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Date : Sunday, 04 October 2009
Category : Hanoi


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301208-Ha Noi’s total export turnover surpassed US$6.9 billion this year, rising 35.5 per cent against the previous year, according to the General Statistics Office. Exports from the capital to domestic destinations hit $3.5 billion, a year-on-year rise of 25.2 per cent. Ha Noi has several key export sectors experiencing strong growth rates, including agricultural products, garment and textiles, footwear and electronics. Throughout the year Ha Noi imported a large quantity of goods worth over $23 billion, rising 26.8% against a year ago with domestic imports at $7.9 billion. VNN

070109-The capital city of Hanoi auctioned about 40 hectares of land to earn about VND 3 trillion / $176.6m in 2008, while the land set aside for resettlement projects barely met the demand of some key projects. SGT

240309-Hanoi posted an economic growth of merely 3.1% in the first quarter this year, the lowest growth rate in as many years. The corre¬sponding first-quarter growth rates in 2007 and 2008 were 11.2% and 10.9% respectively. SGT

190509-The Government has approved the establishment of Ha Dong & Me Linh Districts under the newly expanded Hanoi City. SGT

300709-Hanoi government will supervise the use of public land of State run companies in the city. SGT

160310-A new national administrative centre is set to be built in Ba Vi town, 50 kilometres from Hanoi's centre. The Hanoi metropolitan develop¬ment master plan to 2030 with a vision towards 2050 arrived on the govern¬ment's desk last week from the Min¬istry of Construction (MoC) and its consultants Perkins Eastman, Posco E&C and JINA. The My Dinh area could only accommodate some administrative offices. The government's administrative offices will be gradually moved to Ba Vi, to shape a new centre there in 2030. Hanoi will be developed with Hoan Kiem at its heart, surrounded by ring roads 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Between the 3rd and 4th ring road would be large area of trees and rivers, to keep the city's environment clean. Hanoi will also have satellite urban development areas in Hoa Lac, Soc Son, Xuan Mai, Phu Xuyen and Son Tay. The satellite areas will decen¬tralise population and decrease pres¬sure on the city's central areas. The satellite areas will be linked by the Lang-Hoa Lac expressway which is expanding to become one of the biggest expressways of the country. A new built road named Thang Long, will start from Hoang Quoc Viet cutting through Pham Van Dong road leading directly to Ba Vi to serve the future administrative centre. The road would also accom¬modate museums, libraries and parks. VIR

170310-List of 7No. New Urban Cities approved by Hanoi People’s Committee : -
New Urban Area – NUA Location Developers
Sai Dong NUA Sai Dong town Construction JSC No 3
Co Nhue - Xuan Dinh NUA Tu Liem district Hanoi Housing Svc 1Member State Co
Dang Xa NUA Gia Lam district Viglacera
Van Quan - Yen Phuc NUA Ha Dong district Housing & Urban Dev Corp
South Thang Long Tay Ho district Citra Westlake City Development
Dong Me NUA Tu Liem district Song Da Urban & IZ Inv & Dev Co
Southeast Tran Duy Hung Cau Giay district Industry Constr Co – VIR

030610-The Hanoi master plan forecasts a GDP growth rate of approximately 8% between 2020 and 2030, with GDP per capita reaching about US$11,000 in 2030. In 2030, the population would hit 9 to 9.2 million, and land needed for construction in rural areas would reach between 39,000 and 40,000ha. According to the report, housing spaces in urban areas will rise to more than 30sqm per person and the urbanisation ratio will be at around 70%. Under the master plan, the capital will be built in line with a sustainable development model. The core urban centre will be linked with 5 satellite urban areas and other towns in the surrounding rural areas. The core urban centre will be formed by the east ¬west axis of the Thang Long, Highway 32, Lang ¬Hoa Lac Highway and Highway 6. Of which, the Thang Long axis will con¬nect with Hoang Quoc Viet Road, Highway 21, West Lake and Ba Vi ar¬eas. It will become the main traffic axis in the transportation corridor. The national political centre will also remain in Ba Dinh District. Land has been set aside for devel¬opment of the Govern¬ment and administrative offices in Ba Vi until 2050. And the national administrative centre will remain around Hoan Kiem Lake. Total investment capi¬tal for infrastructure de¬velopment from 2010 to 2030 is approximately $60 billion. Transporta¬tion will cost $33.3 bil¬lion. By 2050, invest¬ments will further in¬crease by $29.9 billion, of which transport will ac¬count for $16.8 billion. VNN

260610-Hanoi has about 3.5m motorbikes and 330,000 cars on its roads. The masterplan for sustainable development of Hanoi’s transport system to 2030 sees 20-26% of land used for transport, up from 7% now. The capital needed for development of the system is estimated at $20bn. Public transport will meet 55% of demand by 2030 and 65% afterwards. VNN

030910-Hanoi’s size tripled since it was merged with the former Ha Tay province and parts of neighbouring Vinh Phuc and Hoa Binh provinces. VIR

140910-Hanoi's GDP growth rate in the first 9 months is estimated at 10.6%. The manufacturing and construction growth rate is estimated at 11.4%, services at 10.5% and agriculture ¬forestry 5.6%. SGT

200910-The government of Hanoi City has issued a decision banning the transfer of ownership of social houses within the first 10 years of the contract signing. Own¬ers of the houses would be allowed to transfer their properties once they fulfill their down payments and receive ownership certificates. SGT

021110-Hanoi will build 284km of modern rail services on 8 routes to 2030 to connect Hanoi with satellites cities and neighbouring areas. SGT

141210-Hanoi set a target to achieve GDP growth of 12% in 2011 and approved the land price list with the highest rate of VND81m / $4,154sqm. SGT

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