|FDI inflows drop 15.1 percent year on year in first half||FDI inflows drop 15.1 percent year on year in first half|
Vietnam recorded a year-on-year decrease of 15.1 percent in foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows to 15.67 billion USD as of June 20, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI).
The Sapporo Vietnam beer factory in the southern province of Long An (Photo: VNA)
The value included 8.44 billion USD registered for 1,418 new projects, over 3.7 billion USD added to 526 existing projects, and 3.51 billion USD spent on contributing capital to or purchasing shares of domestic firms.
Among 18 sectors receiving foreign capital, the processing – manufacturing industry attracted the most – more than 8 billion USD or 51.1 percent of the total. It was followed by electricity production and distribution (3.95 billion USD, or 25.2 percent), wholesale – retail (1.08 billion USD), and real estate (nearly 850 million USD).
Meanwhile, 98 countries and territories invested in Vietnam during the period. The largest investors were Singapore (5.44 billion USD, equivalent to 34.7 percent of the total), Thailand (1.58 billion USD, 10.1 percent), and China (1.58 billion USD, 10.1 percent), followed by Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Taiwan (China), statistics show.
Foreign investors channeled capital into 57 provinces and centrally-run cities, with Bac Lieu province the top destination (4 billion USD, 25.5 percent of the total), followed by Ho Chi Minh City (over 2 billion USD, 12.9 percent), Ba Ria – Vung Tau province (1.95 billion USD, 12.4 percent), Hanoi, Binh Duong province, and Hai Phong city.
In its report, the MPI also pointed out that exports by the FDI sector in the first six months declined in both value and their proportion in Vietnam's total overseas shipments, estimated at 79.8 billion USD (including crude oil) – equivalent to 93.3 percent of the figure in the same period last year and 65.9 percent of the country's total figure, and 79 billion USD (excluding crude oil) – equivalent to 93.6 percent of the figure in the same period last year and 65.2 percent of the six-month value.
This sector's imports stood at 65.6 billion USD, representing 94.6 percent of the figure in the same period last year and 56 percent of the country's total imports in the first half of 2020.
FDI firms still posted a trade surplus of 14.2 billion USD, including crude oil, and 13.4 billion USD, excluding crude oil, during the period. That helped make up for the deficit of nearly 10.2 billion USD in the domestic sector, contributing to Vietnam's trade surplus of over 4 billion USD during the six months, the MPI noted./.
|28/06/2020 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|7 months of 2019: Long An's total retail sales of goods and service revenue reaches 52,429 billion VND||7 months of 2019: Long An's total retail sales of goods and service revenue reaches 52,429 billion VND|
According to Long An Department of Industry and Trade, the total retail sales of goods and service revenue in July 2019 reached 7,392 billion VND, an increase of 0.1 percent compared to June 2019 and 15.4% over the same period. Accumulated in the first 7 months of 2019, it reached 52,429 billion VND, equivalent to 59.1 percent of the plan, an increase of 15.8 percent over the same period of 2018.
The competition in retail among distributors
has met the shopping needs of people
the price of 5 out of 11 commodity groups increased compared to June including
Food and catering services (up 0.13 percent); Clothes, hats and shoes (up 0.08
percent); Culture, entertainment and tourism (up 0.04 percent); Other goods and
services (up 1.67 percent).
of 3 out of 11 commodity groups decreased including Beverage and tobacco
(decreased by 0.23 percent); Housing, electricity, water, fuel and construction
materials (decreased by 0.45 percent); Household appliances (decreased by 0.03
of 3 out of 11 commodity groups including Drugs and medical services,
Education, Post and Telecommunication were stable.
to the Department of Industry and Trade, in the first months of 2019, trade
growth was quite good, commodity prices in the province were stable. At
present, goods are plentiful and diversified, meeting the needs of the people.
