Standing Deputy Prime Minister – Truong Hoa Binh proposes Long An province to focus on investment in high-tech industry and agreement development
Member of the Politburo, Standing Deputy Prime Minister – Truong Hoa Binh and Head of the National Assembly delegation of Long An province – Truong Van No chaired the conference. Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can also attended the meeting.
At the meeting, Mr. Tran Van Can briefly reported on the socio-economic situation of the province in the first months of the year. Accordingly, in the agricultural field, productivity and yield of some key crops such as rice, vegetables, lemon, and dragon fruit were higher than the same period, brining high economic efficiency.
Industry and construction continued to be maintained and developed. Investment promotion and enterprise support activities were implemented. Trade and serDeputy were maintained with a relatively stable growth. The province's export turnover reached USD 1.35 billion, up 15% over the same period. Import turnover reached USD 0.99 billion, up 16% over the same period, etc.
Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can briefly reports on the socio-economic situation of the province in the first months of the year
On this occasion, the provincial leaders and leaders of provincial departments and branches also presented difficulties and problems, and proposed to the Central Government a number of issues related to the determination of land use fees transferred from industrial park land allocated by the State into residential land; policies to support agricultural production enterprises to get GlobalGAP certification, etc.
Standing Deputy Prime Minister – Truong Hoa Binh highly appreciated the results achieved by Long An province in the past time, and suggested that the province should focus on developing high-tech industry and agriculture associated with tourism and service development; investing in infrastructure, continuing administrative reform, supporting procedures and policies, promptly removing obstacles to attract and retain investors, especially strategic investors, etc.
Reported by An Ky
Translated by Lan Vy