is different and quite poor. Most of ground water source is in the depth from 50 - 400 meters under 2 horizones, Pliocene – Miocene.

However, the ground water source of province has many useful minerals which are exploited and served for daily life of people in the whole country.

In heavy rain or flood, with hurricane tide, it has often occurred flood in regions along the banks of river, especially lowland. To exploit efficiently surface water resource in Long An, in addition to channel expansion to create source, it is necessary to build more conservatoires in places where do not have sources.

In future, it is necessary to specify the reserves of ground water source, location, the reproductive capacity to have plan on effective and sustainable exploitation and use.​​​

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Long An attracted 5 investment projects in the industrial clusters in the first 9 months of 2018Long 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%.

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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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Long An and Tay Ninh strengthen the socio-economic development cooperationLong An and Tay Ninh strengthen the socio-economic development cooperation
On September 28th, 2018, the People’s Committee of Long An province held a preliminary conference to implement the socio-economic development cooperation program of Long An and Tay Ninh provinces in the period 2009-2018. The conference was chaired by Secretary of Long An provincial Party Committee – Pham Van Ranh and Secretary of Tay Ninh provincial Party Committee – Tran Luu Quang.

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Scene of the conference

In the last 10 years, Long An province and Tay Ninh province implemented the socio-economic development cooperation program in the fields such as transportation, industry, trade and service, agriculture, education and training, culture, sports and tourism, science and technology, and security and national defense.

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Chairmen of the provincial People's Committees of Long An and Tay Ninh provinces sign a cooperation agreement on socio-economic development in Long An and Tay Ninh provinces in te period 2018-2025

Accordingly, leaders of the two provinces agreed on the contents of association and cooperation in the period 2018-2025, focusing on the fields such as: cooperation on comprehensive development of agriculture and rural areas; cooperation and experience exchange on solutions to raise the quality, efficiency and competitiveness of the provinces' key industrial products; cooperation to invest in the roads currently connecting the two provinces, etc.

Speaking at the conference, Secretary of Long An provincial Party Committee – Pham Van Ranh believed that the socio-economic development cooperation program between Long An province and Tay Ninh province in the period 2018-2025 would continue to achieve many positive results, contributing to the socio-economic development and raising the position of the two provinces.​

Reported by NT

Translated by Lan Vy

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Long An and Binh Duong cooperate for investmentLong An and Binh Duong cooperate for investment
On April 15th, former President – Truong Tan Sang; Standing Deputy Prime Minister –Truong Hoa Binh; Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the People’s Council of Long An province – Pham Van Ranh; Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee of Binh Duong province – Tran Van Nam, and leaders of departments, branches and enterprises of Long An and Binh Duong provinces attended the Investment Cooperation Conference between the two provinces held in Can Giuoc district (Long An province).

On this occasion, the delegation actually visited Long An International Port in Tan Tap commune, Can Giuoc district. General Director of Long An Industrial Park Joint Stock Company – Ho Minh Tuan provided the delegations with information about Long An International Port project. Long An International Port project has a scale of 1,935 hectares which is divided into 4 projects, including: Industrial park, Industrial service, urban residential area, and seaport. With the investment of synchronous and modern infrastructure, leaders of Long An Industrial Park Joint Stock Company hope to call for investors as well as partners to invest in the port more.​​

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Leaders and departments, branches of the two provinces will coordinate to support enterprises in the process of project implementation

At the conference, the leaders of Long An and Binh Duong provinces agreed to cooperate between the two provinces. In particular, Binh Duong province, with its strengths in industrial, service and urban development, will support Long An province in calling for investment and implementation of investment projects on infrastructure, industry, service and urban sector. Long An will support investors in the process of land clearance, resolving legal procedures, speeding up the progress of investment in infrastructure, especially the infrastructure connecting key industrial parks.

The leaders of the two provinces also said that, Becamex IDC Corporation and Long An Industrial Park Joint Stock Company need a breakthrough to remove difficulties to accelerate the project progress; leaders and departments, branches of the two parties should coordinate to support enterprises in the implementation of this project./.

Reported by Phuong Canh-That Huy

  Translatedby Lan Vy​

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Long An: Industrial parks and clusters – The basis of economic developmentLong An: Industrial parks and clusters – The basis of economic development
Over the years of formation and development, the industrial parks and clusters in the province are gradually promoting their strength, attracting many investors. Therefore, investment capital in these continuously increases, becoming the foundation in the process of socio-economic development of the province.

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There are more and more enterprises investing in production and business in the industrial parks

There is currently 28 industrial parks with an area of more than 10,557 hectares and 34 industrial clusters with an area of 1,954 hectares in the whole province. According to the provincial People's Committee's assessment, there is a variety of industrial parks and clusters invested in synchronous infrastructure, becoming an attractive destination for investors.

In eight months of 2017, the Industrial parks in the province have attracted 83 new projects, including 44 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects and 39 domestic direct investment (DDI) projects with the total new investment of USD 77.4 million and VND 3,695 billion. Therefore, from the formation of industrial parks until the end of August 2017, the industrial parks have attracted 1,263 projects (540 FDI projects and 723 DDI projects).

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There are more and more enterprises put into operation, therefore, revenue and contribution to the State budget of enterprises are increasingly higher

Long An continues to invest in and complete infrastructural projects, especially traffic infrastructure for industrial development in key economic districts, performing traffic routes to connect to Ho Chi Minh City. In addition, the province continues to implement the Government's policy on improving investment environment, enhancing competitiveness and promoting business support; timely resolves recommendations, removes obstacles to promote enterprises' production and business.

Reported by Mai Huong

Translatedby Lan Vy​

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Long An innovates investment promotion activities to attract investorsLong 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.

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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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Salt water intrusionSalt water intrusion
Intruding salt water source into Long An is mainly from the East Sea through Soai Rap estuary due to the semidiurnal tide regime.

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.

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THUAN DAO INDUSTRIAL PARK, BEN LUC, LONG ANTHUAN DAO INDUSTRIAL PARK, BEN LUC, LONG AN
Location: Ben Luc town, Ben Luc district, Long An province.

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Contact: www.thuandao.com
Distance to traffic hubs

1. From the Industrial Park (IP) to

Center of Ho Chi Minh City: 21 km.

Phu My Hung urban area – Dist. 7, HCM City: 18 km (20 mins)

Green City, Tan An City – Long An: 20 km (20 mins)
2. Road:

National Road 1A => the IP: 0.8 km

Highway of HCMC – Trung Luong => the IP: 2 km

Belt Road 4 => the IP: 2 km

Belt Road 3 (Highway Ben Luc 

Long Thanh) => the IP: 5 km
3. Waterway & Port system:

Vam Co river: 200m in width, 12 – 20m in depth

Bourbon and Hoang Tuan ports: away from the IP 500m, vessel of 5,000 DWT, capacity of 550,000 ton/year

Long An International seaport: far from the IP 28 km – vessel of 50,000 – 70,000 DWT; capacity in 2020: 15 million ton/year

Hiep Phưoc seaport 

Tp. HCM: far from the IP 30 km (road) – vessel of 50,000 – 70,000 DWT, capacity of 200 million ton/year

Cat Lai port – Tp. HCM: far from the IP 35 km, capacity of 70 million ton/year
4. Airway: 

Tan Son Nhat Airport – Tp HCM: away from the IP 20 km; capacity: 23 million passengers/year and 600,000 ton of commodities/year

Long Thanh International Ariport – Dong Nai: far from the IP 45 km (Highway of Ben Luc – Long Thanh); capacity of 100 million passengers/year and 5 million ton of commodities/year.

