Quyết định 73/2006/QD-TTg

Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg, of the Prime Minister of Government, approving the general planning on development of Vietnam's industries by territorial region till 2010, with a vision to 2020

Nội dung toàn văn Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg, of the Prime Minister of Government, approving the general planning on development of Vietnam's industries by territorial region till 2010, with a vision to 2020


THE PRIME MINISTER OF GOVERNMENT
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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No. 73/2006/QD-TTg

Hanoi, April 04, 2006

 

DECISION

APPROVING THE GENERAL PLANNING ON DEVELOPMENT OF VIETNAM'S INDUSTRIES BY TERRITORIAL REGION TILL 2010, WITH A VISION TO 2020

THE PRIME MINISTER

Pursuant to the December 25, 2001 Law on Organization of the Government;
At the proposal of the Industry Ministry in Report No. 2723/TTr-KH of May 27, 2005, and Official Dispatch No. 4373/CV-KH of August 16, 2005; and considering the opinions of concerned ministries and branches,

DECIDES:

Article 1.- To approve the general planning on development of Vietnam's industries by territorial region till 2010, with a vision to 2020, with the following principal contents:

I. DEVELOPMENT VIEWPOINTS, OBJECTIVES AND ORIENTATIONS

1. Viewpoints

a/ Viewpoint for development of the entire industrial sector

- Industry must be developed on the basis of bringing into play the aggregate resources of all economic sectors, of which state-run industries shall play the steering role.

- Industry must be developed in the direction of forming a dynamic balance and ensuring the priority for development of different branches and regions to match resources and advantages in each period and suit the process of international economic integration.

- Industry must be developed in a way that secures Vietnam's active and effective participation in industrial alignment and production cooperation among enterprises, among different industries, and with transnational conglomerates around the world.

- Industrial development must be closely associated with service development as well as rural industry development, with a view to creating a direct driving force for agricultural and rural industrialization and modernization and accelerating the urbanization process.

- Industrial development must satisfy the requirements of sustainable development, social progress and justice and environmental protection.

- Industrial development must be attached to the requirements of defense and national security
consolidation.

b/ Viewpoint for industrial development by territorial region

To bring into full play advantages of each region to develop an open economic structure which shall be associated with demands of domestic and overseas markets.

To promote the leading role of key economic regions in rapid development toward industries with high technologies, techniques and added value which can boost the development of other regions.

To attach labor-intensive industries and farm, forest and marine product-processing industries with raw material areas as well as rural and mountainous areas.

2. Orientations for industrial development

a/ Orientations for industrial development till 2010

To concentrate on developing industries, which are capable of bringing into play the competitive edge, taking up the domestic market and boosting export, such as hydroelectricity, processing of farm, forest and aquatic products, garment, leather-footwear, electronics-informatics, a number of mechanical products, pharmaceuticals and consumer goods, etc.

To build in a selective manner a number of establishments in such heavy industries as oil and gas, metallurgy, manufacturing mechanical engineering, production of base chemicals, fertilizers and building materials, with rational steps suitable to capital, technology and market conditions, thus bringing about efficiency.

To prioritize the development of hi-tech industries, especially information technology, telecommuni­cations, electronics and automation. To attach importance to development of computer software industry.

To efficiently develop industrial parks, export processing zones and construct a number of hi-tech parks and open economic zones.

To encourage the development of medium- and small-sized industrial clusters in rural areas so as to facilitate the development of industrial production establishments engaged in various business lines and trades and attract large numbers of laborers, thus contributing to the acceleration of agricultural and rural industrialization and modernization.

b/ The 2020 vision of Vietnam's industry

To strive for the target that by 2020 the GDP of industry and construction sectors shall increase at least five times over 2000. The industry and construction ratio to the total GDP of the whole country shall reach over 45% by 2020. The structure of industries shall shift in the direction of quickly raising the ratio of processing industries to 87-88% by 2020. The proportion of trained laborers to the entire labor force shall reach 60%. The ratio of manufactured products for export shall reach 70-75%. The ratio of the group of industries where high technologies are used shall rise to around 40-50%. The ratio of the export value of industrial products shall reach 85-90% of the whole country's export value.

3. Objectives

The value of industrial production shall grow at an annual average rate of 15-16% in the 2006-2010 period.

The ratio of industry and construction sectors in the total GDP shall be 43-44% (particularly, industry shall be 37-38%) by 2010.

