Local Government

  • Binh Dinh province

  • Monday, 7/3/2017

  • AsemconnectVietnam - Binh Dinh is a province in the South-Central Coast of Vietnam, adjoining Quang Ngai province to the north, Phu Yen province the south, Gia Lai to the west and the East Sea to the east.

    Add: No. 104 Nguyen Hue Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822655
    Secretary: Vu Hoang Ha
    Deputy Secretary: Pham Van Thanh
    Deputy Secretary: Nguyen Van Thien
    Add: No. 01 Tran Phu Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822278
    Chairman: Vu Hoang Ha
    Vice Chairman: Nguyen Ngoc Tro
    Add: No. 01 Tran Phu Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822294; 3822909
    Fax: 056.3822057
    Chairman: Nguyen Van Thien
    Vice Chairman: Le Huu Loc
    Vice Chairman: Nguyen Thi Thanh Binh

    - Department of Investment & Planning
    Add: No. 35 Le Loi Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822628
    Fax: 056.3824509
    - Department of  Finance
    Add: No.181 Le Hong Phong Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3892851
    Fax: 056.3892559
    - Department of Natural Resources & Environment
    Add: No. 08 Hai Ba Trung Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3824853
    Fax: 056.3824950
    - Department of Industry  and Trade
    Add: No. 59-61 Le Hong Phong Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3825043; 3811021
    Fax: 056.3825043
    - Department of Agriculture & Rural Development
    Add: No. 71 Le Hong Phong Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822917
    Fax: 056.3827777
    - Department of Construction
    Add: Ly Thuong Kiet Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822882
    Fax: 056.3829056
    - Department of Tourism, Sport & Culture
    Add: No. 183 Le Hong Phong Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3814673
    Fax: 056.3823289
    - Department of Science & Technology
    Add: No. 68 Le Duan Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3823661
    Fax: 056.3823661
    - Department of Transport
    Add: No. 16 Nguyen Hue Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3892172
    Fax: 056.3891536
    - Department of Education & Training
    Add: No. 08 Tran Phu Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822128
    Fax: 056.3826744
    - Department of Labor, War Invalids & Social Affairs
    Add: No. 215 Tran Hung Dao Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822716
    Fax: 056.3827312
    - Department of Justice
    Add: Le Loi Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3814269
    - Department of Health
    Add: No. 756 Tran Hung Dao Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822459
    Fax: 056.3827696
    - Department of Home Affairs
    Add: No.180 Tang Bat Ho Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822603
    Fax: 056.3822169
    - Provincial Inspectorate
    Add: No. 423 Tran Hung Dao Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3822585
    Fax: 056.3814753
    - Department of Telecommunications and Information
    Add: No. 13 Ha Huy Tap Road, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056.3845519
    - Geography
    Binh Dinh is a province in the South-Central Coast of Vietnam, adjoining Quang Ngai Province to the north, Phu Yen Province the south, Gia Lai to the west and the South China Sea to the east.
    The provincial capital, Quy Nhon City, is 1,065 km from Hanoi, 686 km from Ho Chi Minh City, 300 km from Da Nang City and 230 km from Nha Trang City (Khanh Hoa Province)
    This geographical position is of significance to development strategies of the Central Coast and the Central Highlands. Also, the province acts as a focal point of major transportation routes, such as the North-South railway, aviation, national highway No.1A, and national highway No.19,  connecting Quy Nhon Port with the Central Highlands and extending as far as southern Laos, north-eastern Cambodia and Thailand.
    Additionally, Binh Dinh is a member of the Central Key Economic Zone. The CKEZ includes five provinces, namely Binh Dinh, Thua Thien Hue, Da Nang, Quang Nam and Quang Ngai.
    - Climate
    The province’s average temprature is 27.40C, with the highest temperature of  39.10C and the lowest temperature of 15.50C.
    Total number of annual sunny hours is 2,223. Annual rainfall is 1,935 mm. Mean humidity is 80 percent
    The height of tidal wave is recorded at 154 cm, ranging from 260 cm to 44 cm.
