Mekong Delta should develop infrastructure, says DPM
16:17 | 16/04/2013
VGP - Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh has called for infrastructure development in the Mekong Delta to meet the demands of the broader modernisation effort and prioritise strategic projects.  

The Deputy PM made the remark today in Long An at a seminar featuring foreign investor participants to talk about the local potentials for cooperation and sustainable development.

He said that the province should pay attention to training sufficiently qualified human resources, encouraging the application of science and technology, and facilitating technology transference.

It should enhance administrative reforms to address difficulties facing enterprises and investors and to create an open and attractive investment environment.

The southern province of Long An has recently attracted a significant number of local and foreign investors, becoming an economic spearhead sector the Mekong Region.

The local authorities took the occasion to introduce 17 projects open for investment focusing on high quality and environmentally friendly industrial zone, advanced technology zone, agro-forestry and fishery industries, environmental management services, human resource, infrastructure, and tourism sector improvements./.

By Khanh Phuong 

 

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