particular, the competition in retail among distributors such as Bach Hoa Xanh,
Vinmart, SanHaFoodstore has met the shopping needs of the people because of
reasonable prices. Trade promotion activities have been promoted. Enterprises
and cooperatives have actively participated in many programs to connect supply
and demand to introduce their products into supermarkets and wholesale
|12/08/2019 3:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: Domestic revenue reaches 13,650 billion VND||Long An: Domestic revenue reaches 13,650 billion VND|
According to the Director of the Tax Department of Long An province - Cao Van Tao, by December 19, the total domestic revenue is 13,650 billion VND, reaching 117.4 percent of the draft ordinance and 109.5 percent of the estimate, up 20.8 percent over the same period in 2018; in which, collecting lottery is 1,604.263 billion VND, land use fee is 2,249.013 billion VND; the total balanced revenue (except for land use fees and lottery) is 9,796.724 billion VND, reaching 105.1 percent of the assigned estimates, up 30.7 percent over the same period in 2018.
Enterprises make an important contribution to the provincial budget revenue
In the tax collection based on the field of management, there are 12 out of 16 fields and the tax revenue achieved and exceeded the estimate. In the budget collection by area, 15 out of 15 districts, towns and cities exceeded the total domestic revenue estimates, including Tan Tru (reaching 273.7 percent of the estimate), Moc Hoa (reaching 270.7 percent of the estimate), etc. In the total balanced revenue (except for land use fees), 12 out of 15 districts and towns have exceeded the estimate; Ben Luc, Can Duoc districts and Tan An city have not reached the estimates yet.
Domestic revenue in 2019 is estimated at 14,300 to 14,500 billion VND, absolute revenue is over 2,800 billion VND and surpassing the balanced revenue of 10,000 billion VND; the total budget revenue in the province is from 17,800 to 18,000 billion VND (in which, customs revenue reached 3,500 billion VND).
To achieve the above results, in addition to the efforts of the Tax sector, it is a great effort of taxpayers, especially enterprises in the province. Although in 2019, the enterprises have still faced many difficulties in production and business, they have been paid attention and well implemented tax obligations to the State.
According to Mr. Cao Van Tao, the Tax sector has been highly concentrated in the remaining days of the year to strive to fulfill the assigned targets (16 out of 16 targets) and 15 out of 15 districts, towns and cities completed the balance estimate before December 31./.
|22/12/2019 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Domestic food and beverage industry has development potential||Domestic food and beverage industry has development potential|
The domestic food and beverage market has great potential for development despite the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to experts.
According to a survey of Vietnam Report, 50 percent of customers have spent more on foods boosting immune system and clean foods due to the COVID-19 (Photo: baodautu.vn)
Food and beverages are in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) category. For many years, this has always been one of the important economic sectors with great potential for development, according to the Vietnam Report 2020.
The food and beverage market's growth rate is forecasted to reach from 5-6 percent annually in 2020-2025.
Despite suffering negative impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, the food and beverage industry in Vietnam also has many strong growth opportunities. At present, more and more consumers pay attention to nutritional foods of plant origin, organic foods or food with healthy ingredients.
A survey conducted by Vietnam Report at the end of 2020 showed due to COVID-19, half of customers have spent more on foods boosting their immune system and clean foods. Meanwhile, 63.7 percent of customers have cut spending on alcohol and beer. Therefore, businesses in this industry must adjust their production to suit demand.
Food businesses have to increase their production capacity by about 30 percent, while beverage businesses must reduce their production to lower than 80 percent compared to before the pandemic.
Besides that, Vu Dang Vinh, general director of the Vietnam Assessment Report Joint Stock Company, said COVID-19 has forced nearly 70 percent of food and beverage businesses to focus on the digital transformation for survival and development, reported the Vietnam News Agency.
Many businesses have built modern technology processes in production and management. Food and beverage companies have also sped up investment activities to renovate the distribution system and adjust the proportion between traditional and modern trading channels. They develop applications to enhance the customer experience when shopping and innovate packaging design, eco-branding and product line development.
Nguyen Dang Quang, chairman of Masan Group, said the COVID-19 pandemic is a good opportunity to promote e-commerce.
The group is building plans to attract more and more people to online shopping, he said.
