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PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE
HO CHI MINH CITY
 
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No: 504/QD-UBND


SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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Ho Chi Minh City, February 4, 2015


 

 

DECISION


ON APPROVING THE OUTLINE OF THE SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN THE CITY FOR 2015 - 2020, ORIENTATION TO 2025


CHAIRMAN OF THE CITY PEOPLE'S COMMITTEE


Pursuant to the November 26, 2003 Law on Organization of the People's Council and the People's Committee;

Pursuant to the Decision No. 3732/QD-UBND dated July 31, 2014 of the City People's Committee on the establishment of the Steering Committee for the Development of Supporting Industry in Ho Chi Minh City;

Pursuant to the Decision No. 4718/QD-UBND dated September 23, 2014 of the City People's Committee on changing members of the Steering Committee for Supporting Industry Development in Ho Chi Minh City;

At the request of the Standing Committee of Supporting Industry Development in Ho Chi Minh City in the Report No. 757/TTr-SCT dated January 26, 2015,

DECISION:

Article 1. Approving the outline of the scheme for the development of supporting industries in the city for the period 2015 - 2020, with a vision to 2025 with the following contents:

1. Project name: Developing supporting industries in the city in the period of 2015 - 2020, orientation to 2025.

2. Project objective:

- Analyze the current situation of supporting industry in 4 key industries and the traditional industries of Textile - Garment and Leather - Footwear to find out supporting industry products capable of supplying to manufacturing enterprises. Finished products.

- Analyze the development conditions and barriers of the identified supporting industry products.

- Orientation to develop supporting industry products of Ho Chi Minh City to 2025.

- Proposing solutions and recommendations to develop supporting industries of Ho Chi Minh City by 2025.

- Proposing specific programs - projects for implementation.

3. Research object and scope:

- Research object: supporting industry serving 4 key industries according to the priority orientation of the city: mechanical engineering, electronics - information technology, pharmaceutical chemistry - rubber, refined food processing - food and 2 traditional industries are Textile - Garment and Leather - Shoes.

- Scope of survey and research: Enterprises providing input products are focused on analysis to determine the ability to supply components, spare parts, semi-finished products (input side) and manufacturing enterprises. Finished products are analyzed in terms of demand for components, spare parts and semi-finished products (market side). Enterprises producing finished products and supporting products are located in the Hi-Tech Park and 15 industrial parks in Ho Chi Minh City and other enterprises. Priority is given to domestic enterprises that have made connections with foreign enterprises through recent international exhibitions (Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and other countries such as the United States, Europe country).

4. Products of the project:

Phase 1 report.

- Project summary report.

- Project summary report.

- Data table appendix.

- List of industrial projects and programs to support 4 key industries and 2 communication industries: Textile - Garment and Leather - Footwear, including: (I) program name, (II) objective, ( III) implementing unit, (IV) implementation time, (V) total investment capital.

5. Implementation organization:

- The implementing agency is the City People's Committee;

- The implementing organization is the Supporting Industry Development Steering Committee; Standing is the Department of Industry and Trade;

 - Consulting agency: City University of Economics; Development Economics Research Institute - City Economics University; City Development Research Institute.

- Investigation agency: City Statistics Department.

- The project implementation period is 13 months (from September 2014 to September 2015), specifically:

Stage 1: Complete report on phase 1 - initial identification of markets and products to develop

+ March 2015: Permanent report to the City People's Committee.

+ April 2015: Report to the Standing Board of the City Party Committee.

Phase 2: continue to complete the complete report so that the project can be completed on schedule, specifying the product development program and specific solutions suitable to the city's conditions for the development of supporting industries. .

Article 2. Assign the Management Board of the Hi-Tech Park to assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Department of Industry and Trade and the consulting group of the City University of Economics, in studying the status and possibility of participation of Vietnamese enterprises providing supporting industries. support large foreign companies such as Intel, Nidec, Samsung, ... to update the project.

Article 3. This Decision takes effect from the date of signing.

