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Southern area develops service centres

Update: February, 17/2014 - 09:02

HCM City will be built into one of the biggest services centres in Southeast Asia, providing financial, banking, commercial, tourism, telecommunication and shipping services for the region.— File Photo

HCM CITY (VNS) — The per capita gross domestic product (GDP) income of the Southern Economic Zone will reach US$5,000 by 2020, and the region is to be developed with a focus on high quality and sustainable growth, according to the regional master plan for socio–economic development.

Under the scheme approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on 13 February 2014, the Southern Economic Zone will be developed at 8.5–9 per cent annually.

HCM City will be built into one of the biggest services centres in Southeast Asia, providing financial, banking, commercial, tourism, telecommunication and shipping services for the region.

Vung Tau City in Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province will become a national and international tourism and oil and gas service centre while Bien Hoa City in Dong Nai and Thu Dau Mot in Binh Duong Province will be big service centres for industrial development. — VNS

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