    Project title
    Vegetable oil processing plant
    The districts of Hoai Nhon, Phu My,
    Phu Cat, and Tay Son
    Long My Industrial Park & Industrial Complex along Highway 19
    20.000 tons of input materials
    Cashew nut processing plant
    Long My Industrial Park
    The districts of Phu My, Phu Cat, Tay Son
    20,000 tons of input materials
    Coconut products plant
    The districts of Hoai Nhon and Phu My
    10-20 million fruit a year
    Exportable meat processing factory
    Long My Industrial Zone &
    Industrial Complex of the districts of Hoai Nhon and An Nhon
    1,500-2,000 tons a year
    Silk cord and silk weaving plant
    The districts of Hoai Nhon, Tay Son
    Plant of processing export seafood
    Long My Industrial zone, Industry zones of districts of Hoai Nhon, Phu My, Tuy Phuoc
    10.000 ton/year
    Breeding shrimp with high technology in sandy and alkaline areas
    districts of Hoai Nhon, Phu My, Tuy Phuoc, Phu Cat and Quy Nhon City
    Producing boat engine and fishing logistic equipment
    Long My Industrial zone, Nhon Hoi Industrial zone, districts of Hoai Nhon, Phu Cat
    60-1.000 CV
    build newly and equip synchronously team of ship for fishing ocean tunny
    Quy Nhon City and districts of Hoai Nhon, Phu Cat, Phu My
    30 ships with capacity 150-600 CV
    Building ships of logistic service and purchasing export seafood on the sea
    Quy Nhon city and districts of Hoai Nhon, Phu Cat, Phu My, Tuy Phuoc
    3- 5 ships with capacity of over 700 CV
    Export fine-art ceramic plant
    Districts of Tay son or Phu Cat
    1 million units a year
    Producing man-made rutin and pigment color powder from titan
    Building plants in exploitation mines or industrial groups in districts which have mines
    10,000-20,000 tons a year
    Plants of producing export footwear
    industrial zones of Long My, Nhon Hoi, Nhon Hoa, industrial groups in districts
    10,000 product tons per year
    plant of producing civil and industrial plastic
    industrial zones of Long My, Nhon Hoi, Nhon Hoa, industrial groups alongside National road N.19
    project of investing in technology of dyeing and  covering surface of ashlar paving stone
    industrial zones of Long My, Nhon Hoi, Nhon Hoa, industrial groups alongside National road N.19
    plant of geothermy electricity
    Cat  Hiep commune, Phu Cat district
    20-25 MW
    plant of producing industrial electronic-electric accessories
    Industrial zones of Long My, Nhon Hoi
    plant of newly shipbuilding
    Nhon Hoi economic zone
    Hoi Van hot spring resort
    Cat Hiep commune, Phu Cat district
    30 ha
    Phu Hoa lake tourism zone
    Phu Hoa lake in Nhon Phu and Quang Trung wards in Quy Nhon city.
    150 ha
    Ham Ho tourism zone
    Tay Phu commune, Tay Son district
    2,000 ha
    Vinh Hoi tourism zone
    Cat Hai commune, Phu Cat district
    91.5 ha
    Tan Thanh tourism zone
    Cat Hai commune, Phu Cat district
    55 ha
    Build Trade Center
    Quy Nhon Trade center, alongside Nguyen Tat Thanh and An Duong Vuong roads, Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province
    build high-rise tenement house
    Ghenh Rang, Quang Trung, Nhon Phu, Dong Da wards and Nhon Hoi economic zone, Quy Nhon city
    office building for rent and information technology center
    01 Ngo May street, Quy Nhon city, Quy Nhon Trade and Service center, Nhon
    Hoi new urban area
    Investing in developing Nhon Hoi economic zone
    83 Le Hong Phong, Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province
    Tel: 056.3820957 – 3820958
    Conntact address: 
    Investment Promotion Center of Binh Dinh province
    Tel: 056. 3818888, 3818889  Fax: 056. 3818887
    Binh Dinh Management Board on Industrial Zones
    Address: 65 Tay Son, Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province
    Tel: 056.3846616  Fax: 056.3846616

    - Phu Tai Industrial Park
    Area: 350 ha
    Location: At the intersection of National Highways No.1A and No. 19 in the territories of Tran Quang Dieu and Bui Thi Xuan wards, Quy Nhon City, 12 km west of Quy Nhon Seaport, 2 km from Dieu Tri Railway Station and 20 km south of Phu Cat Airport.
    Priority sectors: Production and processing of wooden and forest products, paper and cardboards, granite, construction materials, fishery products, food, beverages and so on.
    - Long My Industrial Park
    Area: 200 ha
    Location: Bui Thi Xuan Ward, Quy Nhon City and Phuoc My Commune, Tuy Phuoc District, 18 km from Quy Nhon City’s centre and nearby Phu Tai Industrial Park.
    Priority sectors: Manufacture of building materials, agricultural processing, fertilizers, plastics, and mechanization of agriculture and forestry.
    - Nhon Hoi Industrial Park
    Area: 1,395 ha
    Location: Nhon Hoi Economic Zone
    - Nhon Hoa Industrial Park
    Area: 180 ha
    Location: South of National Highway No.19, 24 km from Quy Nhon City, 30 km from Quy Nhon Port and 7 km south-east of National Highway No. 1A.
