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/ Northern Central / Nghe An

General information

- Geographic location: NgheAn is bounded by ThanhHoa province to the North, by Ha Tinh province to the South, by Laos to the West and by the sea to the East.

- Area: 16,490.7km2.

- Topographic features:Nghe An is situated in the Northern East of Truong Son mountain range with complex, diversified topography split by hills, mountains, inclining from the Northern West to Southern East.

- Administrative units: Nghe An is divided into 1 city (Vinh city), 2 town (Cua Lo and Thai Hoatown) and 17 districts: Anh Son, Dien Chau, Quynh Luu, Nam Dan, Con Cuong, Hung Nguyen, Nghi Loc, Que Phong, Quy Hop, Thanh Chuong, Yen Thanh, Do Luong, Ky Son, Nghia Dan, Quy Chau, Tan Ky and Tuong Duong.

- Population: 2,917,400 people 
 

Industrial Zones in Nghe An

Resources

- Natural resources: Nghe An has total natural land area of 1,648,729 hectares including 207,100 hectares of agricultural land, 1,195,477 hectares of forestry land. The province has 113 mines of all sizes and 171 ore points including various mineral such as coal, tin, bauxite, limestone, clay for making bricks, tiles, clay for making cement, etc. Besides, the province’s forests have rich wood reserves (over 52 million m3) including valuable woods such as fokienia, ironwood, dracontomelum, bassia, etc.

- Tourism resources: The province has great potentiality for developing cultural and natural tourism such as Pu Ma national park, PuHoat primeval forest conservation zone, beaches (Cua Lo, Cua Hoi, Quynh Bang, etc). There are 131 cultural and historical monuments ranked as national monuments by the State such as Kim Lien village which is the hometown of President Ho Chi Minh – leader of Vietnam and the world’s cultural well known person.

- Human resources: The population of the province is 3 million people. The workforce is 1.7 million in which trained labourers account for 20% (the province’s total population is 3 million). Annually, the labor force increasing by about 30,000 young workers having basic education.NgheAn has two universities (Vinh University and Technical Pedagogy University) with nearly 4,000 graduates annually, 3 pedagogy colleges and 2 professional schools. In the province, 4,000-5,000 people are trained to be technical workers of various professions every year.

Infrastructures


- Transportation system: Nghe An plays an important role in the national transportation system with developed and various network including roadway, railway, waterway, airway and sea ports. There are several national highways (No. 7, 48, 46 and 15) and Ho Chi Minh route running through the province. The province has the railway of 124km including 94km of North-South route with 7 stations (Vinh station is the major one). The airway (Vinh airport) has Vinh – Da Nang, Vinh – Tan Son Nhat routes. Cua Lo sea port allows the circulation of 1,800 ton ships developing exchanges with other countries in the world.

- Power supply system: NgheAn is supplied with electricity mainly from HoaBinh hydro-electricity plant. The province’s Hung Dong 220 KV station and AC-300 wire of 471km supply electricity to seven 110 KV stations.

- Water supply system: The province has quite sufficient water supply thanks to its diversified system of rivers, lakes. Water for urban areas and industrial zones is supplied by water supply plants.

- Post and telecommunication system: The province has quite complete and various post and telecommunication system with 105 switchboards, 170,000 subscribers of the total 230,000, 122 post offices (1 provincial one, 18 district ones and 103 communal ones).

- Industrial zones: At present, Nghe An has 4 industrial zones: Bac Vinh with the area of 143 hectares, Nam Cam the area of 327.83 hectares, Cua Lo with the area of 40.5 hectares and Hoang Mai with the area of 300 hectares.

Economic situations

- Growth rate: GDP average growth rate reached 9.75% for the period 2006-2010.

Year
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
GDP (%)
10.24
10.51
10.58
7.13
10.51

- Economic structures: The economic structures have been changed in a positive way that is to decrease in the proportion of agriculture-forestry-fishery, while increase in that of industry and construction.

Year
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Agriculture-Forestry-Aquaculture (%)
33.05
31.02
30.94
30.47
28.47
Industry – Construction (%)
30.35
32.0
32.06
32.07
33.44
Services (%)
36.6
36.98
37.0
37.46
38.09


 

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