HBO - A delegation of Hoa Binh province, headed by Bui Van Tinh, member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, has recently visited Ha Giang province and worked with the local authorities.

Bui Van Tinh, member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Party Committee of Hoa Binh province, shared socio-economic development experiences with Ha Giang’s leaders.

At the working session, the leaders of the two provinces outlined the basic results in local socio-economic development and exchanged their experiences in Party building, renovating the Party’s leadership and orienting socio-economic growth in the new context.

Bùi Van Tinh lauded Ha Giang’s achievement in socio-economic progress, which he said has been made thanks to creative, flexible and drastic methods in economic development, agricultural restructuring, and merging agencies with similar functions.

Trieu Tai Vinh, Secretary of the Party Committee of Ha Giang province, said he is impressed by Hoa Binh’s 8.69-percent growth in 2018. During the period, Hoa Binh saw a positive shift in its economic structure and budget collection value exceeding the target assigned by the Government. Meanwhile, 63 local communes were recognised as new-style rural areas. These outcomes offer valuable experiences for Ha Giang to study and apply locally, Vinh said.

Leaders of the two provinces hoped that in the coming time, their provinces will continue to enhance cooperation and information exchange for mutual prosperity.

 

 


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