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STRENGTHS1. Convenient location: Thuan Dao Industrial Park locates at the center of Ben Luc town, Ben Luc district, Long An province.
Long An is considered as a "backyard" of Ho Chi Minh city and is the key and only trading gateway between the two major economic zones of the South and Mekong Delta.
2. Transportation advantages:
Thuan Dao Industrial Park is a hub for the national traffic system (road, airline, waterway and railway) easily and conveniently such as:
- Road: National Road 1A, Belt Road 3, Belt Road 4, Highway from HCMC – Trung Luong – Can Tho, provincial road 16.
- Airline: Tan Son Nhat International airport, Long Thanh International airport
- Waterway: Ben Luc Bourbon port, Long An International port, Hiep Phuoc Port; Cat Lai Port.
3. Term of land use:
Investor is entitled to use land for 50 years and does not have any other annual land payment to the Government.
4. HR- Training:
Thuan Dao is the only IP in Mekong Delta occupies 53% of Long An labor force with 30,000 workers compared to 47,000 workers of the whole province
5. Procedures of "one stop service":
Investors are served with procedures of one stop service quickly and free of charge: investment certificate, tax code, seal, etc.
6. Free consulting service:
Investors are freely provided with the consulting services of environment, design, construction, completion, works ownership, procedures of customs, tax, banking, accounting, bank loan, investment and construction of warehouses, machinery and equipment, etc.

POSITION

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- East: adjoining to provincial road 19
- West: adjoining to Long Cang - Long Dinh road
- North: adjoining to Chanh canal
- South: internal road
INVESTMENT INCENTIVESIncentive for corporate income tax : tax exemption for first 02 years and reduction by 50% for the next 04 years (income tax is 17%) Click here for more information
PERFORMANCE DURATIONUntil September 06th, 2061.
LEASING PRICE AND MODE OF PAYMENT75 - 85 USD/m2 (not inclusive of VAT, depending on area and location)

1. Payment Method for land lease:
- Signing MOU: deposit of 10%
- Issueing an Investment Certificate: payment of 30% (Total: 40%) 
- Signing Contract of Land Lease: payment of 30% (Total: 70%)
- Handover of the land: payment of 25% (Total: 95%)
- Issueing Certificate of Land Use Right: payment of the rest.
FACTORY LEASE PRICE3 - 5 USD/m2/month (can be built according to customer's design).
INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT FEES AND OTHER SERVICESInfrastructure maintaining fee: 0.034 USD/m2.month (not inclusive of VAT)
WATER RATES0.47 USD/m3 (not inclusive of VAT)
FEE WASTEWATER TREATMENT0.34 USD/m3 (not inclusive of VAT)
ELECTRICITY PRICEAccording to the price table of the Government
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK1. Land for lease: 132 ha 
- Land for dyeing and plating industries: 26 ha 
- Land for other industries: 95 ha 
2. Land for warehouse lease: 11 ha
LAND USE STRUCTURETotal: 189.843 ha 
- Land for factory & warehouse: 130.25 ha (Land for dyeing and plating: 26 ha)
- Land for commercial service: 18.58 ha 
- Land for transportation: 19.63 ha 
- Land for green trees: 19.04 ha 
- Land for engineering: 2.34 ha
SCOPE OF PERMITTED INVESTMENTSProjects on dyeing and textile
Projects on mechanical engineering and plating
Projects on production of building materials, exception for fibro cement roofing sheet
Projects on traffic and production of asphalt concrete
Projects on energy and production of power wire and cable
Projects on electronics and telecommunication
Projects on exploration, exploitation and processing of minerals
Projects on waste treatment: building up non-toxic industrial waste treatment and disposal facilities
Projects on timber processing, production of glass and ceramic products
Projects on food processing
Projects on processing of agricultural products
Projects on breeding and animal feed processing of cattle, poultry, fishery, except for the project of construction of fishmeal processing facility
Projects on production of chemical fertilizer, pesticide, except for the project of extracting and packaging pesticide
Projects on chemicals, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics
Projects on production of paper and stationery
Other projects, excepting for leather from fresh leather, rubber processing, rubber latex
CLIMATE- Rainy season: from May to October
- Dry season: From November to April
- Average temperature: 27.2 0C - 27.7 0C
- Annual rainfall: 966 - 1,325 mm
- Average humunity: 80% - 82%
- Annual Average hours of sunshine: 2,500 - 2,800 hours
- Wind: Northeast: frequency of 60 - 70% in dry season; Southwest: frequency of 70% in rainy season.
TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY- Handover elevation: 1.85m
- Ground compression: 8 - 10 tons/m2
- Depending on location and area, pile ranges from 8 - 15m
WASTE WATERAccording to QCVN 40:2011/BTNMT
FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTIONFire protection system complies with the current regulations of the government
INFRASTRUCTURE
TRAFFIC SYSTEM1. Internal road:
- Asphalt concrete road designed by Vietnam standard H30, is from 16 – 30 m
2. External road:
- Nguyen Trung Truc street is 30m linking the Industrial Park into the National Road no.1A
- Long Cang – Long Dinh street is 24m linking the Industrial Park into Ben Luc town
- The provincial road no.19 is 24m linking the Industrial Park into Long An International seaport
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY SYSTEM- Ben Luc pawer station, 110/22KV, output 40 + 63MVA
- Rach Chanh – Can Duoc power station, output 40 MVA
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMThere are four plants supplying water for the IP: 
- Go Den water plant: 7,200 m2/day
- Hoang Long water plant: 10,000 m3/day
- Binh Anh water plant: 15,000 m3/day
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM1. Land area: 15,000 m2
- Stage 1: 2,500 m3/day
- Stage 2: 5,000 m3/day
- The pipeline: F 600 – 800
2. Investor treats their wastewater up to B Standard – QCVN 40:2011/BTNMT. The IP continues to treat the wastewater up to A Standard – QCVN 40:2011/BTNMT
3. The IP invests to build a monitoring station to automatically test the wastewater before discharging into Chanh Canal
POST AND TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMThe modern telecommunication network is established according to international standards such as MDF, telephone system and high-speed internet connection supplied by the post-telecommunication provider which is able to meet all the investors' requirements.
PUBLIC UTILITIESLand area: 28 ha including: Custom office, Bank, Post office, Hospital, Schools, Commercial & service centers, restaurants, Canteens, Offices for rent, Sport center, Convention center, Kindergarten, Warehouses, Logistics, etc … are set up in the IP and the residential area
SUPPORTING SERVICES
FREE SERVICESMaking applications for all licenses from the beginning to investor's operation.
SUPPORTING SERVICE- Consulting: Design, construction, completion, ownership of structure, customs, tax, accounting, wastewater treatment …
- Assisting: Recruiting and training, lunch meal, telecommunication, electricity, water, houses …
- Supplying building materials: fresh concrete, drain, pile, floor tile, wall tile, roof tile, sanitary wares, UPVC window, liquid paint … with competitive prices
TYPICAL CLIENTS
CUSTOMER LISTClick here for more detail
DOCUMENTS

Source: Long An Economic Zone Authority (LEAZA)​


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AlumAlum
Long An is the alum earth of 208.449 ha, accounting for 69,8 % of area of Dong Thap Muoi and accounting for 46,41 % of the natural area of province.

