HCMC to get new industrial zones

HCMC will have seven more industrial zones by 2015. (Photo: Lao Dong)

The Government has decided to establish seven new industrial zones in Ho Chi Minh City by 2015 and change the sizes of three existing ones.

The seven are Dong Nam, 283 hectares; Bau Dung, 175 ha; Phuoc Hiep, 200 ha; Xuan Thoi Thuong, 300 ha; Vinh Loc 3, 200 ha; and Le Minh Xuan 2 and 3, 338 ha and 242 ha.

The size of the Phu Huu IZ will be reduced from 162 to 114 ha, while Le Minh Xuan and Hiep Phuoc IZs will expand respectively to 120 and 500 ha.

By Q.Phuong – Translated by H.Mien

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