    Priority sectors: Agricultural and forestry processing, production of building materials, mechanical engineering, and metallurgy.
    - Cat Khanh Industrial Park
    Area: 170 ha
    Location: Phu Cat District, Binh Dinh Province
    - Binh Nghi Industrial Park
    Area: 210 ha
    Location: Tay Son District, Binh Dinh Province
    - Nhon Hoi Economic zone
    Area: 12,000 ha, including the communes of Nhon Hoi, Nhon Ly, Nhon Hai and Zone 9 of Hai Cang ward in Quy Nhon city, part of the communes of Phuoc Hoa and Phuoc Son, Tuy Phuoc Distric, and part of the communes of Cat Tien, Cat Chanh and Cat Hai, Phu Cat District.
    Location: Adjoining Quy Nhon city, in Phuong Mai peninsula, Binh Dinh Province.
    Founded on June 14, 2005, Nhon Hoi Economic Zone was built and developed into a interdisciplinary and multi-sector area, having its own operation regulation. The zone is made up of a non-tariff area, an industrial area, a seaport and related services area, tourism and service areas, a new urban area operating under the special preferential mechanism. The economic zone of Nhon Hoi acts as a driving force behind socio-economic development in Binh Dinh province and Central Vietnam.
    Priority sectors:
    - Large-scale industries, including agricultural, forestry and fishery processing, building materials, shipbuilding and repair, petrochemicals, electronics, electrical materials, exportable garments and textiles.
    - To build commercial and transit center combined with investment  in deep-water seaports and logistic service sites of Nhon Hoi Port to make it together with National Highway No. 19, Duc Co and Bo Y border gates an important gateway to the sea for the South-Central Coast region, the Central Highlands and the greater Me Kong River sub-region.
    For further detailed information, please contact: 
    The Management Board of Nhon Hoi Economic Zone
    Address: 83 Le Hong Phong, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056 3820957; 3820958; 3818302
    Fax: 056. 3820965
    Binh Dinh Industrial Park Management Board
    Address: 65 Tay Son, Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province
    Tel: 056. 3747641
    Fax: 056. 3646257
    - Natural mineral resources
    Stone of various kinds and granite, used as high-grade construction materials, are mainly distributed near traffic routes with reserves of about 700 cubic meters.
    Limenite can be found in the districts of Phu My, Phu Cat, and Hoai Nhon district, with estimated reserves of about 2.5 million tons.
    Sand and white sand are available along the coast, in valleys and alluvial grounds of dry riverbeds, with reserves of 14 million cubic meters
    Kaoline can be mined in the districts of Phu Cat and Tuy Phuoc, with reserves of around 25 million tons.
    Clay can be tapped in the districts of Tay Son, An Nhon, Tuy Phuoc and Hoai Nhon, with reserves of about 13.5 million cubic meters.
    Gold mines are allocated in the districts of in Hoai An, Vinh Thanh and Tay Son, with original gold reserves of about 22 million tons.
    In addition, the province has five springs, including Hoi Van, Chanh Thang (Phu Cat), Dinh Quang, Vinh Thinh (Vinh Thanh), and Long My (Tuy Phuoc). Of these, Long My hot spring is of international standard, and it is estimated that 50 million litters of hot mineral water can be tapped here a year.
    - Land resources
    Land type
    Forested land
    - Natural forests
    - Planted forests
    167,067 ha
    62,130 ha
    Agricultural land
    - Land devoted to yearly crops
    - Land for growing perennial crops
    - Land with water surface for aquaculture 
    - Land of other types
    84,095 ha
     15,387 ha
     2,723 ha
     15,188 ha
    - Water resources
    The province has 145 water reservoirs, 108 water dams, 171 pumping stations. Fifty two percent of the province’s cultivation area is watered by irrigation works. Also, Binh Dinh has the costal line of 134 km and its water territory of about 2,500 sq. km. Water supply capacity in Quy Nhon City is estimated at about 45,000 cubic meters per day and night.
    Human resources
    The population of Binh Dinh province is estimated at 1.6 million, of which working- age population accounts for over 50 percent. The Quy Nhon University provides education and training for 31 different branches. It is significant to note that the province’s Technical Workers’ College, the Teacher’s Training College and vocational schools annually train thousands of technical and scientific cadres, skillful workers for the region in general and for the province in particular
    - Infrastructure
    National Highway 1A passes through the province for 118 km. National Highway 1D connects Quy Nhon City with Song Cau District, Phu Yen Province on National Highway 1A’s route, with a length of 19 km. National Highway 19, which extends through the province for 70 km, links Binh Dinh to Central Highland’s provinces, Southern Laos and the Northeast of Cambodia. The provincial road network has a total length of 386 km along with thousands of kilometers of rural roads.
