(HBO) - During its development process and the 2015-2020 tenure, Hoa Binh city has affirmed its role and position as a political, administrative, socio-economic and cultural centre and a driver for economic growth of the province. With a high political determination, the city’s Party organisation has focused on directing the successful implementation of targets and missions set by its previous congress.
Hoa Binh city speeds up administrative
The merger of Ky Son district with Hoa Binh
city is a strategic mission helping the city to develop further. After the
merger, the city has 10 urban wards and nine rural communes. Its apparatus and
personnel contingent have been consolidated, and urban areas have recorded
important changes. The economic structure has shifted along the set direction,
with the services, industry and construction sectors accounting for 92.7
percent, and the agro-fishery-forestry sectors only 7.3 percent. State budget
collection in 2020 is estimated at 580 billion VND, per capita income at 70
million VND, and the poverty rate reduces to 1.47 percent. At present, seven
out of nine rural communes have been recognized as new-style rural areas. The
city is striving to have Hop Thanh commune earn the title of advanced new-style
rural area and Yen Mong commune a model new-style rural area within this year.
In the first nine months of this year, the
city focused on mobilising resources to work on the dual targets of COVID-19
prevention and control and socio-economic development. Many targets have been
fulfilled or surpassed, including total retail sales and services revenue
exceeding 12.5 trillion VND, up 16 percent year on year and fishery output
reaching nearly 1,000 tonnes, up 11 percent. The yearly targets on State budget
collection, job creation and afforestation have already been completed.
The achievements have created a foundation
and momentum for the city’s development in the next period towards the goal of becoming
a tier-II urban area before 2025. The city is taking measures to carry out the
resolution of its Party organisation congress./.
(HBO) – The Cooperative Alliance of Hoa Binh province on November 13 organised a conference on "One Commune, One Product” (OCOP), aiming to promote the consumption of local products.
(HBO) - Programme 135 has helped improve livelihoods for residents in Quyet Chien mountainous commune in Tan Lac district, contributing to further promoting the locality’s socio-economic development.
(HBO) – The national target programme on building new-style rural areas has received wide support from people in Hoa Binh province. A wide range of campaigns have been carried out to cast a new look to the locality while improving local livelihoods, including "Hoa Binh people join hands to build new-style rural areas”, "The whole people unite to build new-style rural areas and civilised urban areas”, and "Clean house-beautiful garden-pleasant environment-civilised alley”.
(HBO) – Do Van Chien, member of the Party Central Committee and Minister-Chairman of the Government Committee for Ethnic Affairs, had a working session in Hoa Binh on November 7 on the implementation of ethnic policies and preparations for the realisation of Resolution 120/2020/QH12 issued by the National Assembly in June 19, 2020 approving the policy of investing in a National Target Programme on socio-economic development in areas having ethnic minorities and mountainous regions in the 2021-2030 period (Resolution 120).
(HBO) – Secretaries of the Party Committees, Chairpersons of the People’s Committees and other officials of Hoa Binh and Son La provinces on October 27 had a working session to discuss the Hoa Binh-Moc Chau (Son La) expressway project.