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Binh Dinh sets up 3 new industrial complexes

Update: September, 12/2014 - 08:32

The 30-hectare An Mo industrial complex in An Nhon town. — Photo to binhdinh.gov.vn

BINH DINH (VNS) — The People's Committee of the central province of Binh Dinh has decided to establish three new industrial complexes, according to head of the provincial Department of Trade and Industry Nguyen Kim Phuong.

The 30-hectare An Mo industrial complex in An Nhon town, worth VND47.8 billion (US$2,246 million), will process agricultural and forestry products and construction rock.

The 35.7-hectare Phu An industrial complex in Tay Son District will focus on mechanical goods, construction material, agricultural and forestry products and garments.

The 75-hectare Binh Duong industrial complex in Phu My District will produce agricultural products for export, mechanical wares, carton casks, and synthetic laminated steel.

The project aims is the province's latest effort to industrialise and modernize its economy. — VNS



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