    The national railway runs through the province for 150 km, with the main railway station being Dieu Tri and districts’ substations. 
    Quy Nhon Port is one of Vietnam’s ten biggest seaports, which are given investment priority by the Government, given that the advantages of airtight berths, a water depth of 8.50 m, large yards and warehouses. It can accommodate 3,000-ton ships. The port is 5 nautical miles of buoy 0, 10 km from National Highway 1A, 175 nautical miles of Da Nang Port, 90 nautical miles of Nha Trang Port, 280 nautical miles of Vung Tau Port and 455 nautical miles of Hai Phong Port.
    Thi Nai Port is close to Quy Nhon port, with a total length of quays being 268 meters and a water depth of 4-6 meters. The port can handle ships of 3,000 - 5,000 tonnages.
    Nhon Hoi seaport, which is situated in Nhon Hoi Economic Zone, has a handling capacity of 12 million tons.
    The electricity network of Binh Dinh province includes high-voltage lines, low-pressure lines and distribution transformer stations. All wards and communes in the province can be accessible to electricity, of which 152 wards and communes are provided with electricity from the national grid, and 3 wards use diesel electricity.
    1. Binh Dinh province’s overall plan on socio-economic development in a period of 2006 - 2020 must be consistent with a general strategy of socio - economic development of the country, with south central coastal region and placed in relationship with the central key economic region , in association with east – west corridor, with central highlands provinces, provinces in southern Laos, northeastern Cambodia and Thailand.
    2. Maximize internal resources, taking advantage of attracting external resources, open environment to attract investment, accelerate economic growth, economic restructuring toward industrialization of modernization.
    3. To ensure objective of increasing rapidly and sustainable economic associated with field of social – culture; preservation and promotion of national cultural identity.
    4. Develop socio-economic associated with promoting people factor , improve quality of human resources; strengthen and attach importance in investing and developing human resource.
    5. Incorporate economic development with protecting ecological environment, ensuring sustainable development. 6. Add goal of economic development with construction of strong social-political system , strengthen defense and security, building great national unity in the province.
    1. Overall objectives:
    - To crow and develop sustainable economic, implementation of economic restructuring, labor structure, urban scale in direction of industrialization, modernization; increase proportion of industry, construction and services, substantially reduce proportion of agriculture, forestry and aquaculture in economic structure. Strive to 2020, Binh Dinh become a modern industry province and is one of a center on socio - economic development , positively contribute to development of key economic region of the Central and the country. People's living will be improved and enhanced, protecting ecological environment; guarantee national defense and security.
    - To strive to reach growth rate of GDP of 14.8% per year in a period of 2006 – 2020, 13% in a period of 2006 – 2010, 15% in a period of 2011 - 2015 and 16,5% in a period of 2016 - 2020. GDP per capita in 2010 is about US$ 900; $ 2,200 in 2015 and $ 4,000 in 2020;
    - Economic structure continues to shift towards positive trend, in particular: in 2010 proportion of industry - construction accounts for 37.4%, agriculture, forestry and fisheries account for 27.6%, services 35.0%, by 2015 these proportion are 40.0% - 22.0% - 38.0% and in 2020 : 43.0% - 16.0% - 41.0%, respectively;
    - Export turnover reaches $ 360 million in 2010, 750 million in 2015 and $ 1.4 billion in 2020;
    - Urbanization rate reaches 35.0% in 2010, 45 % in 2015 and 52% in 2020; ]
    - Forest coverage rate reaches 44% in 2010; 47% in 2015 and 49% in 2020; - Rate of natural population growth per year is 0.6% during a period of 2006 - 2010 and stabilize natural population after 2010;
    - To reduce poverty rate to below 10% in 2010 ( poverty standard of a period 2006-2010) and basically there are no poor households in 2015. By 2010 about 95% of urban resident use clean water, 85% of rural population use clean water, in 2015 to ensure 100 % of people use clean water for daily life;
    - To strive to increase number of labourers having jobs up to 24,000 - 25,000 people a year in a period of 2006 - 2010 and about 25,000 - 30,000 people per year in 2010; in which, number of people having demand for jobs in the province are 16,000 - 17,000 employees.
    2. Specific objectives:
    - To complete program of national standard on health commune under regulation. Strive to reduce number of malnutrition children under 5 years old in 2010 to less than 20%, below 14% in 2015 and less than 5% in 2020.
