(HBO) – Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan recently had a working session with the Management Board of Industrial Parks (IPs) of Hoa Binh province to look into local industrial development.
The working session between Secretary of the provincial Party
Committee Ngo Van Tuan and officials of the Hoa Binh Management Board of
Hoa Binh province houses eight IPs that are
included in Vietnam’s IP development plan until 2020. They cover more than
1,507ha of land, equivalent to 0.33 percent of the province’s area. So far,
three of these IPs, namely Luong Son, Yen Quang, and Bo trai Song Da (Left Bank
of the Da River), have had infrastructure investors while four have welcomed
secondary investors with 60 of the 98 registered projects already operational,
greatly helping with economic restructuring, job creation, and increase of
Despite this, the number of investment projects
in these IPs remains modest and their registered capital is still small. There
are certain obstacles to site clearance for projects while industrial
infrastructure has yet to be developed synchronously, making IPs unattractive
to secondary investors.
Facing those problems, representatives of provincial
departments and sectors proposed several solutions to reach the targeted 1
percent of the province’s area for industry. In particular, they suggested more
attention be paid to planning, coordination be boosted to handle administrative
procedures, poor-performing investors be strictly dealt with, and capable ones
be selected to step up industrial development.
Addressing the session, Secretary of the
provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan cited the Resolution of the 17th provincial
Party Congress as stating that industrial development is the momentum for the
local economy, and that priority must be given to industrial infrastructure
development, the occupancy rate at IPs be raised to 80 percent, and 1 percent
of the province area be zoned off for industry by 2025.
To realise the above-mentioned targets, high
resolve and effective methods are needed to tackle bottlenecks in industrial
development, he said, asking the management board and the provincial Department
of Industry and Trade to work together to draft orientations for industrial
development which must ensure environmental protection, prioritise industries
with high added value, and be associated with urban area and service
Relevant agencies need to complete the
industrial development plan; align their sectors’ development plans with the
provincial one; increase the management of planning, especially land planning;
and deal with projects lagging behind schedule.
The Civil Party Affairs Board of the provincial
People’s Committee has to direct relevant agencies to build regulations on
coordination in dealing with administrative procedures for businesses and set
up criteria for selecting capable infrastructure investors so as to attract
investment to industrial development./.
(HBO) – Over the past days, communities across Hoa Binh province, from rural to urban areas, have been in the celebratory atmosphere of the 90th anniversary of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF). Via these celebrations, people of different ethnic groups such as Muong, Thai, Kinh, Tay, Dao, and Mong together strengthened the neighbourliness and promoted self-reliance to contribute to local development. Provincial leaders have also joined local residents in these events.
(HBO) – The People’s Committee of Hoa Binh on November 13 held a conference to review the implementation of the Vietnam youth development strategy and the provincial programme for youth development in the 2011-2020 period. The conference also looked back at 10 years conducting Resolution 45/NQ-CP which was issued on September 11, 2009 by the Government.
(HBO) – The 16th People’s Council of Hoa Binh in the 2016-2021 tenure held its 17th meeting on November 11. The event drew Ngo Van Tuan, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, and representatives from the central Party agencies.