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Gov’t approves Long An provincial master planning

VGP - The Southern province of Long An is expected to become a dynamic, effective and sustainable economic hub in the southern region by 2030.

June 15, 2023 8:40 AM GMT+7
Gov’t approves Long An provincial master planning - Ảnh 1.

This is part of the goals enshrined in the Long An provincial master planning in the 2021-2030 phase, with a vision to 2050, approved recently by the Government.

The locality targets to become a gateway on the urban-industrial economic corridor of the Mekong Delta and will be closely connected with Ho Chi Minh City and the Southeast region. 

Its annual GRDP growth is projected to reach 9 percent while the GRDP per capita is expected to increase to over VND180 million (US$7,645) by the end of this decade.

The master plan also targets to raise the proportion of trained labor force to 80 percent, with 40 percent of workers receiving specialized vocational training.

By 2030, the province will have 80 percent of kindergartens, 100 percent of primary schools, 70 percent of secondary schools and 45 percent of high schools meeting national standards.

Forest coverage rate is expected to remain unchanged at 3.3 percent and the average tree density is 8-10 square meters per capita.

By 2050, Long An will be developed into one of the most important economic growth poles of the Mekong Delta with social order, discipline, security, safety and civilization, comprehensive human development, healthy living environment and proactive adaptation to climate change./.