    III. Development orientation of fields
    1. Industry and handicraft: 
    - To concentrate investment and accelerate development of Nhon Hoi economic zone in order to create a breakthrough for socio - economic development of the province;
    - To strive to reach average growth rate of industry production value in a period of 2006 - 2015 of 24.5% and in a period of 2016 - 2020 is 24% per year;
    - To complete industrial parks of Phu Tai, Long My and continue to develop industrial parks: Nhon Hoi, Nhon Hoa, Hoa Hoi, Khanh Cat, Cat Trinh, Bong Son, Binh Nghi - Nhon Tan, building industrial complexes in districts, city. At the same time, review and supplement the Plan industrial zones and complexes of the province in a period after 2010;
    - To focus on developing industries which having advantages of raw materials towards increasing proportion of refined items such as processed seafood products, wood processing, pulp and forest products, agricultural processing, mining and mineral processing, pharmaceutical production ... - Increase gradually new industrial products, high-tech products to meet national and international standards such as electricity - electronics, petrochemicals, power industry (thermal power, wind power, medium and small – sized hyower), seaport industry, engineering ... - Developing some other industries in rural areas to create jobs for local labor force, raising incomes in rural area; at the same time restoring some traditional villages, traditional handicrafts.
    2. Agriculture and forestry:
     - To develop agriculture, forestry and fisheries in direction of associating with commodity production, export production; improve productivity, quality of agricultural products basing on strong investment in seed stage; promote application techniques into production; strengthen training of scientific and technical staff, managers to have qualifications to meet requirements of industrialization and modernization of rural area and agriculture;
    - To promote agricultural restructure, reduce gradually cultivation, increase proportion of animal husbandry and agricultural services. By 2010 proportion of livestock rise to 45% and rise above 50% in 2020;
    - To focus on conversion of land which produce three rice crops per year to produce two crops per year in some areas produced 3 crops by unstable weather. , stabilize cultivation, increase productivity area of raw materials like sugar cane (4,400 ha), wheat (4,400 ha), cashew, rubber, paper material trees ... to meet demands for processing plants;
    - To develop livestock in form of centralized industrial farms; away from residential area with reasonable herd scale. Improve seed quality, diversify product, develop a cattle herd in 2010 to 300,000 of cows, percentage of crossbred cattle to reach 65%; in 2020 reaching 400,000 of cows, basically crossbred cows, 800,000 of pigs with 90% of crossbred pigs in 2010 and 1 million of pigs with crossbred of ratio of 98% in 2020;
    - To improve infrastructure including transportation, electricity, irrigation, clean water supply, market networks and other services for agricultural sector and rural areas. agricultural belt to serve Quy Nhon city, towns, industrial clusters and zones; - Promote focused afforestation focused, strive to grow in annual average of 5,000-6,000 ha.
    3. Fisheries:
    - Total catching output in 2010 reaches 110,000 tons per year and in a period of 2015 - 2020 the output is stable at 150,000 tonnes per year. Newly building and equip synchronously modern fleet of ocean tuna fishing with a capacity of 150-600 CV to increase their offshore fishing production, limit inshore fishing boats;
    - To strive to achieve shrimp and seafood output of 4,500 tons / year in 2010, in 2015 reaches 6,500 tons per year and in 2020 reaches 10,000 tons per year. Diversify aquaculture in both salt water, brackish water and fresh water; at the same time, focusing on solutions to associate improvement of production efficiency with environmental protection; - Develop logistic services for fishing; complete construction of fishing ports: Quy Nhon , Tam Quan, De Gi.
    4. Export activities, tourism, services and urban development
    4.1. For export
    - To develop strategic export items like seafood, refined furniture, minerals, garments, footwear, handicrafts ... towards limiting export of raw materials, increase proportion of refined products and gradually produce high quality products for export.
    4.2. Tourism
    - To strive to 2010, reaching 1 million tourists per year (international visitors accounting for about 16%); by 2020, reaching approximately 2 million tourists per year (25% international visitors). To plan space of tourism zones, route and focus on investing and developing characteristic tourism products of the province. There investment encouraged policies to attract large national and international tourism companies to invest in tourism route of Phuong Mai – Nui Ba to form soo a key national tourism tour.
    4.3. Service
    - To develop services : finance, banking, transportation, telecommunications, consultancy, development of market systems, combining existing market with building new markets, wholesale markets.
    4.4. Urban development
    - To strive to upgrade Quy Nhon city became urban level I under the province soon; develop town: Binh Dinh to become Binh Dinh township, Bong Son to become Bong Son township in 2010, Phu Phong to become Phu Phong township before 2015 and Cat Tien become Cat Tien township before 2020.