Article 4. The Chief of the Office of the City People's Committee, the Steering Committee for the development of supporting industries in the city, the heads of the Departments and branches of the city, the Chairman of the People's Committees of the districts, the Research Group Researches under the University of Economics and relevant organizations and individuals are responsible for the implementation of this Decision./.



KT. CHAIRPERSON
VICE PRESIDENT




Tat Thanh Cang

 

DETAILED OUTLINE

SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN HO CHI MINH CITY FOR 2015 - 2020, ORIENTATION TO 2025

Producer

Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee.

Implementation organization

Ho Chi Minh City Supporting Industry Development Steering Committee.


Consulting unit

University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City; Development Economics Research Institute - University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City; Ho Chi Minh City Development Research Institute.


Investigation and survey unit

Ho Chi Minh City Bureau of Statistics.


 

 

A. PURPOSE, REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROJECT

- Ho Chi Minh City is an industrial city with the contribution of industrial production about 40% of the city's GDP in 2014. However, industrial development has not gone into depth, added value in production industrial output is limited. The context of Vietnam's deeper and deeper integration into the world economy with its accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), participation in bilateral and multilateral Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), prospects for accession The Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership (TPP) Agreement, which established the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015, opens up many opportunities for the city's industry, but also comes with increasingly fierce competition. Therefore, in order to take advantage of opportunities and cope with challenges, industrial production needs to take a step forward in depth with a higher content of science and technology and added value in the global value chain.

- Resolution No. 16-NQ/TW dated August 10, 2012 of the Politburo on directions and tasks for the development of Ho Chi Minh City until 2020 and the Resolution of the 9th Ho Chi Minh City Party Congress (term 2010-2015) determined to focus on developing 4 key industries with high science - technology content and added value: mechanical engineering, electronics - information technology, pharmaceutical chemistry - rubber , processing food products; In addition, two traditional industries that contribute greatly to GDP and export turnover are Textile - Garment and Leather - Footwear. For these industries to develop, supporting industries play an important role and need to be developed in a systematic and complete manner.

- At present, the development of supporting industries for these key industries is still small and has not been realistically summed up by a master plan on supporting industry development of Ho Chi Minh City. According to data from the Department of Industry and Trade of Ho Chi Minh City, the supporting industry of the mechanical industry mainly serves the production of products related to household mechanics, repair and replacement of equipment in the import chain. The stages of surface treatment to create workpieces, manufacturing synchronous equipment, and automation equipment are still weak, specifically the localization rate Engine, turbine, pump, compressor is 32%, Multi-purpose industrial equipment and dedicated is 13.5%. The supporting industry that produces the automobile industry and related fields is only at an average level, so it cannot deeply participate in the value chain of the auto industry, the localization rate of Personal vehicles (up to 9 seats) is only 8.5%, Passenger cars 20%, Trucks and other special purpose vehicles 15.5%. The supporting industry in the electronics industry is still at a low level, the localization rate of audio-visual electronics is only 6%. According to data from the Japan Trade Promotion Organization (JETRO), the proportion of supply from local enterprises (Vietnamese enterprises) in the South of Vietnam to Japanese enterprises is only 14.8%. For Textile - Garment and Leather - Footwear still maintain the processing method, most of the supporting products for the industry depend on imports.

- Currently, the development of supporting industries in Vietnam in general and in Ho Chi Minh City in particular is facing many barriers in terms of (i) technology and cost, (ii) connecting market between suppliers and suppliers. and demanders, (iii) supporting policies, (iv) quality of human resources, and (v) planning and technical infrastructure.

- Therefore, it is necessary to analyze and summarize reality in order to assess the current situation, thereby identifying favorable conditions and barriers for the development of supporting industries in Ho Chi Minh City, thereby making recommendations. orientations and solutions for the development of supporting industries, contributing to promoting the industrialization and modernization process of Ho Chi Minh City, and at the same time contributing to reducing import dependence and improving the value of GDP contribution of Ho Chi Minh City. City.

