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Tân An is the capital city of Long An Province in Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. It was upgraded from town level to city on 26 August 2009. The population of Tân An 165,214 (2009), with an area of 81.79 km². It comprises nine wards (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Khánh Hậu, and Tân Khánh), and five communes (An Vĩnh Ngãi, Bình Tâm, Hướng Thọ Phú, Lợi Bình Nhơn, Nhơn Thạnh Trung.)
Tân An is in the southwest of Ho Chi Minh City, 47 km away from the city centre and bordered by the administrative units such as: on the North by Thu Thua district; On the East by Tan Tru district and Chau Thanh district; On the west and southwest by Tiền Giang Province. The City has 6 wards and 6 communes, in which ward I is economic, political and cultural center of the city.
Tân An is political, cultural, economic, scientific and technological center of Long An province. The township is in the development of the Southern key economic region, and economic gateway to provinces of Mekong River Delta, with main river and road traffic flowing through the centre, National highway I A, National highway 62 and Vam Co Tay river.
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