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Lam Binh District steps up the building of infrastructure

TQO - Lam Binh District was established in 2011. Therefore, investing in socio-economic structure has been eyed as one of the three major breakthroughs to foster local growth and economic restructuring.

Investment has been poured into important projects on upgrading key traffic routes, constructing headquarters of agencies, class, cultural houses, sporting facilities and irrigation works.

While building infrastructure for rural areas, Lam Binh District always attaches priority to upgrading traffic infrastructure in order to realise its economic development tasks. To date, nearly 200 kilometres of rural roads in the district have been consolidated, including 54 kilometres in communes, 88 kilometres of village roads, 4.4 kilometres of alleys and over 44 kilometres of roads connecting fields and residential areas. The district aims to become a fifth-grade urban area in 2020.

Efforts made to complete Lang Can – Xuan Lap traffic route in Lam Binh District.

In addition to developing economic infrastructure, Lam Binh District has also focused on fostering social infrastructure. Education has received great attention, with new schools and classrooms having been built and adorned, meeting the criteria set for standard schools, in order to realise its development of schools regarding both quality and quantity.

In 2019, the district mobilised over VND 37 billion to build new rural areas. It has focused on attracting external resources from the state budget as well as local resources through the auction of land use rights, resources from local businesses, organisations, and people.

To further promote these achievements in the coming time, Lam Binh District continues to build basic infrastructure and will work out breakthrough policies on giving priorities on building infrastructure in communes and villages in order to improve locals’ livelihoods.

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