B. LEGAL BASIS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROJECT

Central Documents

- Resolution No. 16-NQ/TW dated August 10, 2012 of the Politburo on orientations and tasks for the development of Ho Chi Minh City up to 2020;

- Decree No. 56/2009/ND-CP dated June 30, 2009 of the Government on assistance to develop small and medium enterprises;

- Decision No. 49/2010/QD-TTg dated July 19, 2010 of the Prime Minister approving the List of high technologies prioritized for development investment and the List of high-tech products encouraged for development. ;

- Decision No. 12/2011/QD-TTg dated February 24, 2011 of the Prime Minister on Policy on development of a number of supporting industries;

- Circular No. 96/2011/TT-BTC dated July 4, 2011 of the Ministry of Finance guiding the implementation of financial policies prescribed in Decision No. 12/2011/QD-TTg dated February 24, 2011 of the Ministry of Finance. Prime Minister on Policy on development of a number of supporting industries;

- Decision No. 1483/QD-TTg dated August 26, 2011 of the Prime Minister on promulgating the List of supporting industry products prioritized for development;

- Decision No. 1556/QD-TTg dated October 17, 2012 of the Prime Minister on Approval of the Scheme on support for the development of small and medium-sized enterprises in the field of supporting industries;

- Decision No. 879/QD-TTg dated June 9, 2014 of the Prime Minister approving the Strategy for Industrial Development of Vietnam to 2025, with a Vision to 2035;

- Decision 9028/QD-BCT dated October 8, 2014 of the Ministry of Industry and Trade approving the master plan on development of supporting industries until 2020, vision to 2030.

- Master plan on socio-economic development of the Southern key economic region to 2020, with a vision to 2030;

- Master plan for socio-economic development of Ho Chi Minh City to 2020, vision to 2025;

- Construction planning of Ho Chi Minh City region up to 2020; vision to 2050;

- Ho Chi Minh City land use planning up to 2020;

- Planning for industrial development of Ho Chi Minh City up to 2010, vision to 2020.

City document. Ho Chi Minh

- Documents of the 9th Party Congress of Ho Chi Minh City (term 2010-2015) and policies on socio-economic development of the City Party Committee;

- Decision No. 33/2011/QD-UBND dated May 28, 2011, and Decision No. 38/2013/QD-UBND dated September 23, 2013 amending and supplementing a number of articles of Decision No. 33/ 2011/QD-UBND dated May 28, 2011 of the City People's Committee promulgating the Regulation on the implementation of investment projects under the stimulus program of Ho Chi Minh City.

 

C. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

- Analyze the current situation of supporting industry with 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries to find out supporting industry products capable of supplying enterprises producing finished products.

- Analyze the development conditions and barriers of the identified supporting industry products.

- Orientation to develop supporting industry products of Ho Chi Minh City to 2025.

- Proposing solutions and recommendations to develop supporting industries of Ho Chi Minh City by 2025.

- Proposing specific programs-projects for implementation.

D. SUBJECTS AND SCOPE OF RESEARCH

- Objects: supporting industry serving 4 key industries according to the priority orientation of the City: mechanics, electronics - information technology, pharmaceutical chemistry - rubber, food processing; and 2 traditional industries are Textile - Garment and Leather - Shoes.

Limited scope of research:

o Mechanical industry: research topic of supporting industries of 1 industry of level 3 and 4 of economic sectors of level 2: Metal casting (code 243), production of products from prefabricated metal (except for machinery and equipment) ) (code 25); manufacture of electrical equipment (code 27); manufacture of machinery and equipment not elsewhere classified (code 28); manufacture of motor vehicles (code 29).

o Electronics - information technology industry: research topic on supporting industry of level 2 economic sector: manufacturing electronic products, computers and optical products (code 26). The software industry does not research. The main reason is that the supporting industry for this industry is not well defined because the industry's characteristics are a closed software production process from program design to program writing and exporting to the parent company in Vietnam. foreign.

o Chemical and pharmaceutical industry - rubber: research topic on supporting industry of level 2 economic sector: manufacturing products from rubber and plastic (code 22). Do not study the chemical industry (due to pollution) and the pharmaceutical industry group (because it is not under the management of the Department of Industry and Trade),

o Food processing industry: research topic on supporting industry of level 2 economic sector: food production and processing (code 10); beverage production (code 11).

o Textile and Garment Industry: textile products (code 13), apparel products (code 14)

o Leather - Footwear Industry: leather and related products (code 15).

