Some socio-economic development objectives for the Red River Delta region of Vietnam until 2030

Some socio-economic development objectives for the Red River Delta region of Vietnam until 2030
Như Mai

On November 23, 2022, the Central Executive Committee of Vietnam issued Resolution 30-NQ/TW on socio-economic development and assurance of national defense and security in the Red River Delta until 2030, with a vision to 2045.

In particular, some specific objectives regarding the development of the Red River Delta region of Vietnam until 2030 are as follows:

- In the period of 2021–2030, the average growth rate of the GRDP will be about 9% per year in Vietnam. By 2030, regional GRDP will increase about three times compared to 2020 (current price), of which:

+ Agriculture, forestry, and fishing account for approximately 3.5%;

+ Construction accounts for approximately 47% of the industry.

+ Product tax minus subsidies accounts for approximately 41%, while services account for approximately 8.5%.

GRDP per capita is about 274 million VND/person/year.

- The urbanization rate reaches over 55%; 100% of the communes meet the new rural standards, of which at least 50% meet the newly enhanced rural standards; 20% of communes meet the new model rural standard in Vietnam.

- 76% of preschools, 95% of primary schools, 90% of junior high schools, and 68% of high schools meet national standards.

- The rate of trained workers with degrees and certificates is about 48–52%, and the unemployment rate remains below 3%. The rate of poor households according to multidimensional standards decreases by about 1.5% per year.

- Reaching the target of having 32 hospital beds and 11 doctors/ten thousand people. Health insurance coverage covers over 95% of the population.

- In urban areas, the percentage of households that use clean water that meets standards is 100%, while in rural areas, it is 85%.

More details can be found in Vietnam's Resolution 30-NQ/TW, dated November 23, 2022.

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