Two 750-hectare industrial parks in Phu Tho have been added to the plan
The Prime Minister has just approved the addition of 2 industrial parks of Ha Hoa and Tam Nong, Phu Tho province to the Planning for development of Vietnam’s industrial parks till 2020.
Phu Ha industrial park, Phu Tho town. (Photo: thixaphutho.net)
The Prime Minister has just issued a document approving adjustments and supplements to the planning for development of industrial parks (IPs) in Phu Tho province until 2020.
Accordingly, the Prime Minister approved to put Ha Hoa industrial zones (400 ha) in Xuan Ang, Lam Loi and Quan Khe communes, Ha Hoa district and Tam Nong industrial park (350 ha) in Van Luong communes, Thanh Uyen, Co Tiet and Tam Cuong, Tam Nong district are out of the Vietnam Industrial Zone Development Plan to 2020.
At the same time, adding two new industrial parks to the development planning of Vietnam Industrial Park by 2020, including: Ha Hoa Industrial Park with an area of 400 ha in Xuan Ang and Vo Tranh communes, Ha Hoa district, Phu Tho province; Tam Nong industrial park covers an area of 350 hectares in Tu My, Co Tiet and Phuong Thinh communes, Tam Nong district, Phu Tho province.
Other industrial parks are in the planning of industrial zones in Phu Tho province until 2020 approved in Official Letter No. 2501 dated December 10, 2014 of the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister assigned the People’s Committee of Phu Tho province to take comprehensive responsibility for the accuracy of the area scale and the proposed location for adjusting and supplementing the planning of industrial parks to ensure the adjustment.
At the same time, supplementing the planning of the Industrial Park in accordance with the current planning and provisions of the law, so as not to cause disputes and complaints during the implementation of the plan.
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