Hai Phong Port is expected to handle up to 115m tonnes of goods a year by 2020 ©123RF
Hai Phong Port is expected to handle up to 115m tonnes of goods a year by 2020 ©123RF

Vietnam outlines northern shipping vision

24 August 2016

Vietnam plans to make Hải Phòng Port the “international gate of the North” as part of its shipping vision for 2030.

The Ministry of Transport estimates the port city, near the capital Hanoi in the North, will handle up to 115m tonnes of goods and more than 25,000 international tourists a year by 2020.

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