HCMC – Sixteen infrastructure tasks have simply been proposed for the Mekong Delta, heard a latest assembly held in Can Tho Metropolis to debate methods to answer local weather change.
These embrace tasks to construct coastal roads, inter-regional roads, dikes and reservoirs, with whole capital of VND94,300 billion. They had been proposed by the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Growth, and the Mekong Delta’s 13 provinces.
A significant venture within the checklist is a 415-kilometer coastal highway passing by way of seven provinces of the delta — Tien Giang, Ben Tre, Tra Vinh, Soc Trang, Bac Lieu, Ca Mau and Kien Giang. Its estimated value is almost VND43,000 billion.
The opposite tasks are a dike system alongside the Mang Thit River part 2 in Vinh Lengthy Province, the 36-kilometer Nationwide Freeway 61C in Hau Giang Province, a highway enchancment in Dong Thap Province and a reservoir in An Giang Province. Their whole value is put at almost VND15,000 billion.
Can Tho Metropolis, the financial heart of the Mekong Delta, will make investments almost VND9,800 billion to develop a piece of Nationwide Freeway 61C passing by way of town and roads linking O Mon, Thoi Lai and Giong Rieng districts with a mixed size of twenty-two.5 kilometers.
As for the regional planning, the Ministry of Transport proposed bettering nationwide highways 53, 62 and Nam Tune Hau Street, which would require almost VND7,160 billion.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Growth deliberate to spend money on three tasks with an estimated value of VND6,620 billion, together with bettering a canal system to channel water from the Hau River to Ca Mau Peninsula, upgrading an inter-provincial canal system mendacity between the Tien River and the Hau River and the irrigation system connecting Bao Dinh-Go Cong-Tan Tru in Lengthy An Province.
An quantity of over US$2.8 billion, equal to VND66,282 billion for the tasks, shall be borrowed from international sources, whereas the reciprocal capital shall be VND28,000 billion.
The funding insurance policies for the tasks are anticipated to be authorised this 12 months.