I. Development Viewpoints
1. The socio-economic development master plan of Lam Dong Province till 2020 must be in line with the socio-economic development strategy of the whole country, planning of the Central Highlands; and ensure the integration with planning of disciplines and sectors.
2. To take advantage of the province’s potentials and strengths; to exploit and use effectively all resources for rapid and sustainable socio-economic development and protection of ecological environment; and to boost shift in economic structure, improving growth quality and competitiveness of the economy.
3. To combine economic development with social progress and equality, to gradually narrow gaps of living standards between social classes and between urban and rural areas; and to implement well social welfare policies.
4. To closely combine economic development with guaranteed political security and social order and safety; and to consolidate solidarity among ethnic groups.
II. Development Objectives
1. Overall objective
By 2020, Lam Dong Province will be built into a fairly developed province in the Central Highlands with services accounting for a high proportion in economic structure; basically comprehensive and modern infrastructure; a developed education and training system to provide human resources to serve growth; increasingly improved material and cultural life of the people; and ensured national defence and security.
2. Concrete objectives
a) Economic development
- The average annual GDP growth rate for the period 2011 - 2020 will reach 14.5 - 15%. Accordingly, the figure will be 15 - 16% for the period 2011 - 2015 and 13.5 - 14% for 2016 - 2020. GDP per capita will reach 44.5 - 46.2 million Viet Nam Dong (equivalent to USD 2,200 - 2,300) by 2015, and 92 - 100 million Viet Nam Dong (equivalent to USD 3,500 - 3,800) in 2020;
- The proportion of agriculture, industry and services in economic structure will be respectively 36.8 - 37%, 26.8 - 28% and 35.2 - 35.8% in 2015; and 27 - 28%, 35 - 36% and 36 - 37% by 2020;
- Export turnover will be around USD850 million by 2015 and USD 1,800 million in 2020;
- Total investment of the whole society will account for 44% of GDP for the period 2011 - 2015 and 42% of GDP for 2016 - 2020;
- State budget revenue will reach 13.8 - 14.3% of GDP for the period 2011 - 2015 and 14.2% for 2016 - 2020.
b) Social development
- Natural population growth rate will reduce to less than 1.3% in 2015 and 1.2% in 2020. The number of poor households will be down to 2%, including number of poor households of ethnic minorities down to 8% in 2015. There will be no poor household by 2020.
- By 2015, 20% of kindergarten schools, 80% of secondary schools, 20% of junior high schools and 10% of senior high schools meet national standards. The above figures will be respectively 40%, 90%, 40% and 20% by 2020. 10% of districts and cities will have completed universal education at secondary school level by 2020.
- 100% of communes will meet national standards on health care by 2015. The number of malnutrition among under-five children will be reduced to less than 5% by 2020. Medical examination and treatment facilities will be invested and built to meet demands of the people to aim at average figures of 32 beds per ten thousand people and 8 doctors per ten thousand people by 2020. 50% of the labour force will be trained by 2015, including 35 - 40% trained in vocational skills, and the figures will be respectively 70% and 55% by 2020. 28 - 30 thousand new jobs will be created annually.
- There will be more than 30% of communes and districts entitled cultural communes/districts, 75% of hamlets and villages entitled cultural hamlets/villages and 85% of households entitled cultural families by 2015. 100% of hamlets, villages and quarters will be recognised as cultural hamlets/villages/quarters, and 90% of households entitled cultural families by 2020.
- 90% of the urban population and 85% of the rural population will have access to fresh water in 2015. 100% of households will have access to fresh water by 2020.
c) Environmental protection
- Forest coverage will be increased and maintained at 61% in 2015. Proactive actions will be taken to cope with climate change.
- 100% of harmful waste and 85 - 90% of daily waste will be collected and treated by 2015. All sorts of waste will be collected and treated as per standards before being discharged into the environment.