    5. Infrastructure development
    5.1. Transportation
    - By 2010, upgrade national highway 19 Quy Nhon port - An Khe pass into delta road level III, in which, road of Quy Nhon port - Phu Phong of 40 km long under delta road level I. From 2011 - 2020, highway construction of Quang Ngai.
    - Quy Nhon - Nha Trang connecting system of national highways;
    - Construct road from town of Tuy Phuoc to Nhon Hoi port, upgrade national highway 1D Km0 to Km7 to standard level I urban roads; - By 2010, concrete entire provincial road system, in a period after 2010, continue to upgrade provincial road system; - Complete construction of urban roads under planning Quy Nhon. Investment in construction of roads of   newly formed urban inner cities (towns) ; - By 2010, concrete 100% inter-communal roads, communal axis roads to reach rate of 60% of concrete roads in rural areas and in 2020 reaches 100%; - Upgrading and expanding runways and terminals of Phu Cat airport to receive large aircraft. Strive to reach capacity of 0.2 million passengers and 2,000 tons of cargo in 2010, 0.3 million passengers and 4,000 tons of cargo in 2020; increase frequency of flights Hanoi - Quy Nhon - Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh city - Quy Nhon - Ho Chi Minh City. After 2010, having flights to Quy Nhon - Hue, Quy Nhon - Da Lat, Quy Nhon - Cam Ranh. Having orientation to upgade Phu Cat airport become an international airport soon;
    - In a period after 2010, relocate railway station of Quy Nhon; preparing to construct railway of 23.2 km long connecting Nhon Hoi economic zone and seaport with national railway through Tien station, Binh Nhon Port .
    - Improve capacity of Quy Nhon port to reach and stabilize 4 million tons / year in 2010; Thi Nai port reaches 0.8 to 1 million tons in 2010 and stablize 1.3 million tons / year in a period of 2015 - 2020;
    - Construct Nhon Hoi port to handle ships of 50,000 tons. Strive to reach 2 million tons a year after 2010 and in 2020 reaches 11.5 to 12 million tons; construct Tam Quan port , port of De GI become commodity port.
    5.2. Water resources
    - In a period of 2006 - 2010: Complete construction of lakes of Binh Dinh , Quang Hien, Can Hau, Nuoc Trong Thuong, Suoi Duoc, canals of N1 Ninh Thuan, Da Mai, Thuan Phong, Phu Dong… and some small lakes in Van Canh, Vinh Thanh ... In 2010, 80% of cultivated land are irrigated. Upgrade and repair deteriorated irrigation. Solidify canals in the province reached 100% of canal level 1 and 50% of level 2, 3 in 2010; to 2020, completing program of solidifying canals;
    - In a period of 2011 - 2020: construct lakes of Dong Mit, Ding Song (An Lao), Nui Thap, Lai Giang dams, Can Hau, Vuon Moi, Da Ban (Hoai Nhon); river systems: Kim Son, Nuoc Luong (Hoai An) ... and some lakes on rivers and streams in Van Canh, Vinh Thanh.
    5.3. Water supply
    - By 2010, construct concentrated clean water supply systems in rural areas where have favourable water resource to provide sufficient water for industrial zones, complexes and residential areas; build clean water supply systems in 10 towns; build a water plant with a capacity of 64,000 m3/day to supply water for Nhon Hoi economic zone. After 2010, rise capacity of Quy Nhon water plant to 100,000 m3/day and renovate, upgrade water plants which were built before 2007 towns.
    5.4. Power supply
    - By 2010, 100% of households have electricity. Average consumption of electricity per person in 2010 reaches 792 kWh, 1,700 kWh in 2015 and 3,000 kWh in 2020.
    5.5. Post and telecommunications
    - By 2010, strive to reach 100% of communes having communal cultural post offices; number of telephone subscribers reaches 55 - 60 subscribers per 100 people; density of Internet subscribers reaches 6-8 subscribers per 100 people, out of which, broadband Internet subscriber accounts for about 98%, percentage of Internet users posts 25 - 30% of population. By 2020, strive to be among group of relatively developed provinces in a field of telecommunications and Internet services across the country.
    6. Development of social sectors and fields
    6.1. Population, labor and employment
    - To reduce birth rate 0.6 ‰ per year in a period of 2006-2010, stablize natural population after 2010. In 5 years from 2006 to 2010, attract 24,000 -25,000 employees each year in a period of 2011 - 2020, create jobs for 168,000 employees in the provincial; labor structure shifts towards reducing proportion of agricultural labour to 64% in 2010 and 40% in 2020. Strive to reduce poverty household rate to below 10% and there are no poor households in 2015.