To maintain the annual growth rate of added value of the industrial sector at above 10.2% in the 2006-2010 period and above 10.3% after 2010.

The rate of technological renewal in the industrial sector shall be at an annual average of 12-15%.

To build up a sufficient contingent of scientific and technological laborers in the industrial sector with adequate qualifications to research, apply, receive, operate and exploit in an efficient manner technologies and equipment of the sector.

The export value of industrial products shall grow at an annual average rate of 16-18%.

For specific growth targets, see Appendix I.

II. ORIENTATIONS FOR AND OBJECTIVES OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BY TERRITORIAL REGION TILL 2010 (SEE APPENDIX IX FOR DIVISION OF SPECIFIC REGIONS)

1. Region 1

a/ Orientations:

To concentrate on development of hydroelectricity, processing of farm and forest products (paper, tea, timber, foodstuff, drinks, etc.), exploitation and processing of minerals (iron ores, apatite, coal, copper, lead, zinc, tin, tungsten), production of chemicals and fertilizers, metallurgy, and production of building materials. To attach importance to development of mechanical engineering industry in service of agriculture and processing industry.

b/ Objectives:

To raise the industrial ratio to the total GDP of the region to 23-24% by 2010; the ratio of basic industries to 37-38% of the region's total industrial production value. To maintain the ratio of farm, forest and aquatic product processing industries at 25-26%.

For specific growth targets, see Appendix II.

2. Region 2

a/ Orientations:

To concentrate on the development of mechanical engineering (manufacturing engineering, shipbuilding, electric appliances, means of transport, etc.), thermoelectricity, electronics and information technology, production of chemicals, metallurgy, exploitation and processing of minerals, and production of building materials. To further develop the industries of textile and garment, leather and footwear for export. To attach importance to the development of farm, forest and aquatic product processing industries.

b/ Objectives:

To raise the industrial ratio to the region's total GDP to 40-41% by 2010; the ratio of basic industries to 45.8-46.8% of the region's industrial production value by 2010, of which the mechanical engineering (manufacturing engineering, shipbuilding, electric appliances, means of transport, etc.) shall account for 27.5-28.5%.

For specific growth targets, see Appendix III.

3. Region 3

a/ Orientations:

To concentrate on the development of the industries of farm, forest and aquatic product processing, petrochemistry, shipbuilding, manufacturing mechanical engineering, production of building materials, textile and garment and leather and footwear. To step by step lay the foundation for and develop electronics and information technology in support of the development of other industries.

b/ Objectives:

By 2010, the industrial ratio to the region's total GDP shall reach 46-47%; the ratio of basic industries shall reach 24-25% of the region's industrial production value by 2010, of which the chemical industry shall account for 19-20%. To maintain the ratio of farm, forest and aquatic product processing industries at 39-40% of the region's total industrial production value. To complete the investment in and put into operation Dung Quat Oil Refinery Project.

For specific growth targets, see Appendix IV.

4. Region 4

a/ Orientations: To concentrate on the development of hydroelectricity, industries of processing of farm and forest products (including coffee, rubber, paper pulp, sugar cane, etc.) and exploitation and processing of minerals, particularly bauxite.

b/ Objectives:

The industrial ratio to the region's total GDP shall reach 13-14% by 2010; the industries of processing farm and forest products such as coffee, rubber, paper pulp, sugar cane, etc., shall account for 38-39% of the region's total industrial production value; the basic industries shall account for 27.6-28.5% of total industrial structure. To strive to commission the large bauxite-aluminum complexes in service of export production.

For specific growth targets, see Appendix V.

5. Region 5

a/ Orientations:

To concentrate on the development of industries of petroleum exploitation and processing, electricity, processing of farm, forest and aquatic products, especially mechanical engineering, electronic, computer software, chemical and pharmaco-chemical industries. To develop industries of high-quality textile-garment and leather-shoe for export. To develop industries on the basis of application of high technologies and develop products of high intellectual contents. To gradually reduce the ratio of labor-intensive industries.

b/ Objectives:

By 2010, the industrial ratio to the region's GDP shall reach 51-52%; the basic industries shall account for41.6-42.6% of the region's total industrial production value.

