(HBO) – During the 15 years of its development, the Hoa Binh Management Board of Industrial Parks (IPs) has boosted the state management of IPs, stepped up investment attraction, and developed industrial zones and sectors.
Head of the IP Management Board Chu Van Thang visits Hoa Binh Koyuseni Knitting
Co. Ltd, based in Da River Left Bank Industrial Park.
Over the last 15 years, the board’s apparatus
has been completed and its personnel quality improved, thus better fulfilling
political tasks and managing local IPs. The board has coordinated with the
provincial Department of Public Security and local administrations to guarantee
security - order and fire prevention and control for businesses based in the
In 2021, despite difficulties caused by the
COVID-19 pandemic, Hoa Binh met and surpassed IP development targets. In
particular, its IPs attracted eight investment projects with registered capital
totalling 6.5 million USD and 315.85 billion VND (13.6 million USD) and
recorded five others raising their capital by 4 million USD and 88.9 billion
VND (3.82 million USD).
Industrial production revenue and value recorded
by businesses in the local IPs were 13.9 percent and 11.2 percent higher than
the set targets; export turnover reached 690 million USD, up 7.8 percent from
2020 and 11.2 percent from the target; and 250 billion VND (10.76 million USD)
was contributed to the State budget, up 25 percent year on year and meeting the
At present, the IPs in Hoa Binh are home to 104
projects, including 26 foreign direct investment (FDI) projects worth 514.78
million USD and 78 domestic direct investment ones with total capital of over
13.57 trillion VND (584.4 million USD).
IP-based businesses are playing an increasing
role in helping the province realise its socio-economic targets. Their export
revenue accounted for 56 percent while industrial production value made up
44.36 percent of the province’s total figures.
Besides, the management board has given advice
about a strategy for developing local IPs and industrial clusters by 2030 to
the provincial People’s Committee. It has worked with authorities to build and
submit some draft projects of the province, including those on IP development.
It has also submitted timely proposals on COVID-19 prevention and control to
the provincial administration so as to curb pandemic transmission and help
IP-based firms sustain operations.
With the achievements obtained over the last 15
years, the board’s officials and staff are exerting efforts to improve their
specialised capacity; work with relevant agencies to develop a fair, open, and
transparent business climate; create optimal conditions for enterprises to
operate fruitfully; assist investors to complete IP infrastructure; and tackle
site clearance obstacles to boost investment attraction, thereby helping to
successfully carry out the resolution of the 17th provincial Party Congress and
contributing to local development./.
(HBO) – As the COVID-19 pandemic has been put under control, business, trade and service activities in Hoa Binh have recovered and developed strongly, with effective operation of markets, shopping centres and supermarkets.
(HBO) - According to the report of the People's Committee of Lac Thuy district, in the first 6 months of the year, the value of the industrial and handicraft production in the district was estimated at 780.74 billion VND, reaching 49.95% of the plan. Some key products with advantages have brought high economic value. They include 112.98 thousand m3 of exploiting stone of all kinds, reaching 49.97% of the plan; 46.5 million of baked bricks, reaching 49.8% of the plan; 13.14 million of the concrete bricks, reaching 49.6% of the plan.
(HBO) – Under the Government’s Project No. 06/CP on developing the application of population data, electronic identification and electronic verification, public security forces at all levels in Hoa Binh province have stepped up communications, encouraged and guided local residents to handle administrative procedures on the public service portal.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh Provincial Council for Emulation and Commendation coordinated with the People’s Committee of Hoa Binh city to hold the first exchange conference for role models on July 7. The event was attended by leaders of the provincial Department of Home Affairs and the Hoa Binh Municipal People’s Committee, along with 41 individuals who are role models from localities across the province.