Vinh said food and beverage businesses need to focus on strategies such as revenue growth, market development, promotion of research and improving product quality. They should also diversify supply sources with priority for domestic suppliers and develop online distribution channels on e-commerce platforms.
According to experts in the food and beverage industry, the stable macroeconomy and commitments in free trade agreements signed between Vietnam and its partners such as the European Union-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) would bring export opportunities and more foreign investment. They would promote the transfer of technology and technological advancement in the industry.
Along with that, the food and beverage companies need to improve their competitiveness and increase investment in infrastructure systems and modernisation of production processes and corporate governance./.
|22/02/2021 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|The provincial People’s Committee had a dialogue with enterprises operating in Chau Thanh, Tan Tru, Thu Thua districts and Tan An City in 2019||The provincial People’s Committee had a dialogue with enterprises operating in Chau Thanh, Tan Tru, Thu Thua districts and Tan An City in 2019|
In the afternoon of November 01st, 2019, the provincial People’s Committee held a dialogue conference with enterprises operating in Chau Thanh, Tan Tru, Thu Thua districts and Tan An City. Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee – Tran Van Can, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee – Nguyen Van Ut chaired the dialogue.
The view of the dialogue
At the conference, enterprises proposed a number of issues: consideration of writing off tax debts, fines for late tax payment; allowing conversion of agricultural land to non-agricultural land; health check for workers before working; robbery resulting in accidents for workers; many people gathered to cause disturbance in industrial parks and industrial clusters; difficulties in consulting representatives of residential communities, etc.
Enterprises ask questions
Each enterprises' proposal was directly answered by the leaders of the provincial People's Committee, departments, sectors and localities as well as given specific solutions.
Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can chaired the dialogue
Speaking at the dialogue, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can emphasized that Long An province determined to "accompany the enterprises" with practical actions and solutions. The Dialogue Conference is an opportunity for provincial leaders to listen and share with enterprises difficulties and obstacles in the process of production, business and project investment. Since then, the province will promptly issue mechanisms and policies to create the most favorable conditions for enterprises operating in the area.
Reported by Anh Tuan
Translated by Lan Vy
|02/11/2019 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An has 11 products recognized by OCOP at provincial level||Long An has 11 products recognized by OCOP at provincial level|
Information from the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, so far, Long An has 11 products recognized OCOP at provincial level. This is a product of small and medium enterprises and rural production establishments in the province.
Vietnam Cordyceps Cultivation and Processing Company Limited (Thanh Loi commune, Ben Luc district) has 4 products: Cordyceps nutritional powder, Cordyceps herbal tea, Cordyceps Oolong Tea high grade, dried cordyceps. All 4 of these products are rated 4 stars.
Go Den wine product
Go Den Wine and Production Joint Stock Company (Phuoc Loi Commune, Ben Luc District) has 5 products: Go Den wine 31 percent, Go Den wine 41 percent, Go Den green wine 31 percent, Go Den Black nail wine 31 percent, Go Den gold wine 41 percent. All 5 of these products are rated 4 stars.
Kim Hue sausage establishment (Tam Vu town, Chau Thanh district) has 2 products: Kim Hue pork sausage, Kim Hue pork sausage. Both of these 2 products are rated 3 stars.
The OCOP program is a key solution in implementing and implementing the new rural construction program. The highlight of the program is the development of products and services that have advantages in each locality along the value chain, implemented by collective economic organizations and private economy.
In order to contribute to the promotion and trade promotion of OCOP products, the Ministry of Industry and Trade recently supported the Department of Industry and Trade of Long An to build and put into operation the point of introduction and sale of OCOP products at Dong Thap stop station (National highway N2, Thuy Tay commune, Thanh Hoa district). The point of introduction and sales of OCOP was built with the desire to provide consumers in the province and tourists with products of good quality, clear origin, production process. Thereby, contributing to stimulating consumption, increasing OCOP product consumption and consumption, gradually improving people's lives.
Reported by Gia Han
Translated by NT
|14/01/2021 4:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Ministry takes action on market stability in new circumstances||Ministry takes action on market stability in new circumstances|
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has called for concerted solutions to maintain market stability, remove difficulties facing domestic firms, and increase the total retail sales of goods and services.
Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)
Such solutions rolled out in line with the Government's Resolution No 01/NQ-CP dated January 1, 2021, are expected to contribute to the country's socio-economic stability.
The ministry will continue to improve the socialist-oriented market economy mechanism to facilitate economic recovery, and spur growth in the industry and trade sector in a rapid and sustainable manner.
It has also focused on improving the sector's adaptability and resilience against external shocks to stabilise production and consolidate the domestic and foreign market so as to flexibly and effectively realise the dual goals of containing COVID-19 and recovering and developing the sector in the "new normal".
Notably, the sector has stepped up restructuring in tandem with growth model reform, and paid more attention to the processing and manufacturing industry in combination with smart technologies and digital transformation to raise productivity, quality, efficiency, and competitiveness.
More attention will be paid to developing the domestic market, promoting the consumption of Vietnamese goods, enhancing trade promotions, and boosting e-commerce.
Given the impact of COVID-19, the ministry has asked businesses to increase the supply of goods, especially necessities, and requested local Departments of Industry and Trade to take measures to ensure market stability.
To remove difficulties in the consumption of agricultural products, the ministry has adopted solutions to boost consumption links domestically and negotiated with major buyers to facilitate exports./.
|22/02/2021 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: The estimated average economic growth rate in the period of 2016 – 2020 will be around 9.61%/year||Long An: The estimated average economic growth rate in the period of 2016 – 2020 will be around 9.61%/year|
On February 25th, 2020, Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee – Tran Van Can chaired the meeting with leaders of relevant departments and agencies to collect comments on the draft report on the implementation of socio-economic development tasks in 05 years of 2016 – 2020.
According to the draft report, the estimated average economic growth rate in the period of 2016 – 2020 will be around 9.61%/year. The economic structure continues to clearly shift in the right direction of industry – service – agriculture development, the estimated economic structure of 3 sectors: agriculture, forestry and fishery – industry and construction – trade and services in 2020 will be 14% - 53% - 33%, respectively.
At the meeting, participants focused on discussing and giving comments to complete the report on the implementation results of socio-economic development tasks in 05 years of 2016 – 2020; reporting on the implementation results of 02 breakthrough programs and 03 key projects implementing the Resolution of the 10th Provincial Party Congress; approving the expected specific list of breakthrough program, resource mobilization program and key projects of the 10th Provincial Party Congress; giving opinions on the report of regulations and laws on the reception of investment projects in the province, ensuring the requirements of environmental protection.
In conclusion of the meeting, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can emphasized the evaluation of the implementation results of socio-economic development tasks in the period of 2016 – 2020, the formulation of socio-economic development plan for the period of 2020 - 2025 are very important tasks to prepare documents for the 11th Provincial Party Congress, therefore, the formulation of reports and plans requires the intellectual concentration of departments and agencies. Based on the comments at the meeting, the Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee requested the compilation division of the report to record, receive and synthesize all comments to complete the report./.
Reported by Anh Tuấn
Translated by Lan Vy
|26/02/2020 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Together with enterprises to overcome difficulties and develop sustainably||Together with enterprises to overcome difficulties and develop sustainably|
Contributing to the development of enterprises, in recent years, Long An has always accompanied enterprises, considering the difficulties of enterprises as the common difficulties of the province.
Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee cum Chairman of the Provincial People's Council – Pham Van Ranh discusses with representatives of enterprises in Trade Union officials
Currently, the whole province has 11,305 enterprises registering for establishment with a total capital of VND 297,403 billion. In the current conditions, in addition to foreign-invested enterprises and some corporations, the small and medium-sized enterprises are facing many great difficulties and challenges. However, with the support of the provincial leaders in creating a transparent and fair business environment, the enterprises' operations have been effective, contributing to the socio-economic development of the province.