For specific growth targets, see Appendix VI. 6. Region 6

a/ Orientations:

To concentrate on the development of export-led farm, forest and aquatic product processing industries; to develop gas-fueled industries and mechanical engineering in service of agriculture, especially the industries of post-harvest processing and preservation of farm, forest and aquatic products and shipbuilding engineering.

b/ Objectives:

By 2010, the industrial ratio to the region's total GDP shall reach 26-27%; to develop farm, forest and aquatic product-processing industries into major industries of the region (accounting for 56.6-57.6% of the region's total industrial production value).

For specific growth targets, see Appendix VII.

III. ORIENTATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ZONES AND PARKS

To intensify the attraction of investors to fill up the existing industrial parks. To carefully consider the construction of new industrial parks along routes with favorable traffic conditions.

The construction of industrial parks shall be followed by the construction of urban centers to provide dwelling houses and socio-cultural services to laborers.

The construction of industrial zones and parks must be associated with the construction of waste treatment systems to protect the environment.

To develop industrial zones and spots to promote the development of cottage and handicraft industries and rural industries.

IV. TOTAL DEMAND FOR INVESTMENT CAPITAL FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT TILL 2010 SHALL BE VND 640-670 THOUSAND BILLION (SEE APPENDIX VIM FOR DETAILS).

V. IMPLEMENTATION SOLUTIONS AND POLICIES

1. Basic solutions

a/ Renewal of state management of industry

- The state management of the industrial sector should vigorously shift to the function of promoting and serving the industrial development, restricting to the utmost the application of administrative measures to enterprises' production and business activities, and gradually reducing the sector-managing units.

- To further study and renew the way of thinking and methodology in the formulation and management of the industrial planning suitable to the mechanism of socialist-oriented market economy in order to raise the planning quality and make the planning one of the industrial management tools.

- To further study and formulate such schemes on development of industries as improvement of competitiveness, promotion of export of industrial products, development of processing industry, development of support industries, etc. To effectively implement schemes on development of industries in service of agricultural and rural industrialization and modernization; to intensify industrial extension activities, etc.

- To enhance the administrative reform and swiftly settle proposals of enterprises.

b/ Solutions related to the production and business mechanism

- To create a transparent and consistent production and business environment as well as an equal footing for all economic sectors.

- To formulate a mechanism of distributing incomes according to work results and efficiency in order to create a driving force for development of production and business of industrial enterprises.

c/ Renewal of state enterprises

- To further reorganize, renew, develop and raise operation efficiency of state enterprises in the spirit of the Resolutions of the 3rd and 9th plenums of the IXth Party Central Committee, the Political Bureau's Directive No. 45-CT/TW of October 22,2004, and the Prime Minister's Directive No. 11/2004/CT-TTg of March 30,2004.

* To develop a number of important corporations which the State needs to hold controlling stakes into economic conglomerates strong enough for competition in international economic integration.

d/ Raising of competitiveness of industrial products

- To devise solutions to reduction of production costs, especially intermediary costs.

- To raise the capacity of production technologies, turning out quality products which are fully competitive in the domestic, regional and world markets.

- To build and perfect the legal system which shall facilitate the fast development of e-eommerce.

2. Major policies

a/ Policy on mobilization of investment capital:

- Investment capital shall be mobilized from various sources, especially the population's idle capital, foreign investment capital and enterprises' self-acquired capital.

- To diversify forms of capital mobilization, with importance being attached to the form of international capital mobilization.

b/ Policy on human resource training

- To adopt the policy on fostering of talents through training, preferential treatment and salary regimes as well as management and employment of cadres in order to step by step form a contingent of leading scientific researchers for industrial development.

- To diversify training forms and link training with production activities.

- To allow enterprises to account training expenses into their production costs in order to encourage human resource training.

c/ Policy on sciences, technologies and environment

- To prioritize the allocation of state budget funds for scientific and technological research in the industrial sector. To encourage enterprises, especially those in non-state sectors, to invest in sciences and technologies.

- To enhance the protection of intellectual property, particularly inventions, in order to promote the investment in scientific research.

- To set up centers for supply of information, consultancy and transfer of advanced and modern technologies to enterprises.

- To build and develop the scientific and technological market.

- To adopt the regime of special preferences to attract intellectuals, prominent experts and skilled workers to work in regions meeting with socio­economic difficulties. To encourage overseas Vietnamese to transfer and develop technologies.

- To promulgate specific regulations on management of environmental pollution in industrial production.

d/ Financial and tax policies

- Financial policy:

+ To create all conditions for investors to mobilize capital from all sources.

