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HANOI, April 22 (Xinhua) -- Construction of a seaport for the Duyen Hai Electricity Center kicked off last Saturday in Vietnam' s southern Tra Vinh province with the EPC package by a Chinese contractor, local press reported Monday.

Being built by China Communications Construction Company, the port is invested with over 5.8 trillion Vietnamese dong (nearly 280 million U.S. dollars) and is scheduled to be completed in 32 months, reported Communist Party of Vietnam online newspaper.

The port is part of the planned power complex in Dan Thanh commune, Duyen Hai district. It aims to load 12 million tons of coal and 100,000 tons of oil per year to the center's three thermal power plants.

It will cover more than 427 hectares of water and include two coal terminals for 30,000-ton ships, one oil terminal for 1,000- ton ships, a 3.9 km bulkhead and a loading/unloading coal system together with electricity, water and communication facilities.

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