III. Orientations for Developing Disciplines and Sectors
To take advantage of and exploit effectively natural resources and climate to develop tourism to be a force-driving economic sector. Tourism will make up more than 10% of GDP by 2020. To build Da Lat city into one of major tourist centres of the region and the country.
- To attract economic sectors to invest in planned high-quality tourist projects including Tuyen Lam Lake tourist zone, Dan Kia - Da Lat, Dai Ninh Lake, Cam Ly - Mang Lin, Langbian, Dam M’Bri, Cat Tien National Park, and Bidoup - Nui Ba etc.
- To develop accommodation system, especially high-class hotels. The number of rooms will be 25 thousand by 2015, including 20% meeting three - five star standards. There will be around 50 thousand rooms by 2020, including 40% meeting three - five star standards.
- To expand tourist services with higher quality; to restore and improve historic and beautiful sites. To conserve and restore villas with high architect values in Da Lat. To build and develop craft villages.
- To strengthen cooperation in establishing domestic and international tourist routes. To enhance linkages in Central Viet Nam and the Central Highlands and in the South East of Viet Nam to create tourism development triangles including Da Lat - Ho Chi Minh City - Nha Trang, Da Lat - Phan Thiet - Ho Chi Minh City, Da Lat - Vung Tau - Ho Chi Minh City, and Da Lat - Dak Lak - Ho Chi Minh City. To combine tourism development with protection of natural environment and preservation of national cultural identity.
- To attract around 4.5 - 5 million visitors by 2015 and 6 - 6.5 million by 2020, including 10% being international visitors. To increase average duration of stay to 2.7 days in 2015 and 3 days in 2020.
- To diversify types of trade; to develop modern commercial centres and supermarkets; to establish wholesale markets for agricultural products including vegetable, flower, tea and coffee; to support enterprises in building their trademarks and applying quality management systems in line with appropriate standards; to encourage the expansion of types of business and goods exchange in mountainous, remote and ethnic minorities areas.
- To raise total retail sales of goods to 21.5%/year for the period 2011 - 2015 and 20%/year for 2016 - 2020. To maintain traditional markets and expand export markets, especially those for advantageous products including coffee, cashew nut, processed tea, processed wood, vegetable, flower, wine, alumina, kaolin, and handicrafts.
c) Other services
- To develop means of goods transportation, to strengthen measures for ensuring traffic safety; to study appropriate ways of investment to expand domestic and international air routes.
- To modernise post and telecommunication network; to expand transmission lines and mobile wave coverage in all areas; to develop Internet services; to strengthen the application and development of information technology.
- To develop comprehensively services to serve the production and life of the people; to expand high value-added services including finance, banking, insurance and securities; to improve quality of employment service, social welfare, and services supporting agriculture and forestry.
To develop industries having competitive edge and using local sources of material; to establish key groups of products and goods; to improve supporting industries and industries that serve agriculture and rural development; to encourage the growth of tourism-supporting handicrafts. To fill basically industrial parks and complexes by 2020.
To develop the following industrial sectors:
- Energy: To speed up the progress of construction of hydroelectric power projects in the Dong Nai River, to develop medium and small hydroelectric power systems as in planning; to exploit renewable energy (wind and solar power etc.);
- Mineral exploitation and processing: To strengthen the investigation and exploration of mineral resources. To modernise exploitation and processing technologies, especially in exploiting bauxite, refining alumina, processing kaolin, bentonite and diatomite, and producing construction materials and fire-resistant materials;
- Processing of agricultural and forest products: To expand and innovate technologies of processing tea, coffee, feedstuff, fertiliser, paper and wood; to develop factories processing milk and meat, freezing and processing fruits and vegetables, and manufacturing mineral water and beverages based on local sources of material;
- Porcelain and construction material production: To develop materials including brick and tile of different types, fire-resistant materials, and construction stone; to develop production of tuynel brick to replace manual brick kilns; to encourage the production of unburned building materials;
- Textile and garment, silk making: To encourage economic sectors to invest in developing mulberry tree planting, silkworm feeding and silk weaving in Bao Loc; to attract investment in textile and garment and footwear.