+ To expand and develop financial institutions in service of industrial development.

- Tax policy: To supplement a number of tax policies in order to promote the development of key industries suitable with the process of international economic integration.

Article 2.- Organization of implementation 1. For ministries and branches

- The Industry Ministry shall have to publicize and direct the implementation of this planning and concurrently oversee and adjust it to cope with changes which affect the economy.

It shall coordinate with concerned ministries, branches and localities in further studying and improving the state management of the industrial sector and policies on development of specialized industries.

- The Finance Ministry shall study and propose amendments and supplements to policies on tax preferences in order to encourage the development of key industries suitable with the process of international economic integration.

- The Planning and Investment Ministry shall formulate investment policies and balance investment capital for the industrial development in annual and five-year plans.

- The Science and Technology Ministry shall coordinate with the Industry Ministry in formulating scientific and technological policies for industrial development.

- The Planning and Investment Ministry, the Agriculture and Rural Development Ministry, the Construction Ministry, the Trade Ministry, the Science and Technology Ministry, the Natural Resources and

Environment Ministry, the Transport Ministry, the Finance Ministry, and the State Bank of Vietnam shall, within their assigned functions, coordinate with one another in handling relevant matters at the request of the agency assuming the prime responsibility therefor.

2. For localities:

Provincial/municipal People's Committees shall:

- Concretize, adjust and supplement the industrial development planning in their respective provinces or cities in line with this planning's orientations.

- Incorporate contents for implementation of this planning in their annual and five-year plans for summing up and balancing by the State.

Article 3.- This Decision takes effect 15 days after its publication in "CONG BAO."

Article 4.- Ministers, heads of ministerial-level agencies, heads of Government-attached agencies, and presidents of provincial/municipal People's Committees shall have to implement this Decision.

 

 

FOR THE PRIME MINISTER
DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER




Nguyen Tan Dung

 

APPENDIX I

GROWTH TARGETS OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS OF THE WHOLE COUNTRY
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Growth targets of industries and internal structure of the country's industrial sector

Ordinal number

Industries

Growth rate (%) 2006-2010

Ratio (%)

2005

2010

I

The entire industrial sector Exploitation industry

15-16 5.5-6.5

100.00 10.52

100.00 6-7

II

Basic industries

18.5-19.5

29.16

38-39

1

Mechanical engineering

19.2-20.2

13.91

16-17

2

Metallurgy

18.0-19.0

3.41

4-5

3

Electronics and information technology

22.0 - 23.0

3.07

6.5-7.5

4

Chemical industry

16.5-17.5

9.08

11 -12

III

Farm, forest and aquatic product-processing industry

12.5-13.5

30.02

25.5-26.5

IV

Textile-garment, leather-footwear

14.5-15.5

12.74

13-14

V

Building material production

13.5-14.5

9.80

8-9

VI

Gas-fueled power and hydropower

14.0-15.0

6.24

5.5-6

VII

Other industries

12.0-13.0

1.41

1-1.5

Development targets of major industrial products of the whole country till 2010

Ordinal number

Industrial products

Units

The whole country

 

2005

2010

 

1

Crude oil

1,000 tons

18,498

21,600

 

2

Gas

million m3

6,342

13,200

 

3

Clean coal

1,000 tons

32,626

42,000

 

4

Production electricity

million kWh

53,320

96,100

 

5

Electric motors

1,000 units

104

250

 

6

Diesel motors

1,000 units

66

200

 

7

Motorcycles

1,000 units

1,795

3,000

 

8

Automobiles

1,000 units

64

239

 

9

Machine tools

units

2,678

2,500

 

10

Steel

1,000 tons

3,655

6,500

 

11

Assembled television sets

1,000 units

2,352

2,600

 

12

Assembled computers

1,000 units

300

450

 

13

Phosphorous fertilizer

1,000 tons

1,500

1,700

 

14

Urea fertilizer

1,000 tons

900

2,200

 

15

NPK fertilizer

1,000 tons

1,800

3,000

 

16

DAP fertilizer

1,000 tons

0

330

 

17

Tires of automobiles and tractors

1,000 sets

1,500

4,000

 

18

LPG

1,000 tons

338

700

 

