Specifically, Cai Mep international port is ranked 11th CPPI (according to the average statistical calculation of all 5 ship sizes), and 13th (technically, giving higher weight to vessel size). common in that port).
In there, Cai Mep port Vietnam’s ports are ranked higher than 3 major transshipment ports, namely PTP Malaysia (16th), Singapore (31st), Hong Kong (38th) and Yokohama of Japan (12th).
Cai Mep International Port (CMIT) is a deep-water container port in Cai Mep area, Tan Thanh district, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province with an area of 48 hectares. The port has a wharf of 600 m long, capable of receiving large container ships of up to 160,000 DWT.
According to Vung Tau Port Authority, CMIT can provide high-quality services to shipping lines and customers in the fastest time, through direct international shipping routes from Vietnam to major markets. such as Asia, Europe and America.
In the first 4 months of 2022, container cargo through CMIT reached more than 3 million Teus (a unit of measurement of container’s capacity in sea transport), equaling 106% compared to the same period in 2021 (more than 2.89 million TEUs). ).
Currently, in the province BA Ria Vung Tau 48/69 ports are in operation, with a total designed capacity of 155.7 million tons/year. In which, the province is having 7 large container port projects with a capacity of 6.8 million TEUs/year.
In order to promote the advantages of seaports, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province has mobilized investment capital to develop transport infrastructure to connect deep-water ports, land and sea transport with provinces in key regions. southern point.
Along with that, the province implements planning and builds a system of industrial parks associated with seaports. Up to now, Ba Ria – Vung Tau has 15 industrial parks, with a total area of about 8,510 ha.
Besides, some typical investment projects are being implemented such as: PPP factory and LPG underground storage of Hyosung Group with investment capital of 1.2 billion USD; Southern Petrochemical Complex USD 5.4 billion; Long Son Power Center US$4.5 billion,…
Ba Ria – Vung Tau is a province with advantages in marine resources. Besides the deep-water seaport, the province also has the largest oil reserves in the country. According to the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the waters of Ba Ria – Vung Tau have oil reserves of 400 million m3, accounting for 93.29% of the country’s reserves; oil and gas reserves are about over 100 billion m3, accounting for 16.2% of the country’s gas reserves.
Oil and gas of Ba Ria – Vung Tau are distributed mainly in Cuu Long Basin and Nam Con Son Basin. Cuu Long basin has exploitation reserves of about 170 million tons of oil and 28-41 billion m3 of gas. In which, Bach Ho field has reserves of 100 million tons of oil and 25-27 billion m3 of gas, Rong field has reserves of 10 million tons of oil and 2 billion m3 of gas, Hong Ngoc and Rang Dong fields have reserves of 50-70 million tons of oil and 10 – 15 billion m3 of gas.
In addition, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province also has abundant aquatic resources. Specifically, the continental shelf of the province has 661 fish species, 35 shrimp species, 23 squid species, thousands of algae species, many of which have high economic value. The maximum annual exploitation of seafood reserves is from 150,000 to 170,000 tons.
In fact, the marine resources of Ba Ria – Vung Tau are very convenient for the development of shipping, port system, tourism and the seafood mining and processing industry.
Taking advantage of marine resources for economic development, over the years, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province has always maintained its development momentum, affirming its role as an important growth pole of the country.
According to the People’s Committee of Ba Ria – Vung Tau province, from 2000 up to now, Ba Ria – Vung Tau has always kept its position as a locality with GRDP highest per capita in the country (including oil and gas and excluding oil and gas).
GRDP per capita (excluding oil and gas) of Ba Ria – Vung Tau province (USD/person). Source: Statistical Office of Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province.
According to the People’s Committee of Ba Ria – Vung Tau province, since 1996, the province has had a per capita GRDP twice as high as the national average.
In 2021, GRDP per capita will reach 12,154 USD/person (including oil and gas) equivalent to 281.2 million VND and about 7,141 USD/person (excluding oil and gas) equivalent to 163.4 million VND, more than 8 times times compared to 2000 (851 USD/person, equivalent to 19.5 million VND).
In 2021, the province’s GRDP minus oil and gas will reach VND 111,033 billion (at 2010 constant prices), an increase of 1.02% over the same period in 2020. Besides, the province’s GRDP including oil and gas will reach VND 213,948 billion. at 2010 constant prices), a decrease of 6.26% over the same period. The reason for the decrease in GRDP including oil and gas is due to the decrease in crude oil and gas exploitation activities and the decline of the service sector due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic.
In the first 5 months of 2022, the province’s socio-economic development continues to change positively. Industrial production gradually recovered. Some industries and fields achieved high growth rates.
Specifically, the total retail sales of goods increased by 11.24%; port service revenue increased by 6.77% over the same period. The total number of guests staying at tourist accommodation establishments increased by nearly 16%. Particularly, international guests staying increased by 14.44% over the same period.
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