Luc Ngan implements 35 key projects in 2022
Update: 19:49 |
– In 2022, Luc Ngan district (Bac Giang province) plans to implement 35 key and
big projects from state budget, public – private and non-state capitals. Most of
the projects are in the fields of traffic, residential infrastructure, civil
buildings and agriculture (some are transferred from 2021).
25 projects are under supervision and direction from the district Party Committee’s Standing Board, including 14 residential and urban area projects which cover 299 ha with total investment of over 3.8 trillion VND (167.5 million USD) mobilized by investor as well as 11 public investment projects with total capital of over 825 billion VND.
The contractor constructs the belt road in Chu town.
Defining the importance of these above mentioned projects to local socio-economic development, Luc Ngan district Party Committee and People’s Committee ordered the investors, localities and relevant agencies to highly focus on clearing the land, speeding up the construction schedule to early put the projects in operation and exploitation.
Son Dong invests to build road to Khe Ro ecotourism site
(BGO) – To recover the
travel difficulties due to degraded road, minimize traffic accident and
gradually complete traffic network to serve local socio economic development,
especially ecotourism sites, Son Dong district (Bac Giang province) has
invested to revamp and upgrade the road from national road No.31 to Khe Ro
ecotourism site in An Lac commune.
Nearly 75 billion VND invested in major road system in An Chau town
(BGO) – The Management Board of Investment
Construction project in Son Dong district (Bac Giang province) has been
assigned to execute the project to revamp and upgrade the major road system in
An Chau town (Son Dong district) which will be implemented from now till 2023
with total investment of nearly 75 billion VND (3.2 million USD) from the
Lychee’s journey to abroad
(BGO) – In 2021, Bac
Giang has 30 lychee growing area codes to export to Japan with total area of
219.4 ha and productivity of 1,800 tonnes of fruits. To ensure safe and
Covid-19 free products, the locals have strictly followed the procedure in every
step of harvest, sterilization, package, transport in line with Japanese