19

Processed aquatic products

1,000 tons

594

720

20

Fabrics and silk

million meters

498

1,100

21

Ready-made clothes

million products

1,026

1,500

22

Assorted footwear

million pairs

410

640

23

Knitwear

million products

128

500

24

Cement

1,000 tons

27,868

50,000

 

APPENDIX II

GROWTH TARGETS OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS OF REGION 1
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Growth targets of industries and internal structure of Region 1's industrial sector

 

 

Ordinal number

Industries

Growth rate (%)

Ratio (%)

2006-2010

2005

2010

 

The entire industrial sector

14.5-15.5

100.00

100.00

I

Exploitation industry

7.3-8.3

4.5

3.2-4.2

II

Basic industries

16.3-16.8

34.92

37-38

1

Mechanical engineering

18.0-19

6.32

7-8

2

Metallurgy

14-15

15.5

14.5-15.5

3

Electronics and information technology

11.5-12.5

-

-

4

Chemical industry

17.8-18.8

13.1

14.6-15.6

III

Farm, forest and aquatic product-processing

 

 

 

 

industry

12.6-13.6

28.4

25-26

IV

Textile-garment, leather-footwear

11-12

7.3

5.6-6.6

V

Building material production

18-19

15.1

17-18

VI

Gas-fueled power and hydropower

13.5-14.5

9.5

8.5-9.5

VII

Other industries

12.5-13.5

0.3

0.2-0.5

Development targets of major industrial products of Region 1

 

 

 

Ordinal number

Industrial products

Units

Output of region 1

Compared to the national output (%)

2005

2010

2005

2010

1

Clean coal

1,000 tons

600

3,000

1.85

7.14

2

Production electricity

million kWh

9,520

11,811

17.82

12.25

3

Diesel motors

1,000 units

15

20

13.64

10

4

Motorized rice threshers

1,000 units

2

2.8

13.33

15.56

5

Tractors and transport vehicles

1,000 units

2

3

40

46.15

6

Steel

1,000 tons

450

1,150

13.64

17.69

7

Phosphorous fertilizer

1,000 tons

830

950

55.33

55.88

8

Urea fertilizer

1,000 tons

150

150

16.67

6.82

9

NPK fertilizer

1,000 tons

245

300

13.61

10

10

Accumulators

1,000 kWh

50

100

1.47

2.5

11

Batteries of all kinds

million units

40

40

10

8.89

12

Paper of all kinds

1,000 tons

255

350

31.09

29.16

13

Beverage

million liters

41.1

98.4

4.58

8.79

14

Cement

1,000 tons

3,400

7,000

12.14

14

15

Wall and floor tiles

1,000 m2

5,000

5,000

5.09

4.74

16

Ceramic sanitary ware

1,000 units

300

300

10.53

8.11

 

APPENDIX III

GROWTH TARGETS OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS OF REGION 2
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Growth targets of industries and internal structure of Region 2's industrial sector

Ordinal number

Industries

Growth rate (%) 2006-2010

Ratio (%)

2005

2010

 

The entire industrial sector

14.5-15.5

100.00

100.00

I

Exploitation industry

4.75 - 5.75

3.5

2.2-2.6

II

Basic industries

17.5-18.5

40.5

45.8-46.8

1

Mechanical engineering

18.1-19.1

23.9

27.5-28.5

2

Metallurgy

16.8-17.8

4.3

4.4 - 5.4

3

Electronics and information technology

18.8-19.8

6.1

6.8-7.8

4

Chemical industry

14-15

6.2

5.6-6.6

III

Farm, forest and aquatic product-processing

 

 

 

 

industry

13-14

19.1

17.3-18.3

IV

Textile-garment, leather-footwear

13-14

12.5

11-12

V

Building material production

12.7-13.7

16.5

14.5-15.5

VI

Gas-fueled power and hydropower

12-13

6.9

5.8-6.8

VII

Other industries

10.6-11.6

1.0

0.5-1

Development targets of major industrial products of Region 2

Ordinal number

Industrial products

Units

Output of region 2

Compared to the national output (%)

 

 

 

