Construction Activities

After Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, and Binh Duong, Dong Nai is the next locality selected to pilot a smart city development model through cooperation with major corporations.


Since 1986, Vietnam has transferred into market economy to warding social republic direction. The Open Policy has attracted the foreign investor, the local enterprises has developed in producing, commerce, construction, agri-land using serving for urban demand and local economic growth. And it makes increasing the demand of urban space expansion and encouraging the population flow from rural areas to the city for seeking jobs. After 30 years of “Doi moi”, the achievements of urbanization in Vietnam has recognized strongly in term of administration, space, economic, population and social welfare . Urban system has developed rapidly with equal allocation entire of country, and forming 2 city Regions i.e. Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to be growing keys of the North and the South. Danang, Cantho and Haiphong also become regional Centers. In 1986, urbanization ratio in whole country achieves under 20 per cent and to be 35.7 per cent in 2015; there are one million people  more in the cities and increasing nearly 3 new cities every month. By 6/2015  the country had 787 urban areas, of which there were 2 special urban areas, 15 urban areas grade I, 25 urban areas grade II, 42 urban areas grade III and 75 urban areas grade IV and 628 urban areas grade V, the urbanization rate reached 35.7%. Urban systems have contributed over 70% of GDP, contributed significantly to bring Vietnam over the poverty line to become a country with low middle-income.


The northern province of Quang Ninh launched construction of an 18-kilometre coastal highway connecting the two cities of Ha Long and Cam Pha on August 22.


The construction sector has expected that 65 percent of its workforce will be trained by 2020.


The Ministry of Construction’s latest draft regulations on apartment building management and use stipulates that there should be three to five co-holders of the apartment maintenance fund.


Green urban planning in Ho Chi Minh City’s inner districts should be based on a long-term vision to avoid wastage of land, reduce pollution and improve people’s living standards, a top city leader has said.


Up to 84.2 percent of the communes in the capital city of Hanoi have met the standards for new-style rural areas as of April this year.


The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment held an international seminar in Hanoi on August 14 to discuss urban solid waste management to meet demand for circular economic development.


Some 300 shelters will be built at public bus stops in Hanoi’s 17 outlying districts and Son Tay town.


Since 1986, implementing the policy of “Innovation”, Vietnam has made significant achievements in the process of country reconstruction. Associated with economic integration, Vietnam has attached special importance to building urban systems, key urbanization areas as motive force and key element and framework for national economic development. In 1990, Vietnamese cities and towns began to flourish. Before that, the whole country had only about 500 cities and towns (urbanization rate was about 18%). In 2009, the Prime Minister issued Decision on adjustment of  general planning orientation of Vietnam's urban system development by 2025, vision by 2050 (Decision No. 445/2009 dated 07/04/2009), replacing Decision No. 10/1998/QĐ-TTg and creating a basis for the development of cities and towns. In June, 2015  the whole country had 778 cities and towns, including 2 special Grade cities, 15 Grade I cities, 24 Grade II cities, 43 Grade III cities and towns and 74 Grade cities and IV towns and 620 Grade V towns. The urbanization rate reached 35.2%. The urban system contributes over 70% of GDP.

    Page   ‹‹ Back 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Next ››