The Vietnamese government has approved the planning of a hi-tech eco-friendly area in Hanoi that could host 600,000 people by 2030.
The 17,300 hectares Hoa Lac Urban Area will be located to the west of Hanoi, bordering the northern province of Hoa Binh, according to a decision signed by Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung.
The area with the existing Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park, is expected to have a population of 150,000 people by 2025 and 600,000 people by 2030.
It will have two main parts, one for the development of technology, high-skill labor and research, and the other for a green and smart urban area.
It is expected to absorb some of the population flooding into Hanoi, which reached eight million people last year, and spur economic growth in the city's suburbs.
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