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Korea supports two Vietnamese cities in green urban planning

(10:57:36 AM 18/11/2014)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - On Nov 13, a working group of the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has worked with the leaders of Thai Nguyen provine on implementing an green urban planning project in Vietnam. The project is expected to implement from 2015 to 2017 in Yen Binh (Thai Nguyen province) and Rach Gia (Kien Giang province) with a total investment of US$ 6.5 million. Du green project is done from 2015 - 2017 in the urban area of Yen Binh, Thai Nguyen province and the city of Rach Gia, Kien Giang Province, with a total capital of $ 6.5 million.

During the implementation, planning-supporting software introduced by the Korean Urban Area Research Institute will be used. It is one of the most advanced softwares for urban planning, which is scientific, objective and highly precise.

Mr. Kim Hyon Sik, Deputy Resident Representative of the KOICA Vietnam Office, said that they is considering project planning to have an action plan for each locality. Not later than June 2015 the project’s funding will be proceeded.

Mr. Duong Ngoc Long, Chairman of the Thai Nguyen provincial People's Committee has confirmed the agreement of the provinces in implementing the project.


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