Vietnam boosts marine economic development

Vietnam has boosted its marine economic development, with Hai Phong city and Quang Ninh province expected to become marine economic hubs by 2030.

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

The 60km Ha Long-Van Don expressway halves the travel time between Ha Long and Van Don to 50 minutes

Vietnam boosts marine economic development
Van Don international airport is the first private-invested airport in Vietnam. It is a build-operate-transfer investment of Sun Group

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

Celebrity Millennium of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines of the US carries 2,000 passengers and a crew of nearly 1,000 to Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

The 24.6 km Ha Long-Hai Phong expressway includes Bach Dang, one of the largest cable-stayed bridges in Vietnam

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

Delegates to the 44th Meeting of the Organisation of Asia-Pacific News Agencies Executive Board (OANA 44) visit Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh province

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

Tan Cang is among the most advanced ports in Hai Phong city

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

Dinh Vu is the first seaport in Hai Phong capble of receiving 20,000 ton ships

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

Hai Phong International Container Terminal is the first deep water terminal of the northern key economic region which can accommodate container vessels with a capacity of 14,000 TEUs and general ships with a tonnage of up to 16,000 DWT.

Vietnam boosts marine economic development

Visitors on Cat Ba island 

 

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