In recent years, thanks to the attention of the Government, especially increased investment in many key projects in the Mekong Delta region such as: the system of airports, seaports and the system of bridges and roads The ministry has facilitated the trade between Ca Mau and localities more and more convenient. Currently, from Ca Mau to Can Tho, in addition to National Highway 1, there is also more Ca Mau – Phung Hiep – Can Tho route Phung Hiep National Highway shortens the distance of over 40 km and reduces the transport time by one hour compared to Highway 1 route.
In the province, the National Highway 1 from Ca Mau – Nam Can has been completed and put into use, the Nam Can – Dat Mui section of the Ho Chi Minh Road project is longer than 51 km (the end point is Dat Mui Tourist Area. , Dat Mui commune), has 22 bridges, a total investment of 3,540 billion, contributing to eliminating the “oasis” for Ngoc Hien district (Ca Mau), creating a socio-economic development, culture-tourism Cape Ca Mau. The system of road bridges from Ca Mau city to the centers of districts and economic zones and industrial parks has been constantly improved, meeting better and better the demand for traveling and transporting goods and passengers. guests within the province and promote local economic development.
In order to promote economic transformation, Ca Mau province has been actively implementing the planning and investment in synchronous construction of infrastructure of Industrial Parks and Industrial Complex such as: Khanh An Industrial Park, Hoa Trung industrial park, Song Doc industrial cluster and some industrial clusters in the districts.
In particular, Nam Can Economic Zone of Ca Mau province has been approved by the Government for construction planning till 2030, with an area of 11,000 ha, this is a multi-sector economic zone.
This is a multi-sector and multi-field economic zone, a focal point of international trade of Ca Mau province and Mekong Delta, Nam Can economic zone along with Gas – Electricity – Fertilizer Complex, with two factories. electricity, with a capacity of 1,500 MW and a fertilizer plant of 800,000 tons/year, has been put into operation, not only playing a particularly important role in promoting socio-economic development of Ca Mau province but also creating making great efforts to spread and be a common socio-economic development force for the whole region.
Other utility infrastructures such as electricity and water systems are invested in synchronous development. The national power grid has reached 100% of communes in the province, the percentage of households using electricity is 97.5% of the total number of households in the province.
The network of post, telecommunications, financial systems, banks has all modern utilities for domestic and international transactions … Administrative procedures for granting business registration licenses and investment licenses on More convenient and quick.