3. Agriculture, forestry and fishery
To develop sustainable agriculture and forestry by innovating breeders and structure of plants and livestock; to boost high-tech goods-producing agriculture, especially production of vegetable, flower and strawberry in Da Lat, Lac Duong, Don Duong and Duc Trong, and tea in Bao Loc, Bao Lam and Di Linh, to provide materials for processing, consuming and exporting industries.
To combine agricultural production with post-harvest preservation and processing technology to increase the value of products. To establish trademark for some key and typical agricultural products of each region; to expand modes of linkage in producing and consuming products as follows.
Based on 280,000 ha of agricultural land that is estimated to be stabilised, to plan and re-arrange structure of plants to improve the effectiveness of land use. By 2020, there will be 135,000 ha of coffee (including 20% being Arabica coffee); 29,000 - 30,000 ha of tea (including 5,000 ha of high-quality tea); 8,000 ha of mulberry tree (including 80% being grown from innovated seedlings); and 12,000 ha of cashew (including 50% being high-yield grafted cashew). To develop high-class vegetables grown under temperate conditions in an area of 60,000 ha, including 20% applying high technologies; to stabilise around 55,000 ha of land for growing food crops.
Average production value will reach VND100 million/ha/year by 2015 and VND120 - 150 million/ha/year by 2020. More than 80% of arable land will be frequently irrigated. Mechanisation will be applied in 100% of land in land leveling stage and 70% till harvesting stage.
- Breeding and aquatic production:
To strengthen breeding using industrial methods; to establish concentrated breeding zones and high-quality farms raising cow for milk and meat; to pay attention to disease prevention and fighting and improvement of the quality of livestock. To raise the proportion of breeding in structure of agriculture to 35% in 2015 and 40% in 2020.
To strongly develop breeding to reach targets of 0.4 million cow (including 15,000 milk cow), 1.6 million pigs, 5.3 million poultry, and 4,000 - 4,500 ha of aquatic production including 200 - 250 ha for raising coldwater fish by 2020.
To encourage aquatic farming in combination with processing and consumption with a focus on breeders of local strength such as sturgeon and salmon.
To continue encouraging participation of the society in forestry. To improve the allocation of forest and forest land to the community so that the people can benefit from forest. To plan and arrange three types of forest to be in line with forest management and protection. To enhance the policy for paying forest environment services. To increase the proportion of forestry in structure of agriculture and forestry to 5 - 7%.
- Rural development:
To build new rural areas in the local context and in line with State’s regulations on new, civilised and modern rural areas; to ensure that the people in rural areas have easy access to social services and public welfare. To reform and develop modes of rural economy, to consolidate and develop co-operative economy under new models that is suitable in the present period. More than 30% of communes will meet criteria of new rural areas by 2015 and the figure will be more than 50% by 2020.
4. Social sectors
a) Population, labour, employment and social welfare:
- To continue tasks relating to population and family planning; to reduce natural growth and minimise mechanical growth of population. To stabilise population size at 1.3 million by 2015 and 1.4 million by 2020;
- To conduct population arrangement in line with general development requirements of the province; to combine urbanisation with change in structure of rural labour. The rate of urban population will account for 42% of total population by 2015 and 45% by 2020;
- To expand vocational training to contribute to change in labour structure. By 2015, labour working for service sector will account for 25%; industrial sector 15% and agricultural sector 60%. The above figures will be respectively 30%, 25% and 45% by 2020. To implement well labour and employment policies;
- To continue sustainable poverty reduction policies, to support poor and near-poor households to escape from poverty permanently; to pay attention to housing for the people, especially for students, manual workers and low-income residents; to invest in socio-economic development of remote, mountainous and ethnic minorities’ areas.