In the past time, the provincial leaders, authorities and sectors have always accompanied the business community such as focusing on administrative procedure reform, improving provincial competitiveness, focusing on infrastructure development, especially transport and service infrastructure, proactively removing difficulties and obstacles for enterprises and providing specific support solutions, etc. In addition, the provincial Young Business Association with more than 300 members has always been a bridge for the provincial leaders to close and share difficulties with the business community. Accordingly, there are many new projects being implemented, expanding investment, applying scientific and technical advances and new technologies to production, making positive contributions to the socio-economic development of the province.
"Long An has long been considered an attractive destination for domestic and foreign investors, which brings many opportunities but also challenges for the provincial leaders. We need to work with enterprises to remove difficulties and barriers for better development; must focus on dealing with pressing issues so that the types of enterprises will increase in number, develop in quality and sustainability" – Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee cum Chairman of the Provincial People's Council – Pham Van Ranh emphasized at the dialogue with representatives of workers, enterprises and Trade Union officials in 2019./.
Reported by Song Hong
Translated by Lan Vy
|03/01/2020 5:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Remove problems, speed up the industrial park infrastructure projects||Remove problems, speed up the industrial park infrastructure projects|
It is a locality adjacent to HCM city, the gateway to the southwestern region, Long An has many advantages and is an attractive destination for domestic and foreign investors.
It is a locality adjacent to HCM city, the gateway to the southwestern region, Long An has many advantages and is an attractive destination for domestic and foreign investors.
The implementation of An Nhut Tan Industrial Park, Tan Tru district, has seen many positive changes
Information from the Provincial Economic Zone Authority, there are currently 16 operating industrial parks with a total planned area of nearly 3,800 hectares, industrial land area for lease more than 2,650 hectares, and land area. nearly 2,350 hectares of industrial leasing, occupancy rate reaching 88.4 percent. Thus, the industrial zones in operation now have just over 300 hectares of clean land eligible to receive investors.
The whole province has 35 Industrial Zones approved by the Prime Minister to be added to the master plan of Vietnam's Industrial Zones by 2020. In addition to the newly added industrial parks, the province has a number of industrial parks other enterprises having investment policy and issuing investment certificates; Among them, there are industrial zones with investment policy for many years, even being handed over clean land for construction but so far they have not come into operation.
According to the head of the Provincial Economic Zone Authority - Nguyen Thanh Thanh, the industrial zones in operation have played a huge role in the local socio-economic development. There are 1,635 investment projects in industrial zones with total investment capital of over 4.7 billion USD and more than 92,000 billion VND. Enterprises operating in the Industrial Park have contributed nearly 3,900 billion VND to the budget, creating jobs for more than 148,000 workers. Therefore, the province is paying great attention to promoting infrastructure investors to invest in building and completing the planned industrial zones to create favorable conditions to attract investment.
In 2020, the Management Board of the economic zone reviews and evaluates the actual situation of site clearance and the actual implementation of infrastructure investment in industrial zones and construction plans of investors. Industrial zone infrastructure. From there, advise the Provincial People's Committee to issue a plan to accelerate investment in infrastructure so that there are 3 industrial parks eligible to receive investors. Implementing the above plan, the province has had 4 industrial park projects commenced, however, due to many reasons, especially due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic, up to now, progress has been made. still slow compared to the plan. Therefore, relevant units and localities will focus on solving difficulties and supporting Investors to speed up project implementation.
IDICO - Huu Thanh Industrial Park (Duc Hoa district, Long An) has a total area of 524 hectares; including nearly 400 hectares of industrial land for lease. This project has a convenient location in connection with Ho Chi Minh City, Long An International Port, is considered an ideal destination with many benefits for investors when developing production and business here. Specifically, to benefit from traffic works - urban expansion from Ho Chi Minh City; easy labor recruitment; easy access to large and dynamic consumer markets, especially for investors operating in the fields of consumer goods production, textiles, garments and footwear; food and food processing; Furniture; electricity, household electricity, electronics - information technology; mechanical engineering, ... Currently, the project investor has completed legal procedures and is speeding up construction investment. Items such as leveling, main roads, internal roads are being implemented synchronously by contractors, wastewater treatment plant is expected to commence right after the 2021 Lunar New Year. Project Owner is the General IDICO Company has also signed contract in principle with a number of businesses to lease land in the Industrial Park.
