Construction of Muong Lo market’s Area C starts

  •  Friday, April 23, 2021

YBO - A project to build Area C of the Muong Lo market was launched on April 22 at a cost of over 275 billion VND (11.89 million USD).

Vice Chairwoman of the Yen Bai provincial People’s Committee Vu Thi Hien Hanh and delegates at the ground-breaking ceremony for Area C of the Muong Lo market.
Vice Chairwoman of the Yen Bai provincial People’s Committee Vu Thi Hien Hanh and delegates at the ground-breaking ceremony for Area C of the Muong Lo market.

Invested by the Muong Lo trade and service investment cooperative, it is one of the major projects to realise a plan on building the culture-tourism town of Nghia Lo, which was set in the resolution of the town Party Congress for the 2020-2025 tenure.

The 28,000sq.m area will feature goods and service trading kiosks, a traditional market, an area for night market, and another for non-regular business, along with other auxiliary items. Its design is a combination of traditional and modern architect.

The market will be built and managed by the Muong Lo trade and service investment cooperative within 50 years.

Once operational, Area C of the Muong Lo market will give a favourable business environment for traders and be a safe, convenient and civilised service-trade complex, improving the face of Nghia Lo township and meeting the demand for trade exchanges and goods promotion of traders in and outside the locality.

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