At present, there remain 2 low regions - center of alum in Bac Dong and Bo Bo - Mo Vet. There are 2 cycles of acid water in early rainy season (April to July) and the end of rainy season (November to January) every year. To reduce disadvantages for agricultural production, it is necessary to continue investing and developing irrigation systems to create source, to apply cropping systems, new crop. . . suitable for natural conditions and market mechanism. As reclaiming, it should pay closely attention to lead  the alum water source to downstream, damaging the production of riverside regions. ​​

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Long An Province Socio-Economic Development Master Plan up to 2020 and vision to 2030Long 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

a) Economic:

- 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%.

b) Social:

- 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.

b) Health:

-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:

a) Traffic

- 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.

b) Irrigation

- 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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By 2020: Long An will have 62 industrial clustersBy 2020: Long An will have 62 industrial clusters
The People’s Committee of Long Anh province has issued Decision No. 1315/QD-UBND approving the adjustment and supplementation to the Industrial Cluster Development Planning in the province up to 2020.

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Traffic system in Long Hau Industrial Park was invested completely. Photo: Thanh My

Accordingly, by 2020, the province will have 62 industrial clusters with a total area of 3,106.5 hectares, allocated to 8 districts and Tan An City. Specifically, Duc Hoa will have 20 industrial clusters with a total area of 994.6 hectares; Ben Luc will have 6 industrial clusters with a total area of 267.1 hectares; Can Giuoc will have 10 industrial clusters with a total area of 487.2 hectares; Can Duoc will have 17 industrial clusters with a total area of 957.1 hectares; Tan An City: 3 industrial clusters with a total area of 164.7 hectares; Duc Hue: 1 industrial cluster with an area of 50 hectares; Thanh Hoa: 1 industrial cluster with an area of 14.3 hectares; Tan Tru: 5 industrial clusters with a total area of 171.5 hectares. It is estimated that the capital demand to build infrastructure for the industrial clusters in the province by 2020 is about VND 27,337.

The development planning of industrial clusters by 2020 is the basis for the provincial People's Committee to consider and decide the establishment of industrial clusters. At the same time, the province continues to promote and attract investment in the infrastructural construction for industrial clusters, relocating enterprises and production facilities that are polluting or threatening to pollute out of the trade villages, residential areas, etc. 

To implement and conduct the plan, the provincial People's Committee identified 7 main solutions: investment capital for infrastructural development; creation of clean land for industrial cluster development; attracting investment in construction, business of industrial cluster infrastructure; development of synchronous infrastructure inside and outside industrial clusters; attracting production investment in industrial cluster; linking to develop industrial clusters; renovation of the state management on industrial clusters./.

Reported by  T.T

  Translated by Lan Vy ​

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FloodFlood
Every year flood converges firstly to the Northern districts in Dong Thap Muoi, starting from the beginning or mid August and lasting to November. In this time, the rain has the biggest flow and intensity, causing difficulties for production and life. Flood in Long An province is slow and its level is not deep as upstream but it lasts for longer time.

The frequency of high flood tended to reduce from 1 time for 8 - 10 years in the past, to 1 time for 3 - 4 years (1961, 1966, 1978, 1984, 1991) and high flood had occured for 3 consecutive years (1994, 1995, 1996), especially, flood was very high in 2000.

- Flooding levels according to the natural area in 1996 were as follows:

+ Below 50 cm with flooded area of 50.294 ha, accounting for 13,2 % of the natural area.

+ From 50 - 100 cm with flooded area of 72.360 ha, accounting for 18,99% of the natural area.

+ From 100 -150 cm with flooded area of 63.830 ha, accounting for 16,75% of the natural area.

+ From 150 - 200 cm with flooded area of 94.840 ha, accounting for 24,88% of the natural area.

+ From 200 - 250 cm with flooded area of 66.720 ha, accounting for 17,50% of the natural area.

+ Over 250 cm with flooded area of 33.070 ha, accounting for 8,68% of the natural area.

- Flooding duration:


+ Less than 3 months with 305.757 ha, accounting for 69,91% of the natural area.


+ From 3 - 5 months with 64.724 ha, accounting for 30,09 % of the natural area.


Especially, flood of the year 2000 was the biggest in decades and the long flooding period caused great damages to production and life of people. The highest water level in Moc Hoa (Long An) was 3,27 meter, 41 cm higher than flood peak in 1978. Flood run strongly to the South, resonating with hurricane tide, causing deep and wide flooding in 300.000 ha of natural area, including 132/188 communes, equivalent to 12/14 districts of province. The average flood was from 1,5 - 2 meters, some regions had deep flood of over 3 meters. Total damages to property were about 650 billion dong.


At present, the province has co-ordinated with flood control programs of the Central level to build sewer and dyke system to control closely and effectively flood, i.e. with small flood, try to keep water, with high flood,  use for washing alum to transform the land. Invest in building 186 residential clusters to ensure the stable and sustainable life in flood season. In construction, should choose the elevation exceeding the flooding level of the year 200
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Geographical locationGeographical location
Long An Province is adjoining to Ho Chi Minh city and Tay Ninh Province to the East, Kingdom of Cambodia to the North, Dong Thap Province to the West and Tien Giang Province to the South.

Long An province is located at the quite special geographical location because although the province is located in the Mekong River Delta Region, the province belongs to Key Economic Development Zone in the South which is defined as the key economic area with specially important role in the economic development strategy of Vietnam. Long An ratios the borders with the Kingdom of Cambodia with the length of 132.977 km and two border gates of Binh Hiep (Moc Hoa) and Tho Mo (Duc Hue). Long An is the gateway connecting the Southeast Region with Mekong River Delta Region, specially the province ratios the borders with Ho Chi Minh city by the road system such as National Highway No. 1A, National Highway No. 50 etc. and provincial roads of DT.823, DT.824, DT.825 etc. The interregional and national waterway has been upgraded, expanded, newly constructed to create the driving force and new opportunities for the development. In addition, Long An province is also provided with the water source from two river systems of Me Kong and Dong Nai. ​Being a province located next to Ho Chi Minh City with the closer and closer economic relation with the South Key Economic Development Zone, especially Ho Chi Minh city which is an important province in the South which accounts for 50% of the industrial output of the whole country and the biggest investment, technology transfer partner and biggest agricultural product consumption market of Mekong River Delta Region.

The natural area of the entire province is 449,194.49 ha, the population is 1,542,606 (according to the population statistics up to May 2013). The geographical coordinates are: 105030' 30'' to 106047' 02'' East Longitude and 10023' 40'' to 11002' 00'' Northern Latitude.

Long An Province has 15 administrative units including districts of Duc Hue, Duc Hoa, Ben Luc, Can Duoc, Can Giuoc, Thu Thua, Tan Tru, Chau Thanh, Thanh Hoa, Tan Thanh, Moc Hoa, Vinh Hung, Tan Hung, Kien Tuong Town and Tan An City; and 192 administrative units of commune level including 166 communes, 12 wards and 14 towns.​

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Long An leader requires Kien Tuong town to focus on commerce-serviceLong 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.

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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.

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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.

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Kien Tuong Trade and Service Center is among three major works that Kien Tuong has built and put into operation

Source: http://news.baolongan.vn/

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Natural condition Characteristics of geological structure in Long An provinceNatural 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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Phu An Thanh Industrial Park & Sojitz sign cooperation to lure more hi-tech investorsPhu 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.

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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./.