2005

2010

2005

2010

1

Clean coal

1,000 tons

30,500

38,000

98.15

90.48

2

Production electricity

million kWh

7,717

23,640

14.45

24.52

3

Electric motors

1,000 units

75

200

66.37

80

4

Diesel motors

1,000 units

45

70

40.91

35

5

Transformers

1,000 units

10

15

28.57

30

6

Motorcycles

1,000 units

1,400

1,400

73.68

70

7

Automobiles

1,000 tons

47

150

70.15

65.37

8

Machine tools

Units

600

1,250

40

50

9

Tractors and transport vehicles

1,000 units

2

2.5

40

38.46

10

Ships

% to the whole country

40

40

40

40

11

Steel

1,000 tons

850

1,500

25.76

23.08

12

Assembled computers

1,000 units

150

230

50

51.11

13

DAP fertilizer

1,000 tons

 

330

-

100

14

Tires of automobiles and tractors

1,000 sets

300

1,000

20

25

15

Paper of all kinds

1,000 tons

200

300

24.39

25

16

Fabrics and silk

million m2

190

330

31.67

30.00

17

Ready-made clothes

million products

250

420

30.86

28

18

Assorted footwear

million pairs

114.9

190.79

28.03

29.81

19

Cement

1,000 tons

14,000

21,300

50

42.6

20

Building glass

1,000 m2

32,800

32,800

62.12

45.05

 

APPENDIX IV

GROWTH TARGETS OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS OF REGION 3
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTgofApril4 2006)

Growth targets of industries and internal structure of Region 3's industrial sector

 

 

 

Ordinal number

Industries

Growth rate (%) 2006-2010

Ratio (%)

2005

2010

 

The entire industrial sector

15.5-16.5

100.00

100.00

I

Exploitation industry

4.5 - 5.5

1.7

0.7-1.2

II

Basic industries

34.5 - 35.5

1.2

24.3 - 25.3

1

Mechanical engineering

12.2-13.4

1 3.9

3-4

2

Metallurgy

19.2-20.2

0.6

0.5-1

3

Electronics and information technology

32.5 - 33.5

0.2

0.5-1

4

Chemical industry

43-44

6.5

19.3-20.3

III

Farm, forest and aquatic product-processing industry

10.6-11.6

48.6

39.2 - 40.2

IV

Textile-garment, leather-footwear

12.3-14.3

12.5

10.5-11.5

V

Building material production

14-15

18.3

16.5-17.5

VI

Gas-fueled power and hydropower

11.5-12.5

7.1

5.5 - 6.5

VII

Other industries

14.5-15.5

0.6

0.50 -1

Development targets of major industrial products of Region 3

 

 

 

Ordinal number

Industrial products

Units

Output of Region 3

Compared to the national output (%)

2005

2010

2005

2010

1

Motorcycles

1,000 units

100

150

5.26

7.5

2

Automobiles

1,000 units

10

26

14.93

11.5

3

Motorized rice threshers

1,000 units

2.5

2.7

16.67

15

4

Ships

% to the whole country

30

30

30

30

5

Steel

1,000 tons

300

1,550

9.09

23.85

6

LAB products

1,000 tons

 

60

 

100

7

Polypropylene

1,000 tons

 

150

 

100

8

Petrol and oil of all kinds

1,000 tons

 

4,550

 

100

9

LPG

1,000 tons

 

250

 

35.7

10

Tires of automobiles and tractors

1,000 sets

400

500

26.67

12.5

11

Processed aquatic products

1,000 tons

45

90

12.86

17.31

12

Fabrics and silk

million meters

140

300

23.33

27.27

13

Ready-made clothes

million products

150

350

18.52

23.33

14

Knitwear

million products

25

140

20.83

28

15

Cement

1,000 tons

4,000

11,000

14.29

22

16

Production electricity

million kWh

667

5,250

1.24

5.44

 

APPENDIX V

GROWTH TARGETS OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS OF REGION 4
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Growth targets of industries and internal structure of Region 4's industrial sector

 

 

 

Ordinal number

Industries

Growth rate (%) 2006-2010

Ratio (%)

2005

2010

 

The entire industrial sector

17.8-18.7

100.00

100.00

I

Exploitation industry

35.7-36.7

2.5

4-5

II

Basic industries

35.2 - 36.2

14.3

27.6 - 28.5

1

Mechanical engineering

18.8-19.8

12.3

12.3-13.3

2

Metallurgy

-

-

13.5-14.5

3

Electronics and information technology

-

-

-

4

Chemical industry

9.5-10.5

2.0

1 -1.5

III

Farm, forest and aquatic product-processing industry

11.5 -12.5

50.4

38-39

IV

Textile-garment, leather-footwear

15.5-16.5

4.5

3.8-4.8

V

Building material production

18-19

14.4

14.1 -15.1

VI

Gas-fueled power and hydropower

10-11

13.4

9-10

VII

Other industries

14.8-15.8

0.5

0.4 - 0.8

Development targets of major industrial products of Region 4

Ordinal number

Industrial products

Units

Output  of region 4

Compared to the national output (%)

