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Nam Dinh textile industries shift production bases to rural areas
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Jan '09
Nam Dinh Province that houses one of the biggest textile and garment industry of Vietnam, plays the key role in the development textile sector. However, currently, most of the industries are shifting their production bases in rural areas to reduce production cost and problem of dearth of labourers.

Shifting garments and textiles industry to rural areas has been a planned move for many enterprises in Nam Dinh. It has helped to narrow the gap between the rural and urban areas.

Up till now, 15 garments and textiles enterprises like Nha Be garments company, and Hanosimex have built their workshops in rural areas, creating jobs for more than 10,000 local people.

Experts are of the opinion, shifting of manufacturing bases has many advantages. It will create jobs for rural workers and even contribute in promoting the industrial production growth of the district to which it has been shifted.

Market insiders say that in order to further enhance garments and textiles industry in rural areas, Nam Dinh should invest more in upgrading infrastructure and electricity supply system.

Even vocational trainings should be given to locals to improve trade. Enterprises must link production with environmental protection and local authorities should create favourable conditions for businesses.

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