The Hanoitimes - Hanoi strives to raise the GDP per capita to around US $7,100-7,500 by 2020 and US $16,000-17,000 by 2030, according to the city’s new socio-econoc development strategy until 2030, with vision to 2050 which has been approved by the PM.
The capital city sets to achieve the annual GDP growth rate of 12-13% between 2011 and 2020 and 9.5-10% in the 2021-2030 period.
Over the next decade, the service sector is expected to account for 54-55%, industry-construction 30-31% and agriculture 14-16%.
The population is projected to be around 7.9-8 million people by 2020 and 9.2 million people by 2030.
To achieve the aforesaid targets, Hanoi will focus on improving infrastructure and traffic system, including metro lines and urban railways and expanding Nội Bài International Airport .
The city targets to develop high-quality human resources and raise the trained laborers to 70-75% by 2020 and 85-90% by 2030.
Thirsty percent of the total workforce will work in field of high-tech and professional services sectors and 10% in the fields of science and technology, design, consultation and arts.
The city also strives to create jobs for around 140,000-150,000 turns of people over the next ten years and around 120,000-130,000 ones in phase from 2021-2030.
Hanoi will energize its development by modernizing and synchronizing urban infrastructure, producing high-quality human resources, and accelerating administrative reform.
The total social investment for the 2011-2020 period is estimated at around US $180-190 billion and around US $ 300-320 billion for the following ten years.