(HBO) - Hoa Binh province is making efforts to realise its State budget collection target for 2020, 5 trillion VND (216 million USD), which is one of the important objectives set in the resolution of the 16th provincial Party Congress.
The single-window section of the provincial Department of
Taxation has created favourable conditions for payers to handle procedures.
According to the provincial People’s Committee,
Hoa Binh has recorded positive results in the collection of the State budget
despite inflation and economic recession’s impact, production and business
difficulties, limited investment resources, and the flat property market.
In the first nine months of 2019, the State
budget revenue approximated 2.48 trillion VND, equivalent to 80 percent of the
target set for Hoa Binh by the Prime Minister and 65 percent of the target set
by the provincial People’s Council. The figure grew 10 percent from a year
earlier. It consists of nearly 2.29 trillion VND collected from domestic
sources, up 3 percent, and 190.48 billion VND from export-import activities,
equivalent to 344 percent of that in the same period last year.
Thanks to many concerted solutions, the revenue
this year is predicted to hit 4 trillion VND, including 3.81 trillion VND from
domestic sources, which will create a driving force for the achievement of the
5-trillion-VND target for 2020.
Over the past years, although budget collection
has increased, the annual growth rate is still lower than the target of 17
percent set in the resolution of the 16th provincial Party Congress. The
Standing Board of the provincial Party Committee said the revenue target for
2020 is currently one of the five difficult to be achieved.
Recently, the provincial Party Committee issued
a plan for realising these five objectives. In terms of the budget revenue
target, it assigned the Party unit of the Hoa Binh People’s Committee with
instructing the provincial People’s Committee to direct relevant departments
and agencies to better carry out Action Programme No. 13, issued on July 19,
2017, by the provincial Party Committee on the implementation of the
Politburo’s resolution on policies and solutions to restructure the State
budget and public debt management to ensure the safety and sustainability of
the national finance.
Relevant agencies were requested to better carry
out the plan on creating revenue sources and enhancing the management of the
State budget collection in Hoa Binh through 2020, promote the collection from
taxes and fees, and pay attention to revenue sources from land and natural
They were also told to create favourable
conditions for tax payers; strictly deal with violations of budget collection
regulations; step up the attraction of investment, especially projects that can
generate big revenue for the State budget; and accelerate administrative
procedures for property projects to create more revenue sources from land.
Additionally, it is necessary to zone suitable areas for service, trading and
housing purposes while resolutely revoking land from sluggish projects to hand
over to capable investors./.
(HBO) - The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all social aspects. In the first half of 2020, some key industrial products declined compared to the same period last year. In the first quarter, export activities were affected by material supplies, while facing with difficulties in the second quarter due to strict travel restrictions imposed by European countries, the US, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
(HBO) - After ten years (2010-2020) of implementing the new-style rural building programme, Hoa Binh’s rural areas have been given a facelift. By the end of 2019, 88 out of 191 communes, or 46 percent, were recognized as new-style rural areas. On average, each commune fulfills 15.1 criteria of the programme.
(HBO) - The urbanisation rate in Hoa Binh province reached 28.69 percent as of June 2020, up 14.16 percent from the start of the current tenure (2015-20) of the provincial Party organisation.
(HBO) - Taros made by Yen Tri agricultural cooperative in Yen Tri commune have been selected by Yen Thuy district to join the provincial-level One Commune, One Product (OCOP) programme in 2020.
(HBO) – In recent years, the Hoa Binh provincial Farmers' Association has hosted many activities to raise awareness among its members of the importance of environmental protection and encourage them to take part in these activities, contributing to improving local living standards and building new-style rural areas.
(HBO) – In 2020, the northern province of Hoa Bih aims to plant 5,650 hectares of forest. To fulfil this target, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development had consulted the provincial People’s Committee to issue documents launching the campaign of growing trees in commemoration of late President Ho Chi Minh.