(HBO) – Hoa Binh made remarkable achievements in implementing the dual goal of preventing the COVID-19 pandemic and promoting socio-economic development in the first six months of 2021.
Officials and technicians of
the provincial Department of Transport direct contractors to accelerate the construction
of Hoa Binh 2 bridge project, aiming to put the project into operation in
The province witnessed a stable economic growth in the
first half of the year, with its gross
regional domestic product (GRDP) growth expanding 16.1 percent.
The processing and manufacturing industries recorded high growth.
Its industrial production index posted a year-on-year surge of 25.9 percent, while
the industrial production value climbed by 24.3 percent to 22.34 trillion VND
over the same period last year.
According to Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan, 2021 is
the first year of implementing the Resolution of the 17th Party Congress of the
province, which has been identified as the year for promoting administrative
reform, improving business environment, removing "bottlenecks" in investment
attraction, especially in land clearance, attracting potential projects, and
implementing green and sustainable development goal.
The local authorized agencies have focused on reviewing and evaluating the
performance of assigned tasks and responsibilities by agencies, units,
localities, cadres and civil servants, along with strict handling those who obstruct
and cause bottlenecks in administrative reform, land clearance and investment
Attention has also paid to effectively implementing
the management in accordance with the master and sectorial plan.
Local departments and sectors have also enhanced coordination in accelerating administrative
reform, with the aim of cutting by 30 percent of administrative procedures.
The locality has also concentrated on removing difficulties, improving business
environment, quickening the implementation of projects, especially public
investment projects, promoting the collection of tax debt and land use levy, strictly
managing non- budgeted revenue, land, natural resources and minerals, and strengthening decentralization to organizations,
individuals, especially the leaders, in performing political tasks and speeding
up disbursement and land clearance, thus creating motivation for realizing growth
(HBO) - The authority of Dong Tam commune (Lac Thuy district) and local custard apple growers are making every effort to maintain and further expand the cultivation of Dong Bong custard apple, which was recognised as a three-star OCOP product at the provincial-level last year.
(HBO) – Ensuring good planning and management, investing resources in completing and modernising infrastructure, and improving the effectiveness of site clearance for projects are the three strategic breakthroughs that the Party Committee of Cao Phong district out in Resolution No. 02-NQ/HU on improving the local business climate and competitiveness during 2021 - 2025.
(HBO) – In recent years, localities in Hoa Binh province have seen a rise of agricultural models applying new production and business methods which have generated high economic benefits. Catching up with scientific and technological progress, farmers of the new era are making changes to their mindset and working methods to move close to smart agriculture, thereby raising the quality and value of farm produce, improving living standards, and contributing to local development.
(HBO) - The Party Committee of Nanh Nghe commune in Da Bac district has issued a resolution focusing on goals and tasks for promoting economic development and sustainable poverty reduction, and improving incomes for local people in 2021.
(HBO) - Bui Van Chung took a bold step in introducing the Thai custard apple to his poor farming commune in Yen Thuy district, and his effort has paid off.
(HBO) – Over the past years, authorities at all levels, agencies and people in Luong Son district have always paid attention to urban development and planning, especially after Luong Son town and the expanded area recognised as satisfying the fourth grade urban area’s criteria in 2019.