Plan to develop Binh Phuoc into industrialized province by 2030

Binh Phuoc is set to become an industrialized province by 2030 with GDRP among the top 15 localities in Vietnam.

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A view of Becamex Binh Phuoc Industrial Park in Binh Phuoc province - Photo: VNA

This is among the targets that a development plan for the southern province must detail a roadmap to achieve.

The plan-making task was recently approved by the Government in Decision 518/QD/TTg.

Accordingly, a plan for 2021-2030 with a vision to 2050 will aim to tap into local potential, advantages, resources and human factors to develop Binh Phuoc in a fast, comprehensive and sustainable manner.

It will also look to turn the province into a modern industrialised locality with comprehensive and sustainable development by 2050.

In its decision, the Government said the plan must ensure close connections between economic development, social progress and justice, gender equality, poverty elimination, and improvement of people’s material and spiritual lives, especially in ethnic minority and mountainous communities.

The plan will also have to ensure the efficient use of land and natural resources, environmental protection and climate change adaptation; pay attention to mass mobilisation work and the consolidation of great national unity; and preserve and bring into play the cultural identities of each local ethnic group.

Binh Phuoc is currently part of the country’s southern key economic region.

Theo VNA

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