(HBO) - Many households in the remote commune of An Binh in Lac Thuy district have planted lemongrass in the alluvial land, and even exhausted fields, and they have ensured stable supply of materials for businesses.
Lemongrass rattan products are on display at the 25th Party
Congress of Lac Thuy district’s party committee.
According to Quach Thi Luyen in Tien Lu village, she harvests lemongrass every 40-60
days, and earns some 900,000 VND (38.71 USD) per 360 square metres, which means
she pockets tens of millions of VND from lemongrass growing.
Several local residents gain more as they engage in lemongrass essential oil
An Binh is currently the only place that produce lemongrass rattan products in
the nation. Local products have been favoured by customers nationwide.
Director of the An Lac Hoa Eco-tourism joint Stock Company Ta Thi My Phuong
said her firm’s products have been sold like hot cake in Ho Chi Minh City,
Hanoi, and Thai Nguyen, Bac Can and Cao Bang provinces, adding many products
are customised while many others have been sent to the UK and France as gifts.
The lemongrass rattan craft has been developed in the locality since 2018.
Earlier, the communal People’s Committee joined hands with local enterprises to
organise training courses for 100 rural labourers. Currently, nearly 30 workers
are engaging in the rattan craft, with average income of more than 4 million
VND per month per worker. Additionally, over 20 households in Tien Lu and Dong
Van villages get money from their lemongrass cultivation model with an area of
By 2020, the commune’s income per capita topped 53 million VND, while poverty
rate slid to 4.37 percent.
According to the Vice Chairman of the communal People’s Committee, the
lemongrass rattan craft has made significant contributions to promoting local
economy and sustainable poverty alleviation in recent three years.
The commune has built the lemongrass rattan products to make them meet the
standards of the One Commune-One Product programme, he said, adding the move
aims to stimulating the economy and increasing value of the local products./.
(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.