2005

2010

2005

2010

1

Phosphorous fertilizer

1,000 tons

50

50

3.33

2.94

2

NPK fertilizer

1,000 tons

110

140

6.11

4.67

3

Paper of all kinds

1,000 tons

20

80

2.44

6.67

4

Processed timber converted into logs

1,000 m3

70

100

 

 

5

Wood particle boards and pressed boards

1,000 m3

20

30

 

 

6

Fabrics and silk

million meters

5

10

0.83

0.91

7

Ready-made clothes

million products

30

60

3.7

4

8

Knitwear

million products

2

5

1.67

1

9

Cement

1,000 tons

100

700

0.36

1.4

10

Production electricity

million kWh

3,736

9,625

7

9.98

11

Aluminum

million tons

-

1.0

-

75

 

APPENDIX VI

GROWTH TARGETS OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRIAL RODUCTS OF REGION 5
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Growth targets of industries and internal structure of Region 5's industrial sector

 

 

 

Ordinal number

Industries

Growth rate (%) 2006-2010

Ratio (%)

2005

2010

 

The entire industrial sector

13.2-14.2

100.00

100.00

I

Exploitation industry

4.5-5.5

16.3

10.5-11.5

II

Basic industries

18.5-19.5

33.7

41.6-42.6

1

Mechanical engineering

21 -22

11.3

15-16

2

Metallurgy

18.7-19.7

3.1

3.5-4

3

Electronics and information technology

23-24

6.3

9.3-10.3

4

Chemical industry

13.2-14.2

13.0

12.5 -13.5

III

Farm, forest and aquatic product-processing industry

10-11

24.4

20.5-21.5

IV

Textile-garment, leather-footwear

13.7-14.7

16.2

16-17

V

Building material production

11.9-12.9

3.3

2.8 - 3.6

VI

Gas-fueled power and hydropower

14.2-15.2

4.5

4.2 - 5.2

VII

Other industries

11.7-12.7

1.6

1.3-1.8

Development targets of major industrial products of Region 5

 

 

 

Ordinal number

Industrial products

Units

Output of region 5

Compared to the national output (%)

 

2005           2010

2005         2010

 

1

Crude oil

1,000 tons

18,498         20,000

100          92.59

 

2

Gas

million m3

6,342           8,800

100          66.67

 

3

Production electricity

million kWh

30,364          37,521

56.86         38.91

 

4

Electric motors

1,000 units

38                50

33.62           20

 

5

Diesel motors

1,000 units

50               110

45.45           55

 

6

Motorcycles

1,000 units

300              350

15.79          17.5

 

7

Automobiles

1,000 units

10                50

14.93         22.12

 

8

Machine tools

Units

900

1,250

60

50

9

Steel

1,000 tons

1,600

2,100

48.48

32.31

10

Assembled television sets

1,000 units

1,500

2,500

68.18

96.15

11

Assembled computers

1,000 units

150

220

50

48.89

12

Urea fertilizer

1,000 tons

700

800

83.33

36.36

13

NPK fertilizer

1,000 tons

1,080

1,800

60

60

14

Tires of automobiles and

 

 

 

 

 

 

tractors

1,000 sets

800

2,500

53.33

62.5

15

LPG

1,000 tons

338

150

100

37.5

16

Paper of all kinds

1,000 tons

300

400

36.59

33.33

17

Processed aquatic products

1,000 tons

90

110

25.71

21.15

18

Fabrics and silk

million meters

260

450

43.33

40.91

19

Ready-made clothes

million products

230

330

28.39

22

20

Assorted footwear

million pairs

266.4

405.5

64.98

63.37

 

APPENDIX VII

GROWTH TARGETS OF MAJOR INDUSTRIES AND INDUSTRIAL RODUCTS OF REGION 6
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Growth targets of industries and internal structure of Region 6's industrial sector

Ordinal number

Industries

Growth rate (%)

Ratio (%)

 

2006-2010

2005

2010

 

 

The entire industrial sector

14.4-15.4

100.00

100.00

 

