HCMC – Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has signed a decision, which will take effect from October 1, allowing establishing the Ha Tien Border Gate Economic Zone, Mai Quoc Thang, vice chairman of Kien Giang Province’s Ha Tien City, announced on August 19.
As approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, the Ha Tien Border Gate Economic Zone will cover an area of 1,600 hectares and comprise five wards, including Phao Dai, Dong Ho, To Chau, Binh San and My Duc.
The new economic zone will be bounded by Cambodia’s Kampot Province to the north, Thuan Yen Commune to the south, Giang Thanh District to the east and southeast and Rach Gia City to the west and southwest, Nguoi Lao Dong Online reported.
It is expected to accommodate a duty-free, international border gate, tourism, administration and residential areas and an industrial park, among other functional areas.
The Ha Tien Border Gate Economic Zone will be operated in line with the Investment Law, the Business Law, the Government’s Decree 82 on the management of industrial and economic zones and other relevant regulations.