Source: http://news.baolongan.vn/​

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VINH LOC 2 INDUSTRIAL PARK, BEN LUC, LONG ANVINH LOC 2 INDUSTRIAL PARK, BEN LUC, LONG AN
Location: National Highway No. 01, Voi La Village, Long Hiep Commune, Ben Luc District, Long An Province

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Contact: www.kcnvinhloc2.com.vn​

Distance to traffic hubs

Downtown: 25 km 

Tan Son Nhat Airport: 28km

An Lac Intersection (connected to Dong Tay Avenue): 14 km

Nguyen Van Linh Intersection (connected to National Highway 1A): 10 km

Phu My Hung Urban Zone: 22 km

Sai Gon Port: 27 km

Bourbon Part (Ben Luc): 04 km

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STRENGTHS* Band reputation: The Company is incorporated by shareholders who are experienced in investment and business in industrial park infrastructures, including Vinh Loc Industrial park Company Limited, who was particularly successful in the Project of Vinh Loc Industrial park in Ho Chi Minh City;

* Regional development potential: Industrial park of Vinh Loc 2 is located in Ben Luc, bordering Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, which is considered as the key economic center of Long An province and expanded urban area to the West of Ho Chi Minh City, resulting in higher growth rate than other areas; 

* Strategic location with favorable traffic connections: Industrial park of Vinh Loc 2 has the main gate adjacent to National Highway No. 01, favorable for transportation with respect to both roads (façade of National Highway No. 01, 3 km from Sai Gon-Trung Luong highway and 20 km from Ho Chi Minh downtown…) and waterways (27 km from Sai Gon port and 4km from Bourbon port);
* Infrastructure: modern and synchronic planning, every land lot borders at least 2 roads: 1 main road (width of 30-47 m) and 1 secondary road (width of 8-16 m), facilitating transportation of high-load vehicles, exits and construction of infrastructures of enterprises.
* Natural advantages thanks to soil structures: Industrial park of Vinh Loc 2 is located far away from rivers, resulting in relatively hard geological characteristics, reducing construction costs, ensuring works' durability and lowering annual maintenance costs;
* Price and payment method: adapted to every investor's condition;
* Ability to attract manpower, living conditions and social welfares in the park: Industrial park of Vinh Loc 2 is located in township with dense population and abundant workers with high skills, effectively meeting the demand for manpower of enterprises;
* Policies to attract investment and competitive advantage of locality: Long An has policies to make favorable conditions to investors by establishing friendly environment, adopting one-stop policy for quick and favorable investment procedures; 
High density of plants and workshops (70%); the maximum height of plants is 5 floors, stocks 4 floors.

POSITION

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Located at Km 1929 – 1930, National Highway No. 01, Voi La Village, Long Hiep Commune, Ben Luc District, Long An, bordering Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, directly connected to National Highway 1A in the front side, adjacent to Ho Chi Minh-Can Tho Highway in the back side, bordering Bourbon port (load of 5,000 tons).
INVESTMENT INCENTIVESFree of 02 years, 50% in the next 04 years. 20% corporate income tax.
Click here for more detail
PERFORMANCE DURATION50 years (2011-2061)
LEASING PRICE AND MODE OF PAYMENTRental rate: adjusted from time to time, depending on location and payment method.
Payment method: flexible, adaptable to investor's demand and financial capability
FACTORY LEASE PRICE
INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT FEES AND OTHER SERVICES0.4 USD/m2/năm
WATER RATESApplying the prices of Long An Water Supply Company
FEE WASTEWATER TREATMENTSewage treatment fee: 0.3 USD / m3 (type B, coefficient k = 1)
ELECTRICITY PRICEAccording to the price table of the Government
FUNCTIONAL BLOCKLand for factory: 148,28 ha
Administrative and service area: 3,09 ha
Technical works: 2,93 ha
Transport roads: 40,09 ha
Green trees: 31,97 ha
LAND USE STRUCTURE
SCOPE OF PERMITTED INVESTMENTSAgricultural, forestry, fishery processing industries; foods and foodstuffs (excluding seasoning powder); foods for livestock, poultry and seafoods; beverages (excluding alcoholic drinks).
Fertilizers, pesticides; pharmaceutica products and medicines; cosmetics; paints; bio-fuels, coal; plastic (construction, industrial and household plastic); rubber tires and products made from rubbers; plastics and products therefrom.
Construction material production, interior decoration, components for fabricated house, roofings, coverings; wood processing and products therefrom (not impregnated), ply wood, household woodworks, handicraft products; ceramics, glass, crystal, tiles, lights; sound and electricity insulated materials, composite.
Manufacture and assembly of machineries and equipment, electric parts and accessories (machinery, industrial and household electricity), electronics, informatics, information and technology (IT), telecommunication; electrical materials, telecom cables, IT products.
Mechanical industry, manufacture of machineries, equipment and parts serving agriculture, forestry, fishery industry and transportation; manufacture and assembly of bicycles, motorbikes, cars and other transport means and replacements; pattern processing, metal rolling; manufacture of metal products and alloys; medical equipment and tools, laboratories, labor protection, fire fighting and prevention.
Production of consumption and household goods: textile, embroidering, knitting, garments; luggages, handbags; footwears; packages; prepress, printing; paper and products therefrom (excluding pulp); stationeries; equipment and tools for offices and schools; sports equipment; toys; crafted jeweleries and specious stones.
Other: trade-services (banking, post, telecommunication, logistics), workshops, warehouses and other industries which cause less environmental pollution.
CLIMATETropical monsoon climate with two distinct seasons: 
Rainy season: May-November
Dry season: December-April
-Average moisture in dry season: 77%
-Average moisture in rainy season: 83%
-Highest moiture in September: 84%
TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY- Land height: 2,1 m
- Compressive strength: 0,082 cm2/kg
- Cohesion strength C: 0,18 kg/cm2
- Natural unit weight: 1,96 g/cm3
- Compressibility coefficient: 1,74 kg/cm2
WASTE WATERFollow current Vietnam's standards
FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTIONFire protection system complies with the current regulations of the government
INFRASTRUCTURE
TRAFFIC SYSTEM• Main internal road: width of 30 - 47 meters.
• Secondary internal road: width of 8 - 20m.
The main routes to the land area are Road VL1 (directly connected to National Highway No. 1A) and VL2, VL3, VL4 which have been levelled and asphalt covered (the widths of main roads and secondary roads are 30-47m and 8-16m, respectively; sidewalks with green trees) up to the rented land area, ensuring the smooth transport of construction materials an goods.
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY SYSTEM* Phase 1: electricity is supplied by the National Grid through Go Den electricity Station (110/22KV), serving for all electricity use purposes of enterprises including: production, business, living and lighting...
* Phase 2: electricity is supplied by internal electricity station of the industrial park (110/22kV), meeting the demand for electricity of all enterprises operating in the industrial park including public light and electricity for resettlement and boarding areas.
WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMPhase 1: capacity of 5,000 – 7,000 m3/day and night, supplied by Go Den Water Plant
Phase 2: capacity of 7,000 – 12,000 m3/day and night, supplied by both water treatment and exploitation station of industrial park of Vinh Loc 2 and Go Den Water Plant with water running though pipelines of the industrial park to rented land area, ensuring sufficient supply of quality water for enterprises.
WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMCentralized wastewater treatment plant of industrial park of Vinh Loc 2 is put into use with capacity in phase 1: 2,000 m3/day and night, in accordance with national standard on industrial wastewater QCVN24:2009/BTNMT
POST AND TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMEstablish modern and complete posts and telecommunications network, synchronically connecting to national and international telecommunications networks, information and communication system with high-speed internet connection.
PUBLIC UTILITIES- Banking system: support and supply corporate financial services and transactions by residential community.
- Local general hospitals: health care for workers and first aid 24/7
- Vocational and labor promotion colleges: provide training courses to improve qualifications of workers, support enterprises in seeking and selecting skilled workers.
- Sports centers: meet the demands for physical exercises of workers and staff and organize friendly matches among enterprises.
- Customer conference centers: equipped with sufficient amenities for events and customer conferences.
- Boarding area for workers-resettlement area: meet the demand for settlement of all workers and staff working in the industrial park so that workers can live with ease and enterprises can stabilize their manelectricity as well as their development. This is both strength and highlight of Industrial park of Vinh Loc 2, completely overcoming the current drawback of most industrial parks in Ho Chi Minh City where manelectricity is unstable.
- Supermarket and commercial center: supply workers with consumption goods.
- Kindergarten and school: childcare and teaching for children of workers and staff working in the industrial park.
- Security-Firefighting: Develop professional and experienced security guards and firefighters with sufficient modern equipment and ready all the time to ensure both spiritual and material lives for enterprises in the industrial park.
- Green tree-environment hygiene services: ensure beauty and hygiene, care for the landscape surrounding working area of enterprises.
SUPPORTING SERVICES
FREE SERVICESPre-investment support:
• Free support in procedures of investment application at Long An Economic Zone Authority (LAEZA);
• Adopting investment policies which are flexible and adapted to customer's demands;
• Investment consultancy and support in completing procedures simply and quickly;
• Consultancy and support in completing procedures for bank loans.
Post-investment support:
• Construction and design consultancy & free support in procedures to apply for construction license, commitment-assessment of environmental impacts, methods of fire fighting and prevention...
• Support in completing procedures for land use right certificate (Red document).
• Support in completing procedures for Work ownership certificate (Pink document).
• Utility services supply;
• Customer care & annual activities for community;
• Enhancing worker's living standards (boarding house, commercial and medical services, kindergarten-school, connected residential cluster development)
SUPPORTING SERVICE- Petrol and oil supply
- Industrial catering supply
- Banks, shopping areas, schools, job centers
TYPICAL CLIENTS
CUSTOMER LISTClick here for more detail
DOCUMENTS

