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Development of eco-friendly industrial complex in Da Nang

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Frame of Image GGGI) Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MOSF), Republic of Korea Korea Development Institute (KDI) Da Nang People’s Committee, Vietnam Da Nang Institute of Socio-Economic Development (DISED), Vietnam Hongtack Chun, Executive Director, CID, KDI Woojin Kang, Research Fellow, Division of Development Research, CID, KDI Nahyun Kim, Research Associate, Division of Development Research, CID, KDI Younki Choi, Director, Research Center for Regional Development, KIET Chapter 1. Younki Choi, Director, Research Center for Regional Development, KIET Chapter 2. Chunkon Kim, Research Fellow, Service Industry Research Division, KIET Joo Sueb Lee, Senior Program Manager, GGGI Chapter 3. Soyoung Lim, Associate Research Fellow, International Development Cooperation Division, KIET Chapter 4. Jaegon Park, Team Leader, Regional Industry Team, Research Center for Regional Development, KIET Chapter 5. Younki Choi, Director, Research Center for Regional Development, KIET Jaegon Park, Team Leader, Regional Industry Team, Research Center for Regional Development, KIET Chunkon Kim, Research Fellow, Service Industry Research Division, KIET Soyoung Lim, Associate Research Fellow, International Development Cooperation Division, KIET Kwang Soo Kim, Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute of Construction Technology (KICT) Okyun Ahn, International Development Cooperation Division, KIET Seokkyun Woo, Researcher, International Development Cooperation Division, KIET
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Title Development of eco-friendly industrial complex in Da Nang
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Project Category Consulting Programs
Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade; Global Green Growth Institute

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Seoul, South Korea : Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade; Global Green Growth Institute

Date 2014
Project Consulting Programs
Series Title; No Knowledge Sharing Program / 2013 Joint Consulting with GGGI
Pages 140
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Vietnam(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Holding KIET; GGGI
Recipient Country Vietnam(Asia and Pacific)
Donor Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Supervisor Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade; Global Green Growth Institute
Organizer Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade; Global Green Growth Institute
Sponsor Ministry of Strategy and Finance; Korea Development Institute
Project Term 2014-01-01 ~ 2014-12-31
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Abstract

This report proposes a variety of policy solutions for the eco-friendly development of existing industrial zones in Da Nang, especially technical solutions related to wastewater processing for the Hoa Cam Industrial Zone and Da Nang Fishery Services Industrial Zone, and eco-friendly development strategy for Da Nang Hi-Tech Park (DHTP). In chapter II, we have analyzed a current status of economic-industrial situation and development plan in Da Nang. Also we have conducted SWOT analysis and drawn some implications. Based on the results of the SWOT analysis, we suggest some strategies, such as 1) the establishment of a foreign investment/global development project through aggressive external promotion of Da Nang’s strengths, 2) the overcoming of the wastewater processing problem and subsequent improvement of water resources through proactive efforts for an eco-friendly environment, 3) the improvement of conditions for attracting foreign investment through investment in eco-friendly infrastructure in accordance with the comprehensive green growth strategy, 4) an improvement of the economy’s health so that it can respond to global economic downturn and improve its natural resource management capability through city development and economic development plans created through the tripartite cooperation of government, academia and industry. (The rest omitted)

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