Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang speaking at the Viet Nam Connect Forum on green growth and digital transition for central and central highlands region. — Photo courtesy of Vietnam Economic Times The central and Central Highlands region has been designated as one of the areas for fast economic and sustainable development, along with remarkable climate change resilience. Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang spoke at the Viet Nam Connect Forum – Breakthroughs for central Viet Nam – in the central city on March 17, emphasising that the region plays a crucial role in promoting rapid and sustainable growth. "The region needs to adopt green growth in agriculture, forestry, processing industries, the blue sea economy and tourism," Quang said. "By 2045, the region should become the largest centre of high-tech industries, services and international cooperation in Asia. Drastic breakthroughs are necessary in the action plans of the provinces in the region to achieve sustainable goals in the future." He noted that this year will mark a turning point in the country’s master plan for the national digital transformation process, which will create new value. The central and Central Highlands region should focus on key areas of green and digital transformation… Read full this story
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