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Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on November 27 inspected a number of infrastructure projects in Ho Chi Minh City, including the expansion of Binh Hung waste treatment plant, the construction of Ben Luc-Long Thanh expressway and the upgrading of National Highway 50.
Cultural industry development is a new issue, and Hà Nội does not have much experience promoting its potential advantages.
Vietnam is focusing on developing more green works as an effort to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
By 2030, its aim is to become an international tourism hub and a green-growth-centred province with high adaptability to climate change and rising sea levels.
An international conference was held in Hanoi on November 25 to seek the enhancement of cooperation with global investment institutions to mobilise green finance for State-owned enterprise (SoE) restructuring and sustainable development.
Hà Nội authorities plan to “revive” parks in the city next year so that people can benefit from them and have free access to these public spaces.
The south-eastern province of Tây Ninh has effectively built new-style rural areas to improve the lives of people.
The urban economy is expected to contribute some 75% of the national GDP by 2025 and about 85% by 2030 under an action programme of the Government.
Investors and businesses have been urged to accelerate the construction of projects in the Nghi Son Economic Zone in the north-central province of Thanh Hoa.
Vietnam’s urbanisation rate would be at least 45% by 2025 and over 50% by 2030 under an action programme adopted by the Government.
Speaking at the UK Smart Cities Day 2022, Sam Wood, British deputy consul general in HCM City, said Việt Nam is a key partner of the UK on digital tech and innovation, including smart cities development.
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