I

Exploitation industry

56.2 - 57.2

0.5

2.8-3.3

 

II

Basic industries

18.3-19.3

14.7

16-17

 

1

Mechanical engineering

15.8-16.8

5.8

5.5-6

 

2

Metallurgy

18.5-19.5

2.0

1.8-2.3

 

3

Electronics and information technology

14.9-15.9

0.6

0.5-1

 

4

Chemical industry

21-22

6.3

7.6 - 8.6

 

III

Farm, forest and aquatic product-processing industry

13.5-14.5

61.7

56.6 - 57.6

 

IV

Textile-garment, leather-footwear

14.4-15.4

5.8

5-6

V

Building material production

13.6-14.6

9.5

8.2 - 9.2

VI

Gas-fueled power and hydropower

18.4-19.4

7.2

7.8-8.8

VII

Other industries

13.9-14.9

0.6

0.4-0.6

Development targets of major industrial products of Region 6

Ordinal number

Industrial products

Units

Output of Region 6

Compared to the national output (%)

2005

2010

2005        2010

1

Crude oil

1,000 tons

 

1,600

7.41

2

Gas

million m3

 

4,400

33.33

3

Production electricity

million kWh

657

8,589

1.23         8.91

4

Grinder

1,000 units

10

14

33.33         35

5

Motorized rice-thresher

1,000 units

3.5

3.5

23.33        19.44

6

Steel

1,000 tons

100

200

3.03         3.08

7

Urea fertilizer

1,000 tons

 

800

-           36.36

8

NPK fertilizer

1,000 tons

120

260

6.67         8.67

9

Processed aquatic products

1,000 tons

180

260

51.43         50

10

Ready-made clothes

million products

120

280

14.82       18.67

11

Knitwear

million products

13

50

10.83          10

12

Cement

1,000 tons

4,000

5,500

14.29          11

 

APPENDIX VIII

DEMANDS FOR INVESTMENT CAPITAL FOR INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Total investment capital demand for the entire industrial sector (at prices in the year 2000, VND billion)

2006-2010

640,000 - 670,000

Region 1 (%) Region 2 (%)

3.5-4 23-24

Region 3 (%)

6-7

 

Region 4 (%)

1-1.5

 

Region 5 (%)

54-55

 

Region 6 (%)

10-11

 

Investment capital to be mobilized under orientations from the entire society for the industrial sector in the 2006-2010 period shall be structured as follows:

Capital sources

Ratio, % in the 2006-2010 period

Total

100.0

ODA capital

5-6

Foreign direct investment capital

26-27

State capital

21-22

In which: State credits

13-14

Other capital sources

46-47

 

APPENDIX IX

SIX TERRITORIAL REGIONS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY
(Promulgated together with the Prime Minister's Decision No. 73/2006/QD-TTg of April 4, 2006)

Region 1: Fourteen northern midland and mountainous provinces (Bac Kan, Bac Giang, Cao Bang, Dien Bien, Hoa Binh, Ha Giang, Lai Chau, Lang Son, Lao Cai, Phu Tho, Son La, Thai Nguyen, Tuyen Quang, Yen Bai).

Region 2: Fifteen provinces in the Red River delta and northern Central Vietnam (Bac Ninh, Hanoi, Ha Tay, Ha Tinh, Hai Duong, Hai Phong, Ha Nam, Hung Yen, Nam Dinh, Ninh Binh, Nghe An, Quang Ninh, Thai Binh, Thanh Hoa, Vinh Phuc).

Region 3: Ten coastal provinces in Central Vietnam (Binh Dinh, Da Nang, Khanh Hoa, Ninh Thuan, Phu Yen, Quang Binh, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai, Quang Tri, Thua Thien Hue).

Region 4: Four provinces of the Central Highlands (Dak Lak, Dak Nong, Gia Lai, Kon Turn).

Region 5: Eight provinces in the Eastern South Vietnam (Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Binh Duong, Binh Phuoc, Binh Thuan, Dong Nai, Lam Dong, Ho Chi Minh city, Tay Ninh).

Region 6: Thirteen provinces in the Mekong River delta (An Giang, Bac Lieu, Ben Tre, Can Tho, Dong Thap, Hau Giang, Kien Giang, Long An, Ca Mau, Soc Trang, Tien Giang, Tra Vinh, Vinh Long).-

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