Decision No. 129/2009/QD-TTg approving the Scheme on investment promotion mechanisms and policies for natural resource and environmental protection. | Land Portal

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This Decision approves the Scheme on investment promotion mechanisms and policies for natural resource and environmental protection.The Decision aims at building a system of comprehensive, specific and uniform mechanisms and policies on land finance, investment capital, human resources and science and technology to promote investment in natural resource and environmental protection and sustainable development. In particular the Scheme shall: specify in the land use planning the area and use purposes of land for the construction of natural resource and environmental protection works; protect and improve natural reserves, national parks and mangrove forests; consolidate watershed and coastal protection forests; organize land recovery, compensation, support, resettlement and ground clearance for investment projects; provide state budget supports and interest-free or low-credit loans, and increase state budget investment capital for natural resource and environmental protection projects; etc.Institutions and state agencies responsible for the implementation of the organization of the Scheme are specified in detail in the text.

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