b) Education and training:
- To develop comprehensively education and training at all levels; to diversify types of schools and classes and modes of study. To improve the quality of education and training; to pay attention to education in remote, mountainous and ethnic minorities’ areas to gradually reduce gaps in educational quality;
- To modernise infrastructure and equipment of schools. 36 - 40% of schools will meet national standards by 2015 and the figure will up to more than 75% by 2020. To build up managing and teaching staff who have good professional skills, moral character and commitment;
- To prepare a strategy for vocational training that is suitable for development requirements and market needs; to strengthen vocational training in rural areas and areas of ethnic minorities; to combine vocational training with job creation and labour export. To attract investment and encourage training linkage with domestic and foreign partners to build some high-quality universities and colleges that can serve the local demands for human resources and in line with the country’s general planning.
c) Medical care and public health care:
- To develop an integrated health care network to the grassroots level; to gradually improve professional quality and moral character of health care staff; to modernise infrastructure and equipment for medical examination and treatment as well as pandemic prevention and fighting; and to upgrade standby health centres in districts. To encourage participation of the society in investing in combined treatment and convalescent facilities;
- To improve the effectiveness of education and publicity in health care, environmental sanitation and food hygiene and safety;
- To reach the target of universal health insurance; to implement population and family planning policies; to increase population quality. To rapidly develop pharmaceutical and health equipment industries. To develop modern medicine in combination with traditional medicine.
d) Culture, information and sports:
- To develop comprehensively and synchronise fields of culture; to build an advanced culture imbued with national identity; and to create many high-quality and typical cultural products of the province. To continuingly improve cultural standards of the local people, and to reduce gaps in cultural and spiritual life among social classes and areas. To encourage social investment in establishing cultural and information facilities; to restore and upgrade cultural and historic relics; and to conserve traditional cultural values of ethnic groups;
- To improve the quality of information, press, radio and television. To ensure coverage of terrestrial television in all residential areas and cable television in all district and city centres;
- To develop public exercise and sports; and to train high-achieving athletes.
5. Science and technology
- To encourage the transfer and application of advanced scientific and technological achievements in management, production and business, especially application of high technologies in some fields of industry and agriculture. To innovate rapidly equipment and technologies; to encourage businesses to develop products having high scientific contents, especially in electronics and computer science, new materials, and biological technology;
- To implement effectively scientific and technological research programs and topics; to align research with application of scientific products in production and life. To enhance quality management, registration and protection of intellectual property and product trademarks.
- To strengthen the capacity of staff working in scientific field; to mobilise economic sectors to participate in scientific and technological development; to invest in infrastructure and equipment, research centres, laboratories, checking and verification centres, information technology, and databases to serve scientific and technological research.
6. Protection of natural resources and environment
- To take actions in reducing growth rate of environmental pollution in agricultural and industrial production, services and urban development; to strengthen application of clean technologies; to overcome environmental degradation and improve environmental quality; to preserve biological diversity and ecological environment;
- To manage and protect closely and effectively natural resources, especially land, forest and minerals. To implement well basic investigation of natural and mineral resources for appropriate exploitation and utilisation plans. To conduct land return and environmental restoration after exploiting minerals;
- To control closely the use and treatment of chemicals and pollutant waste in business facilities and families; to mobilise resources in building waste treatment and recycling factories;
- To implement well natural disaster prediction, warning, mitigation and relief; to take actions in coping with climate change.
7. National defence and security
- To consolidate the all-people national defence posture; to build a strong armed force that is ready to cope with and win victories in all circumstances;
- To encourage public participation in preserving social order and safety, to consolidate the people’s security posture; to strengthen the building of people’s public security forces. To coordinate forces in implementing effectively national programs for preventing and fighting criminals and social evils.
8. Development of physical infrastructure
a) Transport: To complete basically the investment and construction of modern transport infrastructure by 2020. Details are as follows.
