Long An Province targets at export revenue of $4.8 bil

The Mekong delta province of Long An has set a target of export revenue up to US$4.8 billion in 2017.

The provincial Department of Industry and Trade said that it has made concerted efforts to boost export in 2017 with revenue goal up to $4.8 billion, an increase of 16 percent compared to last year.

As plan, Long An will increase export of major items such as rice, garment, leather and agricultural produces.

Additionally, the province forecast to achieve industrial production of VND163,700 billion ($7,168,191) and retailed commodity and service revenue of VND75,350 billion.

The province closely coordinates with other agencies in Ho Chi Minh City to help consuming agricultural produces.

At present, the province is implementing measures to improve provincial competitiveness index this year, global competitiveness index and strengthen supporting enterprises by providing information of domestic and international market.

By Long Hoa - Translated by Uyen Phuong

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