​​​Source: Long An Economic Zone Authority (LEAZA)​


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People’s CommitteePeople’s Committee
Members of People’s Committee of Long An Province for the term of 2016 - 2021

 

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1. Chairman: Mr. Nguyen Van Ut  -  Member of Executive Committee of the Provincial Party Committee

Date of Birth: 30/12/1969

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth: Bình Hòa Nam commune, Duc Hue District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 05/4/1997

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+ Profession: Economics

+ Politics: High-ranking

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2. Vice Chairman: Mr. Nguyen Minh Lam - Member of the Standing Committee of the Provincial Party Committee.

Date of birth: October 15, 1972

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Hometown: Hiep Thanh commune, Chau Thanh district, Long An province.

Party entry date: May 11, 2005

Qualifications:

+ Education: Doctor

+ Specialty: Industry engineering using and protecting the environment.

+ Politics: High


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3. Vice Chairman: Mr. Pham Tan Hoa – Member of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Party Committee.

Date of birth: January 02nd, 1973
Ethnic group: Kinh
Religion: No
Home town: Tan Binh Thanh commune, Cho Gao district, Tien Giang province 
Admitted as a member of Communist Party of Vietnam on: 7/8/1999 
Academic level:
+ Education: Master 
+ Qualification: Economics   
+ Politics: Advanced​


 

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4. Member: Mr. Nguyen Van Bon - Member of Executive Committee of the Provincial Party Committee - Director of Department of Home Affairs

Date of Birth: 1960

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  My Yen commune, Ben Luc District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 30/3/1989

Qualifications:

+ Education: University

+ Profession: Bachelor of Laws

+ Politics: Bachelor 

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5. Member: Mr Pham Van Do – Member of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Party Committee. – Director of Deparment of Finance

Date of Birth: 27/11/1966

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  Nhut Chanh commune, Ben Luc District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 01/02/1986

Qualifications:

+ Education: University

+ Profession: Bachelor of Laws

+ Politics: High-ranking 


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6. Member: Mr Huynh Van Son– Member of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Party Committee – Director of Department of Planning and Investment

Date of Birth: 29/12/1974

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  Thuan My commune, Chau Thanh District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 01/7/2005

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+Profession: Public Management

+ Politics: High-ranking 

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7. Member: Mr Nguyen Anh Viet– Member of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Party Committee – Director of Department of Industry and Trade

Date of Birth: 04/11/1980

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth: My An commune, Thu Thua District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 13/7/2005

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+ Profession: Business administration


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8. Member: Mr. Vo Minh Thanh - Director of the Department of Director of Department of Natural Resources and Environment

Date of Birth: 13/8/1978

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  My Hanh Tay commune, Duc Hue District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 25/4/2006

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+ Profession: Law

+ Politics: High-ranking 



 

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​9. Member: Mr. Nguyen Thanh Truyen  – Director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development 

Date of birth: March 15th, 1964
Ethnic group: Kinh
Religion: No
Home town: Vinh Tri commune, Vinh Hung district, Long An province
Admitted as a member of Communist Party of Vietnam on: November 10th, 1992
Academic level:
+ Education: University
+ Qualification: Administration
+ Politics: Advanced​​​

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10. Member: Mr. Nguyen Van Hoc  -  Member of Provincial Party Committee - Director of Department of Transport

Date of Birth: 10/2/1961

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  My Thanh Dong commune, Duc Hue District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 08/4/1986

Qualifications:

+ Education: Bachelor

+ Profession: Economics

+ Politics: High-ranking

 Mr. Nguyen Van Hoc  - Director of Department of Transport is directly in transport.


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11. Member: Mrs Phan Thi My Dung– Member of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Party Committee – Director of Department of Justice

Date of Birth: 28/11/1974

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth: Phuoc Van commune, Can Duoc District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 10/12/2007

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+ Profession: Law

+ Politics: High-ranking 

 



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10. Member: Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tiep  -  Director of Department of Education and Training

Date of Birth: 20/12/1966

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  Lac Tan commune, Tan Tru District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 29/8/1991

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+ Profession: Education

+ Politics: High-ranking

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tiep   Director of Department of Education and Training is directly in charge of  education and training.

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13. Member: Mrs. Nguyen Hong Mai- Director of Department   of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs

Date of Birth: 23/8/1969

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth: Long Thuong commune, Can Giuoc District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 10/6/1993

Qualifications:

+ Education: University

+ Profession: Pedagogy of Literature

+ Politics: High-ranking



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1​4. Member: Mr. Le Quoc Dung – Director of the Department of Science and Technology.

Date of birth: June 06th, 1970
Ethnic group: Kinh
Religion: No
Home town: Binh Thanh commune, Duc Hue district, Long An province
Admitted as a member of Communist Party of Vietnam on: September 13th, 2002
Academic level:
+ Education: Master
+ Qualification: Chemical Engineer, Bachelor of Administration, Master of Political Science
+ Politics: Advanced​​​​​​​

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15. Member: Mr. Huynh Minh Phuc – Director of the Department of Health.

Date of birth: February 10th, 1965
Ethnic group: Kinh
Religion: No
Home town: An Ninh Tay commune, Duc Hoa district, Long An province
Admitted as a member of Communist Party of Vietnam on: August 05th, 1996
Academic level:
+ Education: Master
+ Qualification: Specialized Doctor for Medical Management
+ Politics: Advanced

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16. Member: Mr. Nguyen Ba Luan - Director of Department of Information and Communications

Date of Birth: 22/6/1964

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth: Dương Xuan Hoi commune, Chau Thanh District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 02/7/1993

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+ Profession: Politics

+ Politics: High-ranking



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17​​​. Member: Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung  -  Director of Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism

Date of Birth: 02/9/1963

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  Tan Kim commune, Can Giuoc District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 12/9/1994

Qualifications:

+ Education: University

+ Profession: Agriculture Economics, Administration

+ Politics: High-ranking 

Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung   Director of Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism is directly in charge of culture, sports and tourism.