- For construction under the management of the Central Government in the province: the provincial authorities will cooperate with the Ministry of Transport to invest and upgrade gradually national highways No. 20, 55, 27 and 28; building the Dau Giay - Lien Khuong motorway; and completing the Truong Son Dong road. To study the upgrading of Lien Khuong airport and Bao Lam - Binh Thuan railway to serve practical demands in line with resources in each period and sectoral planning;
- For construction under local management: To plan and arrange appropriately resources in each period to build and upgrade roads No. 721, 722, 723, 724, 725, 726, 727, 728 and 729. To modernise urban transport networks in Da Lat city, Bao Loc city and other towns; to build ring roads and by-pass lanes across urban areas. To mobilise resources to consolidate district and communal roads and to develop transport networks in rural areas. By 2015, all communal and inter-communal arterial roads will be surfaced with asphalt and concretised, and all bridges and sluices are solidly built. 30% of arterial roads in hamlets and alleys and key arterial paths inside paddy fields will be hardened by 2015; and the figure will be up to more than 70% in 2020.
To invest in upgrading and consolidating canals to make use of the capacity of available construction and ensure sufficient water for production and life; to prioritise investment in irrigation works that provide water for perennial industrial tree planting zones as well as mountainous and remote areas. To ensure water supply for 90% of rice, vegetable and flower planting area, and 60% of perennial industrial tree planting area by 2015. To ensure water supply for all rice, vegetable and flower planting area, and 80% of perennial industrial tree planting area by 2020.
- To improve and build an integrated electricity network; to connect and increase the capacity of terminals for stable and highly reliable electricity supply; to promote the progress of medium and small-size hydroelectric power projects as planned; and to build wind power projects in appropriate locations;
- To develop an integrated electricity distribution system to all industrial complexes, tourist zones, residential areas and concentrated production zones. To gradually modernise and build underground electric grid in urban areas. To develop electric networks in rural areas.
d) Water supply and environmental sanitation:
Based on the possible mobilisation of resources, to have plans for investing in construction and upgrading of urban water plants, to expand water supply networks and implement effectively the clean water and rural environmental sanitation program. To enable all the population to use clean water by 2020.
IV. Orientations for Organising Development Space
To develop harmoniously and sustainably urban and rural areas; to build a civilised, clean and beautiful urban network and a comprehensively new rural area; and to gradually narrow the gap in development level among the province’s sub-regions.
1. Development of urban space:
- To focus investment in building Da Lat into a high-quality tourist city and one of education-training and scientific research centres of the region and the country; to preserve buildings with high architectural values, to protect the landscape and typical ecological environment; to invest in physical infrastructure in combination with renewal and expansion of urban space; to make the city perform well its roles as a political, administrative, economic, cultural, service centre and an important economic hub of the province;
- To develop Bao Loc into an industrial and service urban area which plays a core role in the province’s southern part. To study the investment and building of the Lien Khuong - Prenn urban area and other towns into Class 4 and Class 5 Urban Areas under sufficient conditions as regulated in order to create gradually an integrated and modern urban infrastructure system.
2. Cluster development:
- Da Lat - Lac Duong - Duc Trong - Don Duong - Lam Ha cluster: To develop tourism, services, trade and tourism-serving small-size industry. To strengthen high-tech agricultural production; to pay attention to afforestation in combination with development of farms under the combined agro-forestry model;
- Bao Loc - Bao Lam - Di Linh cluster: To develop hydroelectric power, agro-forestry product and mineral processing industries, and bauxite exploitation and processing. To stabilise and improve the quality of perennial industrial trees planting zone.
- Da Huoai - Da Teh - Cat Tien cluster and Dam Dong district: To convert areas of poor and exhausted forest into forest for economic benefits in combination with breeding of cattle.
V. List of Projects Prioritised For Investment Study
VI. Solutions for Implementing The Plan
1. Mobilisation of investment capital:
The demand for investment capital for the period 2011 - 2020 will be around VND285 thousand billion, including VND85 thousand billion for 2011 - 2015 and VND200 thousand billion for 2016 - 2020.