    6.2. Education and training
    - By 2010, ensure 100% of communes, wards and towns having kindergartens, in which at least 40% of kindergartens meets national standard, 50% of primary schools meets national standard, 50% of primary pupil learn two sessions per day and 80% in 2015. Transfer semi-public schools and some public schools to private schools. At the same time, restructure public school system to achieve high quality and efficiency;
    - By 2020, each commune has at least one school facilities meeting national standards. Develop more high schools in communal clusters, centers of communal clusters, 100% of pupil in age of 11-15 come to secondary schools and 75% of pupil in age of 16-18 come to high secondary schools; - Promote vocational guidance for pupils of secondary schools and high secondary education. By 2010, 75-80% of pupil are vocational guidance and 100% in 2015. Invest and develop university of Quy Nhon and Quang Trung university (private); build vocational college, vocational school of Hoai Nhon and vocational training centers in Tay Son, Phu My, An Nhon ; upgrade college of health.
    6.3. Development of health
    - To continue to strengthen and improve organizational systems, develop medical network at grassroots level in both quantity and quality. Standardize and enhance cadre training for local health care, paying attention on ethnic minorities;
    - To continue to invest in facilities and equipment in order to gradually improve health system from provincial level to grassroots level. Perform diversification forms of health care, socialize medicine tasks. In 2010, strive to achieve 100% of target such as consolidating health care network from provincial to grassroots, health stations were built under national standards model. Further improve quality of health services;
    - To upgrade provincial hospital to become hospital type I before 2010; build traditional medicine hospital; form eye hospital, pediatric hospital; continue to upgrade, supplement equipment for regional hospitals, district and city hospitals, health stations; - Encourage investment in development of private hospitals, high quality medical diagnostic center.
    6.4. Culture and information
    - To conserve, restore, promote value of traditional cultural heritage (both physical and intangible culture); invest in restoring and upgrading of historical , revolutionary relics;
    - To complete construction of center of culture and information, labourer culture house, youth culture house; upgrade Quang Trung museum, general museum; build Cham museum;
    - To complete and upgrade facilities of radio and television throughout the province. Improve local program duration to 15 hours per day on radio in 2010 and 20 hours in 2015. By 2015, have two channels in local television program and in 2020 raise to three channels; increase duration of radio and television in ethnic s.
    6.5. Development of science and technology
    - To promote efficiently new driving power factor (computerization, biotechnology, new materials, new energy and clean, environmental protection technology) and traditional driving force factors of science and technology (electrification, mechanization); develop endogenous resources, timely exploit opportunities and market trends to contribute to implement properly objectives of socio-economic development. By 2020, the province's science and technology basically become  important, core force and they are really productive forces of local economy.
    6.6. Environmental protection
    - To protect, develop sustainable environment and natural resources; exploit rationally and use savely , effectively natural resource in permited limits on ecological and environmental protection; treat and control effectively environmental pollution, overcome environmental degradation, manage solid waste and implement process of "clean industrialization".
    IV. Development of key areas, programs and projects given priority for investment
    1. Development of urban systems and rural residential areas
    - Quy Nhon City is built toward city type I, which includes Dieu Tri town and two communes of An Phuoc, Phuoc Thanh (Phuoc Tuy district). - Vision to 2020, establish four towns in the province; in which towns of Binh Dinh and Bong Son become township in 2010, town of Phu Phong become township of Phu Phong before 2015 and town of Cat Tien become Cat Tien township before 2020, build new urban area in north Ha Thanh river, Phu Hoa kake, Cat Tien and Nhon Phuoc resettlement area. - Construct towns become a development center of districts, promote development in rural areas of these districts.
     2. Investment and development of Nhon Hoi Economic Zone
    - To ưork expeditiously to complete detailed plan of functional areas and invest in infrastructure construction. Implement better mechanisms and policies which have been approved by the Prime Minister; enhance investment promotion, early establish and put into operation industrial parks, service and tourism areas, make important breakthrough in industrial development, tourism services and economic restructure for a period of 2011 – 2015 Nhon Hoi economic zone contribute to the province's economic growth around 20-30% and 30-40% in a period of 2016 - 2020.
    3. Social - economic development in mountainous areas:
     - To prioritize investment projects and programs for social - economic development of mountainous districts and communes; have mechanisms and appropriate policies to encourage investment in this sector to improve people's living standards.