 

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18​​. Member: Mr. Do Thanh Son - Director of Department of External Affairs

Date of Birth: 18/10/1962

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  My Cam commune, Cang Long District, Tra Vinh Province

Date of joining the Party: 25/02/1989

Qualifications:

+ Education: Bachelor

+ Profession: Law

+ Politics: High-ranking

Mr. Do Thanh Son - Director of Department of External Affairs is directly in charge of external affairs.

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19. Member: Mr Tran Van Dung - Member of the Standing Committee of Provincial Party Committee - Head of Inspection Committee of the Provincial Party Committee - Provincial Chief Inspector

Date of Birth: 28/10/1966

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth: Thuan My commune, Chau Thanh District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 8/9/1990

Qualifications:

+ Education: Master

+ Profession: Law

+ Politics: High-ranking 



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20. Member: Mr Lam Minh Hong - Member of the Standing Committee of Provincial Party Committee – Provincial Police Director

Date of Birth: 20/2/1969

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth: Long Khanh commune, Hong Ngu District, Dong Thap Province

Date of joining the Party: 13/10/1995

Qualifications:

+ Education: Bachelor

+ Profession: Law

+ Politics: High-ranking 


  

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21​​. Member: Mr. Tran Van Trai - Member of Standing Committee of the Provincial Party Committee - Commander of Provincial Military High Command

Date of Birth: 12/3/1967

Ethnic: Kinh

Religion: None

Place of birth:  Lac Tan commune, Tan Tru District, Long An Province

Date of joining the Party: 29/7/1988

Qualifications:

+ Education: University

+ Profession: Bachelor of Military

+ Politics: High-ranking

Mr. Tran Van Trai, Commander of the Provincial Military Command is directly in charge of national defense and in charge of operations of Tan Tru District.
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Long An attracted 100,000 visitors in October 2018Long An attracted 100,000 visitors in October 2018
According to the data of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Long An province, in October, there were about 100,000 visitors in Long An (up 10% over the same period). In which, international visitors were about 1,200 visitors (up 20% over the same period), and revenue reached about 48 billion dong (up 11% over the same period).

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Long An Monumental Park "Valiant and resilient, all people fight the enemy" attracted tourists. Photo: Luc Nguyen

The tourism industry focused on serving and introducing local history and culture to visitors. In October 2018, 4,000 tourists visited Long An Monumental Park "Valiant and resilient, all people fight the enemy" in Ward 5, Tan An Town.

In November 2018, the tourism industry will organize the appraisal and ranking of tourist accommodation establishments as specified and the work of granting tour guide cards, and tour guide certificates in order to professionalize the travel activities in the locality.​

    Reported by Minh Dang ​ 

Translated by Lan Vy​​

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People’s CouncilPeople’s Council
Members of People's Council of Long An Province for the term of 2016 - 2021

Chairman of Provincial People's Council - ​Mr Nguyen Van Duoc.

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

Email: dbnd@longan.gov.vn

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Departments, Committee and Branches Departments, Committee and Branches
Departments, Committee and Branches

1. LONG AN ECONOMIC ZONE AUTHORITY

Mr. Truong Van Trieu - Director of Long An Economic Zone Authority

Addresses: No. 6​5B Chau Van Giac, Ward 2, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3825445

Fax: (0272) 3825442

Email: bqlkkt@longan.gov.vn

Website: https://bqlkkt.longan.gov.vn/Eng/Pages/default.aspx

Function: Long An Economic Zone Authorit was established on the basis of reorganization of the Management Board of Industrial Parks in Long An province, is directly under the People's Committee of Long An Province; directly performing state management functions for industrial zones, economic zones and border economic zones in Long An province; managing and implementing service-providing functions of public administration and other support services related to investment activities and production business for investors in industrial zones and economic zones, border economic zones in Long An province in accordance with the law

Long An Economic Zone Authority was decided to establish by the Prime Minister, international transaction name is "Long An Economic Zone Authority"; abbreviation is "LAEZA"; subject to the direction and management of the organization, staffing, program work plans and operational expenditure of Long An province; under the direction, guidance and inspection expertise of the operations, administration, industry or sector concerned; shall coordinate closely with the professional bodies of the PPC in the management of industrial zones, economic zones and border economic zones.

2. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE 
Mr. Nguyen Anh Viet - Director of Department of Industry and Trade

Address: 112, Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, Ward 1, Tân An City, Long An Province 
Phone number : (0272) 3826 336  

Fax: (0272) 3826 956  

Email: sct@longan.gov.vn

Website: https://sct.longan.gov.vn/Eng/Pages/default.aspx

Function:  Long An Department of Industry and Trade is the specialized organization under Provincial People's Committee and is responsible for providing advices and supporting the Provincial People's Committee to perform the state management functions in industry and trade, including: mechanical, metallurgy, electricity, new energy, renewable energy, chemical, mine and mineral exploitation industry, consumer goods industry, food industry, other processing industries, good circulation in the province, import, export, border trade, market management, competitiveness management, trade promotion, monopoly control, anti-dumping, anti-subsidy, consumer right protection, e-trade; commercial services, economic integration, management of industrial parks and complexes in the province, industry encouragement activities, industrial services under the state management authority of the Department.

3. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tiep - Director of Department of Education and Training
Addresses: 411, National Highway No. 01, Ward 4, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3826394

Fax:(0272) 3832144

Email: sgd@longan.gov.vn

Function:  Long An Department of Education and Training is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee to perform the function of State management of education and training.

4. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT

Mr. Nguyen Van Hoc - Director of  Department of  Transport

Addresses: 66 Hung Vuong Street, Ward 2, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3526465

Fax: (0272) 3824725

Email: sgtvt @longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Transport is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committees in performing the function of State management over transport including: Planning and implementing plans to build the road and river transportation network in the area; Drafting and submitting Provincial People's Committees to promulgate mechanisms, policies, legal documents and sectoral management in their respective localities according to regulations; To organize the implementation of legal documents, plannings, plans, programs, schemes, projects, standards, technical regulations and economic-technical norms in the field of communications and transport. is issued or approved by a competent state agency.

5. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND INVESTMENT

Mr. Huynh Van Son​​​​​ - Director of Department of Planning and Investment

Addresses: 61 Truong Dinh Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province 
Phone number : (0272) 3837 127

Fax: (0272) 3825 044  

Email: skhdt @longan. gov.vn 

Function: Long An Department of Planning and Investment is the specialized agency of the People's Committee of the province that has the function of advising and assisting the People's Committee of the province to perform the function of State management and investment plans including: synthesis of planning, socio-economic development plans; implementation and proposals on mechanisms and policies of socio-economic management of the province; domestic investment, foreign investment in the locality; management of official development assistance (ODA), non-governmental aid; Bidding; business registration within the locality; synthesis and unified management of business issues, collective economy, private economy; organizations providing public services under the jurisdiction of the department in accordance with the regulations of the law.​​​

6. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY​

Mr.  Le Quoc Dung - Director of the Department of Science and Technology

Addresses: 365, National Highway No. 01, Ward 4, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272).3826249

Fax: (0272).3822093  

Email:skhcn@longan.gov.vn

Website: https://skhcn.longan.gov.vn/Eng/Pages/default.aspx

Function:  Long An Department of Science and Technology is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committees in State management related to science and technology, including science and technology, development of scientific and technological potential; standard, measurement, quality; intellectual property; application of radiation and radioactive isotopes; radiation and nuclear safety; public services in the area of the Department under the management of the province in accordance with the provisions of law.

7. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR, WAR INVALIDS AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS

Mrs​​. Nguyen Hong Mai - Deputy Director in charge of ​ Department​ ​​​of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs

Addresses: 76 Nguyen Hue Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number (0272) 382 6214  

Fax: (0272) 3827 149  

Email: sld@longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in performing the State management function in the fields, including job; vocational training; labor; salary; social insurance (compulsory social insurance, voluntary social insurance, unemployment insurance); labor safety; people with merit; social protection; child protection and care; gender equality; prevent and fight against social evils (referred to labor, people with merit and social affairs); public services under the management of the Department and perform some other tasks and function as assigned and authorized by the Provincial People's Committee and the provisions of law.

8. LONG AN DEPPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS

Mr. Nguyen Van Bon -  Director of Department of Home Affairs

Addresses: 19 A Tran Hung Dao Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3.826.353  

Fax: (0272) 3.834.028

Email: snv @longan.gov.vn

 Function: Department of Home Affairs is the specialized agency of the provincial People's Committee of  Long An has the function of advising and assisting Provincial People's Committee performs the function of state management of internal affairs, including : organizational structure, staffing and administrative agencies, career state administrative reform, local government, administrative boundaries; officials ,civil servants, state employees, officers and servants of communes, wards and townships organizing, NGOs government; clerical state archives religious; emulate - rewarded. 

9. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Truyen - Director of Department of Agriculture and Rural Development

Addresses: 8T, National Highway No. 01, Ward 5, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : : (0272) 3.826410  

Fax: (0272) 3.822967  

Email: snn @longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Agriculture and Rural is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committees in performing the function of State management in terms of agriculture; forestry; seafood; irrigation and rural development; flood prevention; the safety of agricultural, forestry, fishery; public services related to the agriculture and rural development sector and performing some tasks and powers under the authorization of the Provincial People's Committee and in accordance with the law.

10. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Mr. Do Thanh Son - Director of Department of Foreign Affairs

Addresses: 61 Nguyen Hue Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272).3553070

Fax: (0272).3553475

Email: sngv@longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Foreign Affairs is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in state management of external affairs and national border affairs of the locality; public services under the jurisdiction of the Department in accordance with the provisions of law.


 11. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

Mr. Pham Van Do​​ - Deputy Director in charge of the Department of Finance

Addresses: 57 Truong Dinh Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3824 362

Fax: (0272) 3823 987  

Email: stc@longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Finance is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in performing the function of State management over finance; State budget; taxes, charges, fees and other revenues of the State budget; State property; State financial funds; financial investment; business finance; accountant; independent auditing; price and financial services activities in the locality in accordance with the law.

Mr. Vo Minh Thanh​​​​ - Director of Department of Natural Resources and Environment

Addresses: 137, National Highway No. 01, Ward 4, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number :  (0272) 3826 260  

Fax: (0272) 3823 264  

Email: stnmt@longan.gov.vn

Website: https://stnmt.longan.gov.vn/eng/Pages/default.aspx

Function: Long An Department of Natural Resources and Environment of Long An Province is the specialized organization in charge of supporting Long An Province People's Committee to perform the state management functions on land resources, water resources, mineral resources, geology, environment, meteorology, measurement and mapping; performing the public services in the sectors under the management authority of the Department.

13. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Mrs. Phan Thi My Dung - Deputy​ ​​Director of Department of Justice

Addresses: 151 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3829522

Email: phongpbgdpl @longan.gov.vn

Function:  Long An Department of Justice is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committees, advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committees in performing the function of State management related to elaborating and monitoring the implementation of legal documents; inspecting and handling legal documents; controlling of administrative procedures; propagating and educating law; authenticating; adoption involving foreign elements; commercial arbitration; civil; nationality; judicial records; lawyer; legal advice; legal aid; judicial expertise; conciliation at grassroots level; auction of assets; the responsibility of the State in compensation; register security transactions; managing the implementation of the law on handling of administrative violations and other judicial work according to the provisions of law.

Mr. Nguyen Minh Hung - Deputy ​​Director of Department of Construction

Addresses:  19 Tran Hung Dao Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3826 169  

Fax: (0272) 3824 746  

Emailsxd@longan.gov.vn

Website: https://sxd.longan.gov.vn/Eng/Pages/Default.aspx

Function: Long An Department of Construction is a specialized agency of the provincial People's Committee, which functions to advise the PPC performing the function of state management in the field of construction; architecture, planning and construction; urban infrastructure, industrial parks, export processing zones, economic zones, hi-tech parks (including transport infrastructure in urban water supply and drainage, waste water treatment, lighting, green parks, cemeteries, urban solid waste, industrial parks, export processing zones, economic zones, high-tech zones); urban development; housing and offices; real estate business; building materials; public services in the field of state management of the facility; perform a number of tasks and powers as assigned, authorized by the PPC and the provisions of law.

15. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Mr. Huynh Minh Phuc -  ​Director in charge of the Department of Health

Addresses: 70 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : 0272. 3826407 - 0272.3829050  

Fax: 0272.3824161 - 0272.3829050

Email: syt@longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Health is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in performing the function of State management over the care for people's health, including: preventive medicine, medical examination and treatment, functional rehabilitation, traditional medicine, preventive medicine for people, cosmetics affecting human health, food safety and hygiene, medical equipment; public services in the health sector; performing a number of tasks and powers under the authorization of the Provincial People's Committee and the provisions of law.

16. LONG AN PROVINCE INSPECTORATE

Mr. Tran Van Dung​​ - Provincial Chief Inspector

Addresses: 51A Nguyen Hue Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3824 958  

Fax: (0272) 3824 958

Email: ttra@longan.gov.vn

Function: The Province Inspectorate is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in performing the State management function of the inspection and settlement of complaints and denunciations, anti-corruption within the scope of State management of the Provincial People's Committee.

17. OFFICE OF PEOPLE'COMMITTEE OF LONG AN PROVINCE

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Vung​​​ - Office Manager of Provincial People's Committee

Addresses: 61 Nguyen Hue Street, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272) 3826101

Fax: (0272) 3821858

Email: vpubnd@longan.gov.vn

Function:  The Office of the People's Committee of Long An Province is an agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in organizing the common activities of the People's Committee; To advise and assist the Chairman of the People's Committee and the Vice Chairman of the People's Committees in directing and administering the general activities of the administrative apparatus in their respective localities; To ensure the provision of information for the direction and administration of the People's Committees and presidents of the People's Committees and information to the public according to the provisions of law; To ensure the technical and material conditions for the operation of the People's Committees and the Chairman of the People's Committees.

18. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS

Mr. Nguyen Ba Luan - Director of Department of Information and Communications

Addresses: 38 Thu Khoa Huan Street, Ward 1, Tan An Ciy, Long An Province

Phone number : (0272). 3523 345

Fax: (0272). 3523 567   

Emailstt@longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Information and Communications is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which is responsible for advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in the state management of the press; publish; Postal; telecommunication; radio frequency; Information Technology; electronic; radio and television; external information; news bulletins; background information; communication infrastructure; Advertising in the press, in the network environment, on publications and integrated advertisement on postal, telecommunications and information technology products and services.


19. LONG AN DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE, SPORTS AND TOURISM

Mr. Nguyen Anh Dung - Director of Department of Culture Sports and Tourism

Addresses: 03 Vo Van Tan Street, Ward 2, Tan An City, Long An Province

Phone number (0272) 3826 452  

Fax: (0272) 3832 042  

Emailsvhttdl @longan.gov.vn

Function: Long An Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism is a specialized agency under the Provincial People's Committee, which has the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committees in performing the function of State management related to culture, family, physical education, sports, tourism and advertisement (except advertising in newspapers, computer networks and publications) in the locality, public services under the management of the Department and implementing a the number of tasks and functions under the authorization of the Provincial People's Committees and the provisions of law.​


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Long An Province Socio-Economic Development Master Plan up to 2020 and vision to 2030Long 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

a) Economic:

- 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%.

b) Social:

- 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.

b) Health:

-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:

a) Traffic

- 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.

b) Irrigation

- 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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Long An: Foreign information in international integrationLong 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.

