|The Phú Nghĩa Industrial Complex in Chương Mỹ District. - Photo hanoimoi.com.vn|
HÀ NỘI - The capital city will have 159 industrial clusters, covering a total area of more than 3,200ha by 2030, baodautu.vn reports.
This is pursuant to its industrial cluster development master plan for 2020 with a vision to 2030.
In the period up to 2020, there will be 138 industrial clusters with an area of more than 2,620ha in the city. Of these, 52 are newly-established zones, spanning 590ha.The plan has been approved by the municipal People’s Committee.
In the 2021 to 2030 period, five existing industrial clusters will be expanded, having a total area of 45.4ha, and 21 new ones, covering 536ha, will be established.
According to the plant, industrial complexes which are located in the five northern districts of the city —Sóc Sơn, Mê Linh, Đông Anh, Long Biên and Gia Lâm — will prioritise to attract investments in several sectors, including electronics and information technology, engineering, automotives and production of new materials, besides pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
Industrial complexes in the two southern districts of Thường Tín and Phú Xuyên will focus on luring projects in high-tech farming and supporting industries, especially those serving the textiles and garments, footwear, mechanical engineering and electronics sectors.
Meanwhile, those in the western areas of the city, such as Hòa Lạc, Xuân Mai and Miếu Môn, will be involved in bio-industries for agriculture, hi-tech industries, construction materials and hi-end furniture production. -VNS