Vietnam strives to build 7 major marine economic cross-industry clusters by 2030

International Business News  –  Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh of the Vietnamese government recently signed Decision No. 892 (892/QĐ-TTg), approving the development proposal for a cross-industry cluster of marine economy that will build Vietnam into a strong marine economy center by 2030.

The proposal aims to create a high-efficiency, competitive and integrated marine economy cross-industry cluster, and at the same time, combined with the construction of a strong marine economy center, strive to develop Vietnam into a marine economy power by 2030.

The proposal strives to form seven major marine economic cross-industry clusters in various coastal areas by 2030, and at the same time form three to four powerful marine economic centers in Southeast Asia.

According to the overall development direction, the proposal aims to create a maritime economic cross-border business with the participation of domestic enterprises, foreign enterprises, specialized marine economy service and infrastructure supply units, enterprise associations and related industry associations as the main body, with the participation of industries at all levels, especially coastal areas industrial clusters.

According to the proposal, the development of Vietnam’s marine economy cross-industry cluster must follow the priority industries in Vietnam’s sustainable development strategy of marine economy, that is, industries with development advantages in marine and coastal areas, especially those with greater added value, application of high technology, marine economic products and services that contribute to green growth, help protect the marine ecological environment, promote the development of marine economic industries, and help consolidate and strengthen national defense and security in marine island areas.

Among them, the development of island tourism in Vietnam is one of the core priorities, aiming to effectively tap the tourism development potential and advantages of each region and even the entire coastal area of Vietnam.

In particular, Vietnam needs to vigorously develop its tourism economy. Specifically, create high-quality products and services that meet international standards, including eco-tourism, entertainment, island vacations, etc. Tourist centers and complexes including.