06 Aug Government establishes Thai Binh economic zone with a total area of 30,000 ha

Prime Minister has just decided to establish Thai Binh Economic Zone (Thai Binh province), including functional areas such as Thai Binh power center, port and port services, touring, resorts and entertainment, residential, urban, services etc…

According to the decision, Thai Binh Economic Zone is covered a coastal natural area of ​​30,583 ha comprising 30 communes, 1 town in 2 districts of Thai Thuy and Tien Hai and the contiguous coastal part.

Specifically, Thai Thuy district consists of 14 communes (Thuy Hai, Thuy Luong, Thuy Ha, Thuy Tan, Thuy Truong, Thuy Xuan, Thuy Lien, Thai Nguyen, Thai Thuong, Thai Hoa, Thai Do, Thai Tho, Thai Xuyen, My Loc) and 1 town is Diem Dien.


Tien Hai district includes 16 communes: Dong Tra, Dong Hai, Dong Long, Dong Xuyen, Dong Hoang, Dong Minh, Dong Co, Dong Lam, Tay Giang, Tay Son, Nam Cuong, Nam Thang, Nam Thinh, Nam Thanh, Nam Hung, Nam Phu.

As planned, the economic zone constitutes functional areas such as the power center of Thai Binh, industrial complexes, port and port services, resorts and entertainment, the aquaculture and coastal protection forests, residential areas, urban areas, services, administrative areas etc.

Accordingly, it will become a multi-sector area, serving as a breakthrough for Thai Binh province. The zone will be priotizing the development of the local industry which taking the best advantage of the location, the potential of the area with ​​natural gas resources and material resources, being linked to the other economic zones, industrial parks developed in the Red River Delta.

Besides, it is designed to combine the development of agriculture and aquaculture in areas of good land quality and abundant aquatic resources, along with the urban development, services, tourism in accordance with the potential and needs of the region. Moreover, it is expected to create jobs, train and improve the quality of human resources and increase incomes for laborers.

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