Director of IDICO Industrial Zones Management Board, IDICO Corporation - Nguyen Vu Minh Hong said: "We are concentrating resources to implement and implement the Project, trying to reach the end of the second quarter-2021 eligible to accept Secondary Investors. However, the current difficulty is that in the project area, there are still problems with site clearance, and some households have not received compensation money to hand over the site. In which, there are many locations in the planning of roads, causing difficulties for the construction of main roads, thereby affecting the overall progress of the project. If the site clearance is done well, we will focus resources to invest in construction to meet the proposed plan ".
The Secretary of the District Party Committee and Chairman of the People's Committee of Tan Tru district - Truong Thanh Liem, in the district, the An Nhut Tan Industrial Park Project is under construction with an area of 120 hectares, the district has gathered to support support investors to remove difficulties and soon complete the project. Especially in the work of site clearance, the affiliated units have been implementing quite effectively, ensuring the interests of the investor and the people in the project area. The project is expected to come into operation in 2021, contributing to promoting the local socio-economy.
Information from the Provincial Economic Zone Authority, there are a number of industrial parks such as IDICO - Huu Thanh, Viet Phat, An Nhut Tan, Silico, Tran Anh - Tan Phu, ... implementing infrastructure construction. The unit will focus on solutions to promote investors to accelerate projects, striving to have at least 3 industrial parks in the second quarter of 2021 that are eligible to receive secondary investors.
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Thanh added: The province is implementing and implementing many measures to speed up the industrial zone infrastructure projects. In particular, will create all conditions to support investors in the implementation of the Project. It is expected that by 2021, the province will have an additional 1,500 hectares of clean land in the industrial zones to attract investment, to catch the investment wave in the area.
For newly planned projects, the Management Board of the economic zone will actively coordinate with relevant units and localities to monitor, urge and support investors to complete legal procedures to early implementation of the Project. When 35 industrial parks come into operation, the province will have nearly 12,000 hectares of industrial land to welcome investors, with mechanisms and policies to attract investment and the transport system is gradually completed. attractive destination, making an important contribution to the socio-economic development of the locality and the region.
Reported by Le Duc
Translated by NT
|23/02/2021 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Vietnam’s growth outlook to depend on authorities’ response to new outbreak: WB||Vietnam’s growth outlook to depend on authorities’ response to new outbreak: WB|
Vietnam’s growth prospects will depend on how well and how quickly the authorities will bring the new coronavirus outbreak under control and how quickly international and national vaccinations will proceed, according to the World Bank (WB).
The fibre production line of the Phu Tho Textile Co. Ltd (Photo: VNA)
In its Vietnam Macro Monitoring report issued earlier this month, the WB said January's industrial production index jumped by 24.5 percent year on year, the highest growth rate since the beginning of 2019. Merchandise exports and imports respectively grew 51.8 percent and 41.8 percent from the same period last year.
The preliminary January goods trade surplus is estimated at 1.1 billion USD. Exports to the US and China continued the robust growth of 2020 while those to the EU, ASEAN, Japan and the Republic of Korea (RoK) bounced back strongly. Similarly, imports from the RoK, ASEAN and the US joined those from China, Japan and the EU to stay in expansionary territory.
In the first month of 2021, the Government spent a total of 99.6 trillion VND, which is slightly, 1 percent, higher than a year ago. Public investment reached 15 trillion VND, making the disbursement rate of 3.25 percent.
However, the WB added, while Vietnam's economy has been extremely resilient to the COVID-19 crisis, preliminary results from the COVID-19 World Bank high frequency household survey of January show that almost half of households still reported lower household income than the year before. About 9 percent of households took loans and 15 percent reduced their consumption.
If persistent, this prudent behaviour will negatively affect aggregate domestic demand in the future, according to the bank.
It held that growth prospects for 2021 will be affected by how well and how quickly the authorities will bring the new outbreak under control and how quickly international and national vaccinations will proceed.