     V. Major solutions on implementing plan
    1. To review, adjust and supplement development plan of fields and sectors and economic areas in the province, ensure consistency of time, space and fit overall plan of socio - economic development of the province; improve quality of management, plan implementation as a basis for social - economic development, consolidate, maintain security and defense. Develop key programs of social - economic development and phase investment of projects which have been identified priority in development plan to suit each stage. Make well investment preparation.
    2. To continue to implement effectively promulgated mechanisms and policies; at the same time, research to build a number of policies which are suitable with characteristics and situations of Binh Dinh province, particularly measures to encourage accumulation for investment, production development, solve timely difficulties and problems in production, trading, import and export, services; strengthen inter-provincial cooperation to better exploit local potential, economy; link synchronously mechanisms, policies and direct implementation suitable with the plan.
    3. To step up investment promotion, build investment strategies toward export orientation and export market promotion program. Actively develop new markets, especially rural market to boost production and consumption of agricultural goods; strengthen and encourage application of advanced scientific and technology into production to create high-quality products having competitiveness in market; build mechanisms to stimulate purchasing power of the people, especially in rural areas.
    4. To  promote training and retraining of cadres, civil servants and business management personnel to meet requirements of industrialization and modernization; have full abolity to access advances management scientific, technology, market, proactive international economic integration. - Improve quality of human resource training to meet labor market needs; encourage all economic sectors to participate in vocational training, especially in form of vocational training according to order of enterprises, investors ; promote employment services, labor export. Also, there are measures to closely monitor the activities of labor export enterprises, organizations to ensure legal rights of workers.
    5. Total demand for investment development capital in a period of 2006 - 2010 is about 45,000 billion VND; in a period of 2011 - 2015 is approximately VND 247,000 billion and in a period 2016 - 2020 is approximately VND 329,000 billion.
    To meet demand for capital investment, must have solution to mobilize capital in order to promote diversification of investment. Out of which, mainly moblize internal resources , mobilize and use effectively capital resourse from land, attract investment from other economic sectors, continue to promote socialization of investment in health , education and sports sectors. Capital resources mobilizing for development investment as follows:
    - The State budget (central budget and local budgets) must be focused on investment in social –economy infrastructure development; - Continue to generate capital from land fund, implement mechanisms of land use right auction to have investment capital to construct infrastructure in new urban areas and industrial zones. Review, withdraw unused land, improper used land in accordance with law on land. - Other capital sources to join investment, especially investment in building infrastructure systems, roads in industrial zones, complexed, ensuring convenience for production and business activities.
    6. To step up administrative reforms, especially administrative procedures to reduce inconvenience for businesses and the people; enhance effectiveness in administration and social - economic management; Promote better material and political responsibility of organizations and individuals in all levels and enterprises. 7. Once this plan is approved, the province announce promptly in many ways to Party committees and governments, -UNION-s, businesses and people in the province; organize to introduce, broadcast priority projects for investors, strengthen supervision of implementation of development investment under approved plan. At the end of each plan period ( 2010, 2015, 2020), evaluate implementation of plan in each period, supplement and adjust timely objectives, investment list in line with reality situation.
    Binh Dinh province has set up and developed many industrial production fields such as agriculture- forestry and fisheries processing, consumption products, construction material producing industry, mineral exploitation and processing, garment and textile, footwear for export, etc. Several local industrial products have high quality and obtain their prestige in domestic and foreign markets including: frozen seafood, animal husbandry products,  swallow’s nest, RS sugar, beer, fine – art rattan products, civil woodwork,  granite ashlars paving stone, products from titan, rubber, garment and textile, footwear, medicines, etc.
    The province has the seaside of 134 km long with many seaports include  Quy Nhon, De zi, Tam Quan...and over 7,600 ha of water surface which are able to breed export fisheries. Sea ecosystem of the province is suitable for many kinds of high valuable fisheries, which are favourite in domestic and foreign markets
    Binh Dinh has huge potential to develop domestic animals and valuable industrial trees include 13,000 ha of coconut trees, 9,000 ha of sugar – canes and being able to expand to 15,000 ha; 9,000 ha of cashew –nut and being able to expand to 30,000 ha, 10,000 ha of peanut... and valuable fruit trees for domestic consumption and export such as pineapple, mango.
    Binh Dinh also has a relatively great number of cattle including 243,000 cows, 385,000 pigs and over 3 million fowls.
    The province has 143,300 ha of natural forest with about 10 million m3 of wood and 54,600 ha of artificial forest. Forestry land area is 220,000 ha, being able to converse into raw material region to serve wood and paper processing industry.  Forest fauna and flora are very plentiful.
    Source: www.mpi.gov.vn

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