Construction of the Rang Dong Industrial Zone (IZ), a large-scale area dedicated to the textile and clothing industry, has started in the northern Vietnamese province of Nam Dinh.
The IZ, the largest of its kind in the country, is one of Nam Dinh’s key projects, the provincial People’s Committee vice chairman Ngo Gia Tu said at the ground-breaking ceremony.
Currently, the textile and clothing industry contributes 40% of the province’s total production output, Tu said, expressing the hope that once operational, the IZ will accelerate provincial development.
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