Vietnamese regional planning: problems in implementation and international experiences

  •  Nguyen Nguyen    


The author presents Vietnamese regional planning and the difficulties it faces when implemented. The problem with the organization of territorial management is also explored. This paper argues that this is due to the lack of regional leadership, which could implement the application of planning effectively. The paper also presents other mistakes formed through planned urbanization, infrastructure, and regional economy. In addition, the author highlights the responsibilities that divisions of Vietnamese regional governments have in planning. In order to overcome complications in regional planning, the author proposes that the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, and other developing countries, learn from international experiences and resolutions.

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