If the crisis lingers, the authorities may consider further monetary and fiscal support. Yet, special attention will have to be given to the fiscal space, the health of the financial sector and possible social effects as lasting loss of income among some households may create new inequalities and tensions, the report noted.
Jacques Morisset, WB Lead Economist for Vietnam, said the WB expects with many positive signs like the considerable progress in vaccine development and gradually resumed trading activities, the country can obtain growth of 6 percent in 2021./.
|25/02/2021 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Sources of freshwater actively ensured available for production||Sources of freshwater actively ensured available for production|
On February 15, the Delegation of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Long An province inspected the prevention and control of saline drought in the localities: Tan An City, Thu Thua, Ben Luc, Tan Tru.
The delegation checked the rice areas sown in the third crop in addition to the recommendations of the agricultural sector
Accordingly, the delegation inspected the following contents: measuring salinity at sluices; reserved water level for production; the area of rice sown in the third crop is beyond the recommendations of the agricultural sector; fixing the sluice gates leaking salt water into the inner field, ...
After the inspection, the delegation decided on February 17 to fill water in some sluices with salinity below 1gam/liter to store fresh water for production before the salinity is high during the next period. In particular, the delegation suggested that localities with rice cultivation area of the third crop in addition to the industry's recommendation to store water, especially propaganda and mobilization of people not to continue to cultivate the third crop.
Deputy Director of Department of Agriculture and Rural Development - Nguyen Chi Thien measures salinity at sluices
Deputy Director of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development - Nguyen Chi Thien said: "In general, this year, saline intrusion does not affect people's production as much as the dry season in 2019-2020, because of the agricultural sector and localities have proactively introduced many practical and effective solutions with the support of the people in the prevention of saline drought. Up to this point, the fresh water source still meets the production needs of the people well, but the people are not allowed to continue seeding in the third season, because if seeding, there will definitely be a shortage of water for production".
Reported by Kim Ngoc
Translated by NT
|17/02/2021 3:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: Attractive, effective destination for attracting investment||Long An: Attractive, effective destination for attracting investment|
Many right decisions, reasonable policies and investment strategy, infrastructure improvement have helped Long An become a bright spot in attracting investment in recent years, contributing to promoting socio-economic development and making it become the leading province in the Mekong River Delta (MRD) region.
Long An attracts 2,013 domestic projects and 1,082 FDI projects by November 2020
Bright spot in attracting investment
According to the assessment, Long An has a favorable geographical location, it is a gateway to connect, trade, economic development corridor linking Ho Chi Minh City - Southeast region with the large MRD region in the North - South direction, with seaports and international border gates in the direction of East - West. Located in the Southern key economic region, investors coming to Long An will easily access the facilities of economic - technical infrastructure, markets of Ho Chi Minh City - the largest economic center in the country; At the same time, it is advantageous to access abundant raw materials for the agricultural and food processing industry in the MRD region - the key agricultural production area of Vietnam. Furthermore, Long An has focused on planning the construction of industrial zones and clusters to attract investment early ever seen. The waterway and road system is quite complete, many highways (National Highway 1, N2, 62), free way pass through the area, convenient for transporting and trading goods.
In addition to the strategic geographical location, Long An has many correct and reasonable policies in attracting investment, creating favorable conditions for businesses to invest and operate. Provincial leaders always accompany enterprises, promptly remove problems and difficulties in the process of operation so that the units can feel secure in production.
On the other hand, the province is constantly innovating, improving the investment and business environment, reforming the administration, enhancing trade promotion, promoting the image, and so on to become a bright spot in attracting investment.
Representative of the Management Board of Tan Kim Expanded Industrial Park (Can Giuoc District) - Nguyen Van Banh said: "Long An has many favorable conditions for businesses to invest and operate. During the production and business process of the company, we always receive the attention and support of the leaders of the province and district from the mechanism, policy as well as related procedures. The province also regularly meets and exchanges to promptly remove the difficulties and problems of enterprises, helping the unit to feel secure in its operations. The industrial zone was officially put into operation in 2010, receiving the first secondary investors in 2015, now has nearly 60 businesses in operation, reaching 100 percent.
