(HBO) - The provincial People’s Committee of Hoa Binh province has recently approved a project to develop local key farm produce during 2020-2025 with a vision until 2030, with a view to boosting local trade and enhancing exports.
Banana of Viba banana cooperative in Luong Son district’s Lien Son commune is recognised as a three-star OCOP product at the provincial level. The cooperative’s banana is cultivated under VietGAP standards, and it is striving to bring its banana to the world.
Accordingly, the province will develop its staples on the back of the fourth Industrial Revolution’s achievements, with focus placed on processing to improve their quality, added values, and competitive capacity. Besides, it will develop brands in tandem with environmental protection and sustainable development, and capitalise on free trade agreements, such as CPTPP and EVFTA, to expand markets.
The move aims to achieve an average export growth of key products by 18 percent during the 2021-2025 period, and 20 percent during 2026-2030.
Hoa Binh province targets 55 million USD from shipments of the products in 2025, and 137 million USD by 2030. The key agricultural products are envisaged to contribute 3.17 percent to the province’s total export revenue by 2025, and the figure will increase to 3.92 percent by 2030.
The products are expected to be shipped to traditional markets of Vietnam such as the US (accounting for 20 percent of total exports), the EU (25 percent), China (15 percent), Japan (10 percent) and the Republic of Korea (10 percent), and other markets (15 percent).
A wide range of measures have been outlined to achieve the set targets, with focus on trade promotion activities; policies to attract foreign investment to access state-of-the-art technologies and advanced management skills, and join the global value chains; application of cutting-edge cultivation methods; and development of efficient production models.
The provincial People’s Committee asked the Department of Industry and Trade to join hands with competent departments, sectors, and People’s Committees of districts and Hoa Binh city to work out mechanisms and policies to develop markets for agricultural products.
They are ordered to build brands and intellectual property as well as work to improve added-value chains for several agricultural products. Furthermore, they must carry out programmes to develop high-quality agriculture in line with planning to create abundant supply of raw materials, and products having competitive advantage for export./.
(HBO) - In 2020, industrial extension activities have helped Hoa Binh province’s rural industrial production facilities stabilise, expand and bolster operations, foster the industrial sector, economic restructuring and job creation, thereby raising income for local workhands.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh province has planned eight industrial parks (IPs) with a total area of about 1,510ha and 21 industrial clusters (ICs) covering 820.7ha. The local IPs are housing 98 projects, including 26 foreign-invested projects with registered capital of 518.05 million USD and 72 domestic ones worth almost 7.4 trillion VND (320.39 million USD). Businesses there generate nearly 14.12 trillion VND in industrial production value and contribute 181.1 billion VND to the State budget annually.
(HBO) – The provincial Department of Industry and Trade on January 12 organised a conference to review performance in 2020, and carry out tasks and plans in 2021. Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Van Chuong attended and gave direction at the event.
(HBO) - The provincial management board of industrial parks (IPs) reviewed activities in 2020 and launch this year’s tasks during a conference held on January 12, which was attended by Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Dinh Cong Su.
(HBO) - Hoa Binh province’s Luong Son district has set a target of meeting criteria for a township by 2025, according the resolution at the congress of the district’s Party organisation. The realisation of the target requires the determination and efforts by local authorities and people, said Hoang Viet Hai, Secretary of the Luong Son township’s Party Committee.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial Statistics Office on December 31 announced local socio-economic data in 2020.