Phung The Anh


Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam's the largest city with potentials, strengths on the development of industry, construction and service. The proportion of these sectors accounts for more than 99% of the city's GDP structure. Moreover, the city also has a large rural area with 05 suburban districts. In the past years, the city has also focused on strong investment to build and develop rural areas, contributing to changing the face of rural areas of the city; and simultaneously narrowing the gap between the urban and suburban areas. Since the day of national reunification up to now, Ho Chi Minh City has focused resources to invest in developing rural areas under the policy of new rural construction of the Communist Party of Vietnam, especially investment in building a synchronous and completed socio-economic infrastructure system, contributing to rural development, increasing incomes and improving people's lives.

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