The commune’s economic structure until 2020:
Agriculture: 40%; Small Industry and Handicrafts: 10%; Trade and Services: 50%;
Income per capita: VND6,000,000/year; Mobilized Capital for Investment and
Development: VND5,000,000,000 including VND2,000,000,000 from people; the
proportion of tax and fee collected into the State budget increases by an
average of 5.5% annually.
Over 98% of households are using electricity and
clean and hygienic water and it is necessary to strive for the target of no
poverty households in 2020; the population growth rate by 2030 will reach below
1%; employees with stable jobs account for 70%; and seasonal laborers account
Photo: The planning orientation for Phu Dong commune
2. Agriculture - Forestry - Fishery
According to the land use planning until 2020.
+ Developing annual crop production areas: sugarcane
and vegetables; and building sugarcane material areas with an area of 200 ha
and a vegetable growing area of approximately 400 ha.
+ Selecting perennial crops that suit the commune
such as Thai mangoes of approximately 100 ha.
+ Maintaining and stabilizing herds of water
buffaloes, cows, and poultry and increasing the number of pig herds.
Photo: The riverside eco-tourism area in Phu Dong
3. Trade - Services - Travel
+ Creating conditions for organizations and
individuals of all economic sectors to invest in production and business
activities in the areas of trade and services; creating conditions for
production and business facilities to establish new facilities or invest in the
expansion of their capacity in various forms to bring goods and services to the