(HBO) – Hoa Binh, one of the localities with an average level in the disbursement of public investment capital, is striving to speed up the work towards a target of completing the disbursement of all the allocated capital by January 1, 2023.
Tan Lac district increases collection of land use levy to
provide more capital for public investment projects. (Photo taken at the new
residential area of Man Duc township).
This year, the province is allocated over 3.39 trillion VND (136.28 million
USD) of public investment capital from the State budget, while the capital
approved by the provincial People’s Council for the year is 4.19 trillion VND.
As of March 18, the province had allocated 4.19 trillion VND to particular
projects, equivalent to 124% of the plan assigned by the PM and 100% of the
plan passed by the provincial People’s Council.
As of October 20, 2.21 trillion VND, or 53% of the total capital, had been
Since the beginning of this year, the provincial People’s Committee has rolled
out numerous measures to speed up the disbursement of public investment
capital, including reviewing the progress of solutions to remove difficulties
in the work.
The province has moved 338.9 billion VND from 44 stagnant projects to 21 more
According to Nguyen Van Thang, Director of the provincial Department of
Planning and Investment, the major reason behind the snail's pace in
disbursement of the capital is the slow processing of investment procedures by
a number of investors, the modest feasibility of some projects, and limited
revenue from land use levy.
He said that in the rest of this year, the province will strengthen the role of
the working group in charge of supervising the progress of particular projects,
thus removing obstacles facing them in a timely manner.
At the same time, discipline will be tightened during the implementation of the
projects, along with efforts to improve the effectiveness of preparations for
the implementation of projects and selection of contractors and consultation
The province will also focus on speeding up ground clearance, compensation and
resettlement support, increasing State budget collection, enhancing the quality
of land management, and strengthening inspection to detect and handle
wrongdoings in the implementation of public capital disbursement plan.
Thang added that the provincial People’s Committee has proposed the Government
to make detailed allocation plan of the State budget capital for the
social-economic recovery and development programme, while considering the
application of special policies for the province to suit the local situation
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(HBO) – Over the recent years, Hoa Binh authorities have considered the implementation of patriotic emulation movements in ethnic minority areas as one of the important measures to create motivation for socio-economic development. The work not only contributes to hunger eradication and sustainable poverty reduction, but also multiplies good models, new ways of doing things, and exemplary examples of overcoming difficulties.
(HBO) – The Business Association of Hoa Binh province has well performed its role as a representative of the business community to gather, promote unity, and support local businesses.
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