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Vietnam needs $13.3 bn to develop seaport system by 2023: Ministry

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Vietnam will need 312.6 trillion VND ($13.3 billion) to develop a seaport system by 2030, according to the transport ministry, which recently said 78 per cent of that capital would be reserved for developing ports and the rest for public maritime infrastructure.

Light houses in islands and archipelagos under Vietnam’s sovereignty, infrastructure for marine safety, coastal information stations, search and rescue centres and a representative office of Nha Trang Maritime Administration in Truong Sa would also be built.

Vietnam will need $13.3 billion to develop a seaport system by 2030, the transport ministry said.
Seventy-eight per cent of that will be used for developing ports, and the rest for public maritime infrastructure.
Light houses in islands and archipelagos, infrastructure for marine safety and coastal information stations would also be built.

By 2024, the focus would be on upgrading Cai Mep-Thi Vai navigational channel to enable it to serve ships of up to 18,000 TEU, and upgrading channels for large ships to enter Hau, Van Uc and Chanh rivers.

By 2030, the focus would be on constructing breakwaters at Vung Ang Port in Ha Tinh province, sand barrier systems at Cua Viet and Cua Gianh as well as upgrading Cam Pha, Ba Ngoi, Hon La, Tran De, Diem Dien and Van Uc channels.

Vessel traffic services would be installed for the Hon Gai-Cai Lan channel and the channel into Hau river, a news agency reported.

By 2030, construction would start on a port in Nam Do Son (in Hai Phong) and ports in Cai Mep and Tran De.

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