Covering nearly 170ha, the zone will be used for researching and fostering the application of technology in the seafood industry with a focus on shrimp development in the province and others in the North. A shrimp farming area which uses Israeli technology in Dam Ha district (Source: baodautu.vn) It will be also in charge of providing fish breeds, developing technologies used for fisheries farming and support industries besides focusing on personnel training for the seafood industry. Of the zone’s total investment, 159 billion VND will come from the provincial budget while the remainder will be contributed by Binh Thuan province-based Viet-Uc Seafood Corp – the zone’s developer and strategic investor. The company will be eligible to manage more than 100ha of the zone’s area. The zone will be developed in three stages. The first phase will be kicked off in 2020, the second will implemented in the 2021-2023 period and the third will last from 2024 to 2025. The Prime Minister has approved a master plan for hi-tech agriculture zones through 2020, a move to put domestic farming on the sustainable development track and ensure national food security. Besides previously-approved hi-tech farming parks in Hau Giang and Phu Yen, another… Read full this story
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