- Scope of survey: Enterprises providing input products are focused on analysis to determine the ability to supply components, spare parts, semi-finished products (input side) and enterprises producing finished products. analyzed the demand conditions for components, spare parts and semi-finished products (market side). Enterprises producing finished products and manufacturing supporting products are located in the Hi-Tech Park and 15 industrial parks in Ho Chi Minh City and other enterprises. Priority is given to domestic enterprises that have made connections with foreign businesses through recent international exhibitions (Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and other countries such as the United States, Europe country)

- Scope of time: conducting situation analysis in 2010-2014 and projecting orientations/solutions/programmes/projects for the period 2015-2025.

E. RESEARCH METHODS

- Using secondary data provided by the City Statistics Department. Ho Chi Minh City and by means of descriptive statistics, compare and analyze the roles of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries of the City, as well as point out the need for special policies for development. develop supporting industry for these 4 industries at the city scale.

- Qualitative research through in-depth interviews: based on the theory of value chains and production processes of an industry (input-production-output), based on the actual situation of enterprises located in the locality. City discussion on four key industries conducts drafting of expert panel discussions and in-depth interviews. Use the outline to discuss with representatives of businesses and associations from 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries.

- Design of the interview panel: on the basis of qualitative research, the consulting group develops the questionnaires (including qualitative and quantitative questions) to describe the operational structure of each industry. Supporting industry and identifying products, components and spare parts that can serve for finished products, identifying barriers in technology, production costs, information connection, support policies, planning and technical infrastructure, human resource training. This quantitative research object includes businesses that have the ability to provide support products and market access to businesses that have demand for supporting products.

- Quantitative research: the enterprise survey questionnaire is designed to survey enterprises operating in 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries. Using descriptive and comparative statistics tools to analyze the operational value chain for each industry in order to point out the group of strengths, barriers of supporting businesses and barriers from groups of businesses with demand for supporting products, is the basis for proposing orientations and solutions for supporting industry development for Ho Chi Minh City.

- Workshop to consult experts and policy makers: Based on the analysis results and proposed solution orientations, the workshop consulted experts to verify the appropriateness of the results. results and explore new solution directions. Experts from the Central Economic Commission, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Finance, international cooperation agencies (Jetro, Kotra), industry associations occupations involving 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries, industry development policymakers.

F. DETAILED STRUCTURE OF THE PROJECT

HEADING

1. Purpose and requirements of the project

2. Legal basis for project formulation

3. Objectives of the project

Chapter 1:

ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION OF SUPPORTING INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE CITY IN THE CITY PERIOD 2010-2013

1.1. The position and role of the urban supporting industry. Ho Chi Minh

1.1.1. Structure of industries in the city's economy. Ho Chi Minh City: (i) production of input materials, (ii) primary products, (iii) supporting products, (iv) finished products.

1.1.2. Analyze the position and role of the supporting industry in the city's economy. Ho Chi Minh City: input for supporting industry, current situation of supporting industry, contribution of supporting industry to finished products.

1.2. Analysis of the development situation of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries

1.2.1. The role of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries in the industrialization process of Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh

- Contribution of the economic sector mainly through the following indicators:

+ Value added

+ Production value

+ Labor productivity

+ Production facility

- The role of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries in promoting the development of economic sectors of the city. Ho Chi Minh and the whole country.