In addition to investment from the State budget, the province needs to take measures for mobilising at best internal and external resources for development investment.
- Based on lists of programs and projects calling for investment till 2020, the province needs to strengthen publicity and promotion to attract investment as well as make use of ODA and capital of other donors;
- To improve investment environment; to create favourable infrastructure to be ready for receiving investment projects; to issue attractive and transparent investment incentives that are in line with legal regulations;
- To expand modes of investment such as BOT, BT and BTO; to create favourable conditions for developing capital markets; to develop modes of venture, joint investment and capital contribution;
- To enhance social investment in education, training, health care, culture, sports, science and technology, and environmental protection;
2. Administrative reform and improvement of capacity of the State management mechanism:
- To modernise the administration and gradually build an e-government; to consolidate the organisation and performance of local authorities at all levels in order to improve management capacity and efficiency of State agencies;
- To improve investment environment in order to create an open and equal business and trading environment for all economic sectors. To boost the progress of enterprise equalizations; to encourage all economic sectors to invest in socio-economic development; and to develop household, farm and cooperative economies;
- To strengthen the implementation of policies for supporting enterprise development; to proactively deal with difficulties and increase the effectiveness of production and business performance of enterprises; to pay attention to and support medium and small-size enterprises and newly established enterprises;
- To enhance legal education and publicity and legal support for the people, and to ensure strict execution of law; to review and simplify administrative procedures, and to increase the effectiveness of the “one stop shop” mechanism. To pay attention to training in professional skills and competency as well as to standardise local governmental officers. It is aimed that by 2020, the Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) of Lam Dong Province will fall into groups “Mid-high” to “High”.
3. Linkage and cooperation in developing markets:
- To develop a comprehensive external economy and to proactively join in international economic integration to attract at best external resources; to enhance cooperation and linkage with Ha Noi capital, Ho Chi Minh City and other provinces in the Central Highlands, the Southern Key Economic Zone and other localities nationwide. To develop markets for goods and services; to increase the quality and competitiveness and establish trademarks for some products of local strength;
- To strengthen tourism and trade promotion in and outside the country; to diversify export markets; to expand rural markets, especially in mountainous and remote areas and areas of ethnic minorities;
- To encourage venture and linkage among material production, processing and consuming facilities; and to develop diverse and integrated types of market.
4. Development of human resources:
- To enhance vocational training in line with demands of the labour market. To implement well training and re-training supporting programs for managing staff at all levels and in all sectors; to encourage the development of direct training at enterprises, training under orders of investors, and job introduction centres;
- To prepare and implement concrete incentives to attract the highly skilled labour force to work for the province. To conduct effectively the linkage and cooperation between training institutions and employers. To associate harmoniously training and improvement of human resource quality with employment creation for trained labour.
LIST OF PROJECTS PRIORITISED FOR INVESTMENT STUDY
FOR THE PERIOD 2011 - 2020 OF LAM DONG PROVINCE
(Issued as attachment to Decision No.1462/QD-TTg dated 23 August 2011 of the Prime Minister of Vietnamese Government)
I. Projects Invested By the Central Government
1. Dau Giay - Da Lat motorway
2. High-tech agro-biological centre
3. National sports training centre
II. Projects under Local Management
1. Physical infrastructure of Loc Son and Phu Hoi industrial parks; development of craft villages
2. Construction and upgrading of provincial roads no. 721, 722, 723, 724, 725, 726, 727, 728 and 729
3. Road DT 722 (km no.642 of Truong Son Dong - Da Tong road)
