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PM approves construction of three IPs

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved projects on the construction and infrastructure development of three industrial parks (IPs).

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One of them is the Co Chien IP in Dai Phuoc commune in Cang Long district of the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh.

The IP, covering nearly 200 ha, will be built at a cost of 748.98 billion VND (nearly 32.47 million USD), of which 112.35 billion VND comes from the investor.

Another is the 300-ha Tan Duc IP in Ham Tan district of the southern coastal province of Binh Thuan, invested by Sonadezi Binh Thuan JSC with an investment worth 1.2 trillion VND.

PM Phuc also okayed the investment at Song Lo II IP in Vinh Phuc province in the north. It will be constructed on an area spanning about 165.66 ha with a budget of 1.52 billion VND.

The Government leader asks authorities of relevant provinces to ensure the accuracy of information, statistics and assessment in line with the regulations, and guarantee the compatibility between the implementation of the projects and authorised planning.

 

VNA

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