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Ministry of Construction (Vietnam)

 

Ministry of Construction (Vietnam)

Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Ministry of Construction
Bộ Xây dựng
Ministry overview
Formed 29 April 1958 (1958-04-29)
Jurisdiction Government of Vietnam
Headquarters Ha Noi
Minister responsible
Website .vn.govmoc

The Ministry of Construction (MOC, Vietnamese: Bộ Xây dựng) is a government ministry in Vietnam responsible for state administration on construction, building materials, housing and office buildings, architecture, urban and rural construction planning, urban infrastructure, public services; and representing the owner of state capital in state-owned enterprises.

Ministerial units

  • State Agency for Construction Quality Inspection
  • Agency for Management of Housing and Real Estate Market
  • Agency for Urban Development
  • Agency for Infrastructure
  • Department of Building Materials
  • Department of Construction Management
  • Department of Science, Technology and Environment
  • Department of Construction Economics
  • Department of Architecture and Construction Planning
  • Department of Legislation
  • Department of Planning and Finance
  • Department of International Cooperation
  • Department of Organization and Personnel
  • Ministry's Inspectorate
  • Ministry's Office

Administrative units

  • Construction Newspaper
  • Construction Magazine
  • Institute for Building Materials
  • Institute for Construction Economics
  • Institute for Architecture, Urban and Rural Planning
  • Institute for Construction Science and Technology
  • Construction Hospital

External links

  • (VN) and (EN) Official site
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