Currently, the City People's Committee has approved 11 industrial complex. With this pace, by the end of the year, Hanoi may have 30 more new industrial complex.
At the recent City Council Meeting, Director of Department of Industry and Trade Le Hong Thang said that in recent years, Hanoi had maintained a relatively stable development pace, in which the construction industry had developed 8.8% (target set from 8.5-9%).
Currently, the City People's Committee has approved 11 industrial complex, at this rate, by the end of the year, Hanoi may have 30 new industrial complex.
According to the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade, the trend of investing in industrial parks and industrial complex in Hanoi is invested with high technology, clean technology and sustainable development. Therefore, businesses will increase investment capital in a unit of land by increasing land use density, investing in equipment, high technology, investing in synchronous chains; use of information technology in production management... thereby increasing the efficiency of land use.
Currently, the City has a policy to develop supporting industries, for example, the South Hanoi supporting industrial complex has applied many support policies for high-tech production units such as 70 years of land lease, bank loan support...
However, representatives of the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade also noted that the industry exists in the city, not the industry moving away from the city.
Currently, Hanoi has 70 operating industrial complex, an area of 1,337 hectare with about 3,100 active production facilities. Among these, there are 3 concentrated industrial complex, including: Chuong My industrial cluster with 50 hectares; Son Tay industrial cluster covers 70 hectares; Phuc Tho industrial complex covers 55 hectares.
According to Tam An