4. Ring roads around Da Lat and Bao Loc cities; and by-pass roads across urban areas
5. Modernisation of urban transport systems in Da Lat city, Bao Loc city, and towns
6. Inter-communal road through Lac Duong - Da Sar towns; inter-communal road through Gia Bac - Son Dien - Hoa Bac; and Ton K’Long road
7. Improvement of available irrigation works and consolidation of canals
8. Irrigation systems (Da Si; Da Lay, Dak K’Long Thuong; Kazam; Dong Thanh and Hiep Thuan; Quoc Oai, Da Riong)
9. Flood prevention and fighting systems in the Da Nhim and Dong Nai rivers
10. Small-size irrigation systems in areas of ethnic minorities
11. Re-arrangement of population
12. Physical infrastructure of national park tourist zones (Cat Tien; Bi Doup - Nui Ba)
13. Construction and improvement of water supply and drainage systems, and waste and waste water treatment systems in urban areas; system of dumping sites in urban areas
14. High technology centre; Irradiation centre
15. Construction of environmental observation and supervision centres
III. Production and Business Projects Calling For Investment
1. Rail routes (Da Lat - Thap Cham; Bao Lam - Binh Thuan); and the rail route for transporting bauxite
2. Infrastructure of industrial - urban areas (Tan Phu; Dai Lao); industrial complexes
3. Dong Nai 5 hydroelectric power plant; medium and small-size hydroelectric power projects; wind power and solar power
4. Vegetable and fruit refrigeration plant; plants processing high-quality local vegetables and fruits, coffee, tea and wine; plants processing instant coffee, powdered coffee, cocoa, meat and milk
5. Expansion and modernisation of available tea processing plants
6. Processing plants (high-class wood; feedstuffs; microbial fertilizers made from waste; peat coal)
7. Plants (processing rubber latex; woven wool mixed with silk, dying, printing flower in silk; high-quality garment; silk weaving; silk knitwear; spulsilk spinning; garment accessories; leather footwear)
8. Plants (producing shaped aluminum bars; assembling electronic and electric housewares; manufacturing aluminum hydroxide and oxide; manufacturing ceramic, glazed terra-cotta, porcelain and fire-resistant materials; processing kaolin)
9. Plants (producing concrete and concrete structural components; tuynel brick, super light weight brick and unburned brick; coloured cement tiles, metal shingles and purlins; interlocking pavers, Terrazzo tiles and Terastone bricks; processing bentonite; processing diatomite to produce environmental absorbent and treatment substances in aquatic production)
10. Information technology and applied software manufacturing project
11. Tourist zones (Tuyen Lam lake; Da Lat - Dan Kia; Prenn lake; Lang Biang)
12. Tourist and convalescent zones (Dai Ninh lake; Loc Thang lake; Cam Ly; Mang Ling)
13. Convalescent and entertainment zones (Nam Phuong lake, Tan Rai lake, Dam Ri waterfall)
14. Preservation of cultural and historical relics in combination with tourism and service business
15. Tourist monorail in Da Lat city
16. Malls and supermarkets; markets in rural areas; wholesale markets for vegetables, flower, tea and coffee
17. Systems of storage terminals, bonded warehouses, and transportation service centres
18. Projects (investing in tea seedling innovation, growing and processing; coffee seedling innovation and preliminary treatment technology)
19. Project for growing, processing and exporting high-quality vegetables and flowers
20. Projects (growing and processing artichoke; growing and processing rubber)
21. Cattle breeding project; coldwater fish raising project
22. Project for converting poor and exhausted forest into forest for economic benefits in combination with developing pulp and paper processing industry
23. Conference, fair and exhibition centres in Da Lat and Bao Loc cities
24. High-class commercial and office centres in Da Lat and Bao Loc cities
25. Lien Khuong - Prenn new residential area; residential areas and blocks of apartments; Anh Sang commercial and residential areas; and Dinh Tien Hoang - Bui Thi Xuan cultural and urban area
26. Lam Dong cultural and sports centre; Ba Huyen Thanh Quan entertainment park
27. Lam Dong Children’s Hospital
28. Upgrading and standardising schools; secondary, professional and vocational training schools
29. Da Lat - Lac Duong university village; student dormitories
Note: The location, scope and total investment capital of these projects shall be calculated, selected and clearly defined during preparation and submission of investment projects in line with the province’s demands and possibilities for allocating and mobilising resources.