Viet Nam’s master plan focuses on development of six major port clusters

Update: 10:24 | 17/10/2021
Viet Nam’s master plan on developing domestic seaport network over the next 10 years, with a vision to 2050, will focus on the development of six major port clusters, Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has said.

Viet Nam’s master plan focuses on development of six major port clusters
Hai Ha Seaport Industrial Zone in Quang Ninh province. (Photo: baoquangninh)

The Minister made the remark during a recent conference of the Transport Ministry announcing the master plan.

The plan gives priority to upgrading the system of seaports in northern Hai Phong city, with an aim of turning Lach Huyen into a port serving container cargo, along with the port clusters in Thanh Hoa, Da Nang and Khanh Hoa in the central region, and Cai Mep (Ba Ria-Vung Tau) and Tran De (Soc Trang) in the south.

He said that a specific mechanism will be devised to seek consideration of the Prime Minister.

Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Xuan Sang said that the plan was among national ones that receive the earliest approval of the Government. It holds significant meaning in realising socio-economic development and maritime economy strategies.

Under the plan, priority will also be given to international gateway ports, large-scale seaports and those serving tourism development and industrial parks.

Up to 95 percent of about 313 trillion VND (nearly 13.8 billion USD) needed for the plan’s implementation will be mobilised outside the State budget.

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(Source: VNA)