(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.
Leader of the Department of Industry and Trade presents certificates of merit to organisations that have excellent achievements in 2020.
Last year, the sector implemented various measures to promote production and business, helping ensure sufficient essential supplies for local people amidst complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Value of local industrial production was estimated at over 43 trillion VND (1.87 billion USD), a year-on-year surge of 15 percent, while revenue from retail sales was 37.68 trillion VND, up 18.88 percent from the previous year. The province gained more than 1 billion USD in export revenue, rising 31.72 percent year-on-year. Meanwhile, spending on imports increased 37.8 percent to 875 million USD.
Local consumer price index went up 2.28 percent.
This year, the sector targets to achieve 8 percent growth in industrial production, as well as gain over 44.46 trillion VND in revenue from retail sales and services and 980 million USD from exports. The consumer price index will be kept under five percent.
Additionally, it will work to help 99.82 percent of the local households access the national power grid.
At the conference, Chuong spoke highly of the sector’s achievements in the year, asking it to sharpen focus on supporting investors to complete infrastructure at industrial parks, and removing bottlenecks to develop import and export markets.
Due attention should be paid to carrying out the project "developing markets for Hoa Binh province’s key agricultural products during the 2020-2025 period with vision to 2030” in an effective fashion, he said, adding more efforts are needed to promote administrative reform and prevention of corruption and waste./.
(HBO) – The Cao Phong orange, renowned for its tastefulness, is facing the pressure of competition, price nosedive, and poor sales. However, farmers and managerial agencies believe that if relevant parties comply with cultivation planning and safe production processes and maintain the fruit brand, the local specialty can still develop strongly and generate economic benefits for farmers.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province has carried out an array of policies to support agricultural cultivation, focusing on investment, processing and market development for local farm produce.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh defined the target in urbanisation as one of the toughest goals to complete in the resolution of the 16th provincial Party Congress for the 2015-2020 tenure. However, thanks to the engagement of the whole political system, at the end of the tenure, the ratio of urbanisation in the province not only met but exceeded the set target.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh city, a third-tier city subordinate to Hoa Binh province, was set up under the Government’s Decree 126/2006/ND-CP, issued on October 27, 2006. 2020 was a special milestone when the whole Ky Son district was merged into Hoa Binh city, giving it more growth momentum. Not only that the city now has a new look with its area reaching 348.65 sq.km., a population of over 135,000, and a Party organisation with more than 11,000 Party members, but its residents are also confident that the city deserves its status as the centre of Hoa Binh province.
(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.