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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

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Ceremony of signing Memorandum of friendship relations establishment between Long An province and Trat province, Thailand in Bangkok. Photo: SNV

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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

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The provincial delegation takes photo at the headquarters of Ministry of Industry and Commerce, India in September 2015. Photo: SNV

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Long An delegation visits Hanoi-Moscow Multifunction complex. Photo: SNV

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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

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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

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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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Tan An CityTan An City
The City has 9 wards and 5 communes with the total natural area of 8,194.94 ha, and population of 130,806  according to the census up to 21/5/2013 in which district 1 is the economic, political and cultural center of the city and the remaining wards-communes including: ward 2, ward 3, ward 4, ward 5, ward 6, ward 7, Tan Khanh ward, Khanh Hau ward and communes of Loi Binh Nhon, Huong Tho Phu, Nhon Thanh Trung, Binh Tam, An Vinh Ngai.

​Tan An City is located in the Southwest of Ho Chi Minh City, about 47 km away from HCMC and shares the borders with the following administrative units: the North adjoins to Thu Thua district; the East adjoins to Tan Tru District and Chau Thanh district; the West and Southwest adjoin to Tien Giang province. ​

Tan An City is the political, cultural, economic, science and technology center of Long An province. The city is located on the development axis of South Key Economic Zone as the economic gateway of Mekong River Delta Region provinces with the main waterway and road network running through the center of National Highway IA, National Highway No. 62 and Cam Co Tay River.

The above mentioned geographical location has given Tan An City the relative advantage in terms of economic and geographical to promote the socio-economic development of Long An Province in general and Tan An City in particular.

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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.

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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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TAN DO INDUSTRIAL PARK, DUC HOA, LONG ANTAN DO INDUSTRIAL PARK, DUC HOA, LONG AN
Location: Duc Hoa Ha commune, Duc Hoa district, Long An province.

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Contact: kcntando.com
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

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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

POSITION

See location map on Google maps

Borders to:
- 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 DURATIONUntil 03/2058
LEASING PRICE AND MODE OF PAYMENTLand 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 PRICERent: USD 2.5/m2/month
INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT FEES AND OTHER SERVICESManagement fee: US$ 0.025/m2/month
WATER RATESPrice: VND 14,000/m3 Water source from Ho Chi Minh City QCVN 01:2009/BYT
FEE WASTEWATER TREATMENTFee: USD 0.3/m3 Calculation method: 80% of input water Accepted output wastewater from the investors' plants: type B (QCVN 40:2011/BTNMT)
ELECTRICITY PRICEClick 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 INVESTMENTS1. 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
CLIMATELong 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 WATERFollow current Vietnam's standards
FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTIONFire protection system complies with the current regulations of the Government
INFRASTRUCTURE
TRAFFIC SYSTEMInternal 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 SYSTEMThe 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 SYSTEMTan 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 SYSTEMWith 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 SYSTEMCommunication system, Internet ... are built modern synchronously to meet the need of the plants' use
PUBLIC UTILITIESTan 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;
- Kindergarten;
- School;
- Restaurant, 3 star hotel;
- Trade center, markets;
- Culture-Sport center, ecotourism and entertainment zone
SUPPORTING SERVICES
FREE SERVICES
SUPPORTING SERVICE1. 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 CLIENTSDuy Tan Long An Plastic J.S. Co. 
Dong Khanh Textiles and Garment J.S. Co.
CUSTOMER LISTClick here for more detail

Source: Long An Economic Zone Authority (LEAZA)

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Water sourceWater source
Water source:
Long An has Vam Co Dong River and Vam Co Tay River and the interlaced system of canals and ditches connecting with Tien River which is the main water transmission and irrigation line. However, this water source is limited and contaminated with saline and alum, therefore, the water fails to meet the production and domestic demands.

The groundwater deposit in Long An is also not various and the quality is poor, mainly found at the depth of more than 200 meter. The ground water contains many ion to harden the water and reduce the quality of the water. The main water source ​​is the surface water from lakes, rivers. The clean water program funded by UNICEF supports to drill some wells in the areas with water shortage.

 Water supply:

Communication System​ supply system of Long An running through the flow of Vam Co river, Vam Co Dong River and Vam Co Tay River is also contaminated with saline and alum.

Long An is supplied with the clean water from Tan An Water Plant with the capacity of 15,000m3/day for the residential areas in the center of Tan An City and the neighboring areas. Up to now, thanks to the investments from many different capital sources such as State Budget (strategy program, program 135), loans, Unicef capital, OECF capital, all towns in the provinces are supplied with clean tapped water. The percentage of households accessing clean water accounts for 77% with the total number of 1,085,634 people.

In the rural areas, the domestic water supply source is depending on the available water sources with untreated water, therefore, the quality and hygiene of water are not yet ensured. The clean water program funded by UNICEF can only help more than 50% of the population of the province access the clean water.

 Drainage/sewerage:

The majority of the urban areas and residential areas have not yet provided with the complete drainage system. Domestic wastewater and rainwater are directly discharged to the surface water source through the traffic culverts. The province has not yet constructed the drainage and wastewater treatment system separately. The total km of the culverts is only 10.5% of the total length of the roads. The demand for the future investments for the drainage and sewerage systems is very high, especially for Tan An City, towns, small towns and other centers in the province.

 The program to mobilize all resources to construct the traffic, power, water infrastructure system serving for the industrial development has been implemented synchronously by Long An Province at all levels, sectors

 Progress of water supply projects:

 1. The projects listed in the Plan for mobilizing all resources to invest in traffic, water, power infrastructure to serve for the industrial development:

 - Hoa Khanh Tay Water Plant located at Duc Hoa Thuong commune, with the capacity in phase 1 of 40,000 m³/day, in phase 2 of 80,000m³/day, it is planned to commence the construction in early 8/2013.

 - Phu My Vinh 2 Water Supply system, located at Duc Hoa Thuong commune with the capacity in phase 1 of 50,000m³/day, in phase 2 of 200,000m³/day, the investment report is under preparation.

 - Tan Tao Water Plant: the land use criteria are considering because the plant has the construction location moved from Binh Hoa Nam commune, Duc Hue district to Hoa Khanh Tay commune, Duc Hoa district.

 -Kenh Dong Water Supply system: invested by Phu My Vinh Compnay, however, in accordance with the report from the investor, the water supply network of the company shall not take the water from Kenh Dong but use the water from the plant in Duc Hoa III – Viet Hoa Industrial Park and Hoa Khanh Tay Water Plant.

 - Tan Kim Groundwater Plant invested by Holland  Water Supply Co., Ltd. is operating with the exploitation capacity of 1,500 m³/day (in addition to the project in Truogn Binh commune, this company also has the another plant operating with the capacity of 2,000m³/day).

 - Phuoc Vinh Dong Groundwater Plant: calling for investment.

 2. Other projects

 +Bao Dinh Water Plant Project, located at Nhi Thanh commune, the planned capacity of 60,000m³/day, the investment report is under preparation by Long An Water Supply One Member Co., Ltd.

 + Water Supply Project invested by Duc Hoa Water Supply Co., Ltd, taking clean water from Ho Chi Minh City following provincial road 825 to supply water to Tan Do Industrial Park with the estimated capacity in phase 1 of 15,000m³/day, phase 2 of 40,000m³/day, the investment project is under preparation by the investor.​

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