Ha Noi approves establishment of two industrial clusters

Saturday, Mar 21, 2020 08:04

Components being produced at A Chau Industrial Technology JSC in the city's Quat Dong IC . — Photo nhandan.com.vn

The Ha Noi People’s Committee has approved the establishment of Dong La Industrial Cluster (IC) and the second phase of Duong Lieu IC in the city’s Hoai Duc District.

The committee has directed Hoai Duc District People's Committee to select investors with sufficient financial capacity to develop technical infrastructure of the two ICs.

Meanwhile, the city Department of Industry is responsible for appraising documents related to IC development and submitting them to the municipal People's Committee.

Local authorities have made great efforts to attract foreign and domestic enterprises to ICs over the years.

The city is now home to 70 operational ICs, covering more than 1,680ha, with a total of 3,864 businesses. These firms have created 60,000 local jobs thus far.

The city is expected to have 159 ICs spanning more than 3,200ha by 2030.

By the end of this year, there is hoped to be 138 ICs with an area of more than 2,620ha in the city. Of these, 52 would be newly established complexes, covering 590ha.

In the 2021 to 2030 period, five existing ICs will be expanded and 21 new ones covering 536ha will be established.

According to the plan, industrial complexes located in five northern districts - Soc Son, Me Linh, Dong Anh, Long Bien and Gia Lam - will give priority to several sectors, including electronics and information technology, engineering, automotive, and production of new materials, as well as pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

Industrial complexes in the two southern districts of Thuong Tin and Phu Xuyen will focus on luring projects in high-tech farming and supporting industries, especially those serving the textile and garment, footwear, mechanical engineering and electronics sectors.

Meanwhile, those in the western areas of the city, such as Hoa Lac, Xuan Mai and Mieu Mon, will be involved in bio-industries for agriculture, hi-tech industries, construction materials and high-end furniture production. — VNS

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