(HBO) – A fair introducing safe and high-quality citrus fruits and agro-aquatic products of Hoa Binh province was opened at Big C Thang Long supermarket in Hanoi on November 14.
Deputy Prime Minister Vuong
Dinh Hue and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh visit the
booth introducing solanum trilobatum products.
The opening ceremony was
attended by Politburo member and Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue, Deputy
Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and
Rural Development Tran Thanh Nam, and Vice President of the Vietnam Cooperative
Alliance Nguyen Manh Cuong.
Hoa Binh officials at the event included Bui Van
Tinh, member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial
Party Committee; Tran Dang Ninh, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party
Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council; and Bui Van Khanh,
Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial
The opening ceremony was also attended by
officials of Hanoi and the provinces of Vinh Phuc, Bac Ninh, Hung Yen and Ha
Nam, along with representatives of the Central Retail Vietnam group, Big C
Thang Long supermarket, along with outstanding businesses, cooperatives and
farming households of Hoa Binh.
The fair features 22 booths of 18 businesses and
cooperatives from the province, showcasing a wide range of high-quality
products like Cao Phong oranges, Tan Lac red-flesh and green-skin pomelos,
Luong Son and Yen Thuy vegetables and fruits, shrimp and fish farmed on the Da
River, Lac Son chickens, and tea products.
In his opening speech, Chairman of the
provincial People’s Committee Bui Van Khanh said Hoa Binh pledges to create the
best possible conditions for businesses and investors to explore cooperation
opportunities and make long-term investment, especially in the production,
harvesting, processing, preservation, sale and export of agricultural products.
The province hopes that in the coming time, it
will receive more coordination from ministries, central agencies, the Hanoi
People’s Committee and Central Retail Vietnam to organise supply – demand
connecting activities to boost the sale of those products in the domestic
market and seek ways to export them, thereby helping to raise local farmers’
income and develop production.
Addressing the event, Deputy Minister of
Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai said the fair is part of a series of activities
helping to boost the sale of localities’ specialities launched by the Ministry
of Industry and Trade in 2018. It creates a chance for Hoa Binh to continue
introducing its unique and high-quality specialties to Hanoi’s consumers via
Big C Thang Long. It is also hoped to help the province distribute local
products via the network of Central Retail Vietnam, which currently owns 37
supermarkets nationwide, and the group’s retail system in other countries.
At the opening ceremony, Big C and Hoa Binh
signed memoranda of understanding on the sale of safe and high-quality citrus
fruits and agro-aquatic products. The Hoa Binh parties were the Lac Thuy
chicken farming cooperative (with Lac Thuy chickens that obtained the One
Commune, One Product recognition), the Hoa Binh agricultural cooperative (with
Luong Son goat products), the Dong Lai cooperative for clean agricultural
product production and business (with Tan Lac red-flesh pomelos and Hoa Binh
tangerines), the Ha Phong cooperative (with Cao Phong oranges), and the Cuong Thinh
Construction Co. Ltd (with fish farmed on the Da River).
The fair is scheduled to last through November
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(HBO) - Over the years, the Hoa Binh branch of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has beendirecting its agencies to and fully implemented the SBV and the provincial People’s Committee documents guiding measures in a timely manner to prevent and fight COVID-19 as well as remove difficulties facing customers affected by the pandemic.
(HBO) - As all the socio-economic fields are severely hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have halted operations or narrowed down production. FDI firms in Hoa Binh province have been striving to overcome the challenges by prioritising disease prevention while applying measures to mitigate the impact of the pandemic.
(HBO) – According to the Hoa Binh People’s Committee, the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting trade exchanges between Vietnam and China in the first six months of 2020 as well as the supply of materials for production.
(HBO) - Right from the first months of this year with the complicated situation of Covid-19 epidemic, the Party Committee and the authority of Hop Tien commune (Kim Boi) have had a lot of guidelines and policies to support Thuong Tien Cooperative of Agriculture and Service, improving the quality of the product of honey to participate in the OCOP Program in 2020. Thuong Tien Cooperative of Agriculture and Service has mobilized every resource to invest in machines, to advertise and to consume products.
(HBO) - The agricultural sector of Hoa Binh province has made great efforts during 2015-2020 to overcome challenges and basically complete tasks set in the Resolution of the 6th congress of the Party organisation at the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.