1.2.2. Analysis of the comparative advantage of the city. Ho Chi Minh City in developing 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries

- Location of economic zone and technical infrastructure

- Market conditions

- Human Resources

- Competitive advantage

- Supporting policies

1.2.3. Identifying supporting industries in the operational structure of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries

On the basis of qualitative research (through preliminary survey of enterprises), the operational structure of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries are described separately for each industry and general for 6 industries:

1.2.3.1. Operational structure and supporting industry of the mechanical industry

- Industry structure

- Industry supporting the industry

- Major finished products and major supporting products of major finished products

1.2.3.2. Operational structure and supporting industry of the electronics - information technology industry

- Industry structure

- Industry supporting the industry

- Major finished products and major supporting products of major finished products

1.2.3.3. Operational structure and supporting industry of the pharmaceutical and rubber industry

- Industry structure

- Industry supporting the industry

- Major finished products and major supporting products of major finished products

1.2.3.4. Operational structure and supporting industry of the food processing industry

- Industry structure

- Industry supporting the industry

- Major finished products and major supporting products of major finished products

1.2.3.5. Operational structure and supporting industry of the Textile - Garment industry

- Industry structure

- Industry supporting the industry

- Major finished products and major supporting products of major finished products

1.2.3.6. Operational structure and supporting industry of Leather - Footwear industry

- Industry structure

- Industry supporting the industry

- Major finished products and major supporting products of major finished products

1.3. Analysis of the current situation of supporting industry development of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries in Ho Chi Minh City

1.3.1. Mechanical supporting industry

1.3.2. Electronic supporting industry - information technology

1.3.3. Pharmaceutical - rubber supporting industry

1.3.4. Supporting industry for food processing

1.3.5. Textile - Garment supporting industry

1.3.6. Leather - Footwear Support Industry

Analysis of the current status of supporting industries in Ho Chi Minh City is approached on 6 sectors (as in the above subsections), each industry is analyzed according to the following process:

- Description of the final product using supporting industry products.

- Identification of supporting industry products for the final product.

- Analyze the city's advantages for supporting industry products in the following aspects: market connection between enterprises providing components and spare parts for end product enterprises; research and technology transfer; geographical location and infrastructure; the role of the city in economic linkage regions/clusters.

- Identify complete manufacturer's requirements to support suppliers in terms of: technical, quality, quantity, delivery time, production cost.

- Analyze the responsiveness of Ho Chi Minh City supporting industry manufacturers through data: consumption market, marketing ability, production type (ODM, OEM, OBM), technology, product management production, human resources, ability to fulfill commitments (quality, delivery time, innovation, production costs...)

- Analysis of the barriers to the development of supporting industry in the city:

+ The group of barriers in terms of mechanisms and policies (planning, land, tax, capital, credit, attracting and encouraging businesses, promoting development, coordinating the supply chain (with mentioning the management organization) state and the role of associations))

+ Group of barriers in terms of quality, technology and price

+ Group of market barriers (domestic market for domestic and FDI enterprises, foreign market, access to supply chain)

+ The group of barriers in terms of human resources (qualifications, skills, skills, labor productivity according to 2 approaches: from the business side and from the training side)

- Analyzing the expectations of supporting industry manufacturers for the policies of the government and city authorities:

+ Analyze the priority order of policies according to the expectations of supporting industry enterprises.

+ Expectations and ability to implement, promulgate and implement policies of the Vietnamese government and the city government.

1.4. General assessment of the supporting industry of the city. Ho Chi Minh

- Final products using CNHT's products

- Products of supporting industry provided for the production of final products.

- Analysis of the City's advantages for supporting industry products

- Complete manufacturer requirements for supporting vendors

- The responsiveness of supporting industry manufacturers in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh

- Barriers to the development of the City's supporting industry

- Enterprises' expectations and the government's ability to respond to macro policies for supporting industry development.

Summary table of assessment of supporting industry of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries of Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh

Evaluation aspect

Mechanical

Electronics - Information Technology

Pharmaceutical chemistry - rubber

Processing food essences

Textile

Leather - Shoes

Final product

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support products

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comparative advantage of the City

 

 

 

 

 

 

Final product manufacturer's requirements

 

 

 

 

 

 

The responsiveness of the City's supporting industry manufacturers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Development barriers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enterprises' expectations and the Government's ability to respond to supporting industry development policies

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Identify strengths (S), weaknesses (W) of key supporting industries:

Industry industry

Strengths (S)

Weakness (W)

Mechanical

 

 

Electronics - Information Technology

 

 

Pharmaceutical chemistry - rubber

 

 

Processing food essences

 

 

Textile

 

 

Leather - Shoes

 

 

1.5. Case study to assess the current status of supporting industry (localization rate, supporting products that can be produced domestically, supporting products for import, supply capacity of domestic enterprises, ...) of three large FDI enterprises that the city prioritizes to develop supporting industries (Intel, Samsung, Nidec).

