The Hoa Binh provincial People's Committee on January 8 held a conference to deploy the provincial socio-economic development plan, state budget estimates and measures to improve the province’s business and investment environment and enhance competitiveness in 2024.
alternate Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of
the provincial Party Committee Nguyen Phi Long attended and delivered a speech
at the conference. Permanent Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee
and Chairman of the provincial People's Council Bui Duc Hinh attended the
event. Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the
provincial People's Committee Bui Van Khanh chaired the conference.
Delegates attend the conference on January 8.
In 2024, the province strives to gain an economic growth rate of 9%; GRDP per
capita of 77.59 million VND; total social investment of 23.6 trillion VND;
total state budget revenue of 5.76 trillion VND; total export turnover of 2
billion USD; urbanisation rate of 35%; poverty rate reduction of 2.3 - 2.5%.
It also expects to have six more communes meeting new-style rural area
standards and strives to increase its Provincial Competitiveness Index ( PCI ).
To achieve the above goals, the province has proposed 10 groups of key tasks
and solutions with a focus on grasping development perspectives, key tasks, and
development breakthroughs set out in the Hoa Binh provincial plan for the
2021-2030 period, with a vision to 2050 that was approved by the Prime Minister
in December 2023.
The province will drastically and synchronously implement its four strategic
breakthroughs, focusing on improving its PCI, removing difficulties and
obstacles for people and businesses, reducing input costs, and unofficial
costs, and supporting business.
It will also continue to restructure the economy, innovate growth models,
improve productivity, quality and efficiency, and create motivation to promote
rapid and sustainable economic growth.
Speaking at the event, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Long
highlighted the province's notable bright spots, such as the completion of 16
out of 19 socio-economic development targets, the Prime Minister’s approval of
the provincial planning until 2030 with a vision to 2050, the drastic direction
of the Standing Board of the provincial Party Committee to the province's key
investment projects; stable growth in agriculture, as well as improvements in
social welfere, tourism, and social order and safety.
He asked for improvements in personnel work, accelerated progress of state
management decentralisation, administrative reform, improved competitiveness,
and business support.
For each industry and field, he required expanding cultivation areas, selecting
key agricultural products for export, supporting businesses in building
agricultural processing facilities, completing the infrastructure of industrial
zones and clusters, attracting large investment projects, and strictly managing
mineral resources and land use plans.
He also asked
agencies to mobilise resources to ensure that people of ethnic groups in the
province have a happy Lunar New Year festival.
In recent years, Hoa Binh Power Company (PC Hoa Binh) has made efforts to mobilize the resources to invest in building, renovating and upgrading the power grid infrastructure. Thereby, they have been improving the quality of electricity, meeting the needs of socio-economic development in the province.
Implementing documents on the Party building work, promoting the role of cadres and party members, improving the quality of Party cells' activities have helped to the Party Organisation of Hoa Son commune in Luong Son district to fulfil its political tasks, especially those relating to Party membership development, land management, site clearance, and socio-economic development, according to Dinh Thi Thuy Hoa, Secretary of the Hoa Son Commune Party Committee.
Hoa Binh city has directed the synchronous implementation of administrative reform, focusing on accelerating administrative reform serving people and organisations, building e-administration and digital administration towards developing Hoa Binh into a smart and modern city.
Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Bui Van Khanh and a delegation of the province on January 23 visited and extended Lunar New Year (Tet) greetings to a pre-revolution cadre and a hero of the People’s Armed Forces in districts of Tan Lac and Lac Son
Hoa Binh province held a conference on January 22 to announce the provincial Master Plan for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050. Tran Luu Quang, member of the Party Central Committee and Deputy Prime Minister, attended the event and handed over the PM’s decision on the Master Plan. The conference also saw the presence of Hau A Lenh, member of the Party Central Committee and Minister, Chairman of the Government’s Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang on January 22 presented Lunar New Year (Tet) gifts to policy beneficiaries, poor households, people from ethnic minority groups, reputable people, and workers in Hoa Binh province.