Chapter 2:

ORIENTATION OF SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN HO CHI MINH CITY UP TO 2025

2.1. Forecasting factors creating opportunities (O) and challenges (T) for supporting industry development in Ho Chi Minh City

- Forecast of external factors:

+ International economic integration, forming AEC community.

+ The trend of dividing the global value chain for supporting industries associated with 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries.

+ The trend of shifting production for supporting industries associated with 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries.

+ Technology trends for supporting industries associated with 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries.

- Forecast of domestic factors:

+ Policies related to supporting industry of Vietnam.

+ Cooperation policies on regional assignment of supporting industry in the southern key economic region.

+ Technical infrastructure for supporting industry.

+ Priority trend of supporting industry development.

- Identify opportunities (O) and challenges (T):

 

Chance (O)

Challenge (T)

External factors

 

 

+ International economic integration, forming AEC community

 

 

+ The trend of dividing the global value chain for supporting industries associated with 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries

 

 

+ The trend of shifting production for supporting industries associated with 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries

 

 

+ Technology trends for supporting industries associated with 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries

 

 

Domestic element

 

 

+ Policies related to supporting industry of Vietnam

 

 

+ Cooperation policies on regional assignment of supporting industries in the southern key economic region

 

 

+ Technical infrastructure for supporting industry

 

 

+ Prioritizing trends in supporting industry development

 

 

2.2. Perspectives on the development of supporting industries in Ho Chi Minh City in the period 2015-2020 and 2021-2025

- To develop supporting industry in accordance with the socio-economic conditions of Ho Chi Minh City, the whole country and the trend of the world; to promote the development of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries of the City and the Southern Key Economic Region.

- Develop supporting industries based on the City's comparative advantages, in the direction of import substitution and participation in the global value chain; supporting industry products must gradually progress to meet the requirements of domestic and foreign finished product manufacturers in a number of specific stages, spare parts, components and semi-finished products.

- In each field of supporting industry development, it is necessary to mobilize resources from appropriate economic sectors, and a combination mechanism between supporting industry enterprises and complete production enterprises (specifying the fields of business attraction). foreign enterprises, fields attracting domestic enterprises).

- Gradually remove barriers in the process of supporting industry development in line with the expectations of enterprises and the city's resources.

2.3. Oriented development

2.3.1. General orientation for the period 2015-2020 and 2021-2025

- Forming a domestic production network to meet the requirements of domestic finished product production and support in the global value chain.

- Attracting FDI enterprises to invest in supporting industries requiring high technology to participate in the global value chain.

- Support small and medium enterprises engaged in production and supply of supporting industry products in the direction of import substitution and enhancement of added value.

2.3.2. Specific orientations for each industry in the period 2015-2020 and 2021-2025

- Mechanical

- Electronics - information technology

- Pharmaceutical chemistry - rubber

- Processing refined foods

- Textile

- Leather - Shoes

Orientation is determined on the basis of SWOT analysis: promote strengths and take advantage of opportunities; limit weaknesses to take advantage of opportunities; promote strengths to limit challenges; Limit weaknesses to avoid challenges. The orientations refer to the target market, priority products, supply network, production network, access to technology, management system, human resource development, capital mobilization, distribution network , marketing, ... suitable for each industry.

2.4. Development Goals

2.4.1. Common goals for the period 2015-2020 and 2021-2025

Define specific goals:

- Rate of meeting domestic production demand

- Export value ratio

- Proportion of supporting industry production value in industrial production value

- Supporting industry clusters/industrial parks, number of enterprises, capital scale, technology, human resources...

- Other...

2.4.2. Specific goals for each industry in the period 2015-2020 and 2021-2025

- Mechanical

- Electronics - information technology

- Pharmaceutical chemistry - rubber

- Processing refined foods

- Textile

- Leather - Shoes

Specific objectives for each industry are determined on the following criteria: types of supporting industry products; Rate of meeting domestic production demand; Export value ratio; Proportion of the value of supporting industry production in the value of industrial production; Supporting industry clusters/industrial parks, number of enterprises, capital scale, technology, human resources...; environmental Protection; other...

Chapter 3:

SOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL IN HO CHI MINH CITY

3.1. The main solutions to ensure the goal

3.1.1. Solutions on planning and distribution of supporting industries.

3.1.2. Land solutions and investment in technical infrastructure to develop supporting industries.

3.1.3. Solutions to attract investment capital and technology for the development of supporting industries.

3.1.4. Market solutions for products of supporting industries.

3.1.5. Human resource development solutions for supporting industries.

3.1.6. Linking solutions between production and consumption of supporting industry products.

3.1.7. Identify supporting mechanisms and policies and propose implementation options.

3.2. Recommendations to the Government and central ministries and branches.

Chapter 4:

ORGANIZATION OF IMPLEMENTATION ORGANIZATION

4.1. Deployment tasks

4.1.1. Approving the list of supporting industry products in 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries that Ho Chi Minh City needs to focus on developing in order of priority until 2025.

4.1.2. Develop a system of mechanisms and policies to support the development of supporting industry products.

4.1.3. Propaganda, advertising and trade promotion of supporting industry products.

4.2. Implementation organization

- Party Committee of Ho Chi Minh City

- Ho Chi Minh City People's Council

- People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City

- State management agencies of Ho Chi Minh City:

+ Department of Industry and Trade

+ Department of Planning and Investment

+ Department of Finance

+ Department of Natural Resources and Environment

+ Department of Science and Technology

+ Management Board of Ho Chi Minh City Industrial and Export Processing Zone

+ City Hi-tech Park Management Board,...

- Non-business units, socio-professional organizations, enterprises

+ City Investment and Trade Promotion Center

+ Industry associations in 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries.

+ Enterprises in 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries.

APPENDIX:

PROPOSED PROGRAMS-PROJECTS SUPPORTING INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED FROM THE PROJECT

The Appendix presents a list of programs and projects to support the development of supporting industries for 4 key industries and 2 traditional ones, including: (i) program name, (ii) objectives, (iii) application form. implementation position, (iv) implementation time, (v) total investment capital.

G. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PROGRESS

The project implementation period is 13 months (from September 2014 to September 2015), specifically:

- Stage 1: Report phase 1 - initial identification of markets and products to develop

+ March 2015: Permanent report to the City People's Committee.

+ April 2015: Report to the Standing Committee of the City Party Committee.

- Phase 2: September 2015, complete report on project - develop action plan for product development, specific solutions suitable for supporting industry development.

H. PRODUCT DELIVERY

Phase 1 report.

- Project summary report.

- Project summary report.

- Data table appendix.

- List of industrial projects-programs supporting 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries, including: (i) program name, (ii) objectives, (iii) implementing units, ( iv) implementation time, (v) total investment capital.

I. ORGANIZATION OF IMPLEMENTATION

- Directing the implementation: People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City.

- Implementation organization: Ho Chi Minh City Supporting Industry Development Steering Committee.

- Lead agency: Ho Chi Minh City Department of Industry and Trade.

- Consulting agencies: University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Research Institute of Development Economics - University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Institute of Development Research Ho Chi Minh City.

- Data investigation agency: Ho Chi Minh City Statistical Office.

- Participating agencies: relevant departments, branches, associations of 4 key industries and 2 traditional industries, Management Board of Export Processing Zones and Industrial Parks of Ho Chi Minh City (HEPZA), Center HCMC Trade and Investment Promotion (ITPC), Hi-Tech Park Management Board, ...