Representative of Hoa Binh Industrial Park (Thu Thua district) - Dang Trung Tin shared: "Long An is one of the localities with attractive investment environment. We are always facilitated by provincial and district leaders in the process of operating as well as attracting investment. Provincial and district leaders regularly hold dialogues, meet businesses, and so on from there, the relationship between the two sides is more open and connected. Besides, we have policies and plans to attract investment, thereby achieving positive results, now basically filling the entire land area. The area is 118 hectares with 32 secondary enterprises, of which FDI enterprises account for 50-60 percent".
Increasing the investment attraction with many solutions
Long An's potentials and advantages are well exploited by the locality to develop, attract investment, and promote the socio-economic development of the province. In 1997 - The first milestone when Long An received enterprises to invest and implement projects in the area. Since then, the province has constantly innovated and developed. As of November 2020, Long An has more than 12,500 enterprises registered for establishment with a total registered capital of 328,144 billion VND. Long An attracts 2,013 domestic projects that were granted investment certificates with registered capital 233,412.4 billion VND and 1,082 FDI projects, registered capital 6,636.1 million USD (588 projects put into operation with total capital about 3,624 million USD). Industrial zones and clusters of the province are concentrated in convenient locations for both roads and rivers, reasonably distributed, adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City; At present, the provincial seaport can receive ships of 30,000 tons and in the future, can receive ships of over 50,000 tons.
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut informed that thanks to the advantages of geographical location, land, labor, the right guidelines, policies, the guidance throughout the province's leadership with the motto "The local government must accompany enterprises, consider the difficulties of enterprises as the difficulties of the province". Over the years, Long An has become a "bright spot" in attracting investment in the region as well as the whole country, standing at the top position of the MRD region. The province's investment environment is always open, attractive, safe and effective for investors. The locality always cares about and creates favorable conditions in attracting investment, especially attracting businesses operating in the field of industrial park infrastructure development and investors operating in industrial zones and clusters.
Long An highly appreciates the role of investors in the province's socio-economic development. With the viewpoint of accompanying enterprises, the province considers the difficulties of enterprises to be the difficulties of the province and the success of enterprises is the success of the province, from which the locality has important, reasonable, safe and effective policies in attracting investment. Long An's goal is to continue promoting economic restructuring associated with growth model innovation, improving productivity, quality, efficiency and competitiveness in a substantive, more efficient manner, mobilizing , effectively using resources, promoting the construction of infrastructure systems in industrial zones and clusters to receive investment projects, in accordance with the province's policy of attracting investment. In the coming time, Long An will continue to accompany enterprises, overcoming the limitations and subjective difficulties from the local side and offering specific solutions.
In addition, Long An focuses on administrative reform, improving the investment and business environment, improving the infrastructure system, training high-quality human resources to meet the requirements, and so on to increase the investment attraction, contributing to local socio-economic development./.
|28/12/2020 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: Industrial production index increased by nearly 8 percent||Long An: Industrial production index increased by nearly 8 percent|
Information from the Long An Department of Industry and Trade, the industrial production index in November 2020 increased by 3.18 percent over the previous month and by 15.27 percent over the same period in 2019. Accumulated, industrial production index 11 months 2020 increases 7.87 percent over the same period last year (the same period increases 15.07 percent).
Industrial production index of 11 months increased 7.87 percent over the same period last year
In which, the processing and manufacturing industry increased by nearly 7.7 percent; electricity production and distribution increased by 12.39 percent; water supply, waste and wastewater management and treatment increased 12.06 percent.
According to the judgment, the Covid-19 epidemic continues to spread and boom strongly all over the world, especially in the US and Europe markets. However, production and business still tends to recover, but the ability has not been able to recover as before.
Currently, the number of industries with an increase in production output and a decrease in the number of groups of manufacturing industries has decreased. By the end of November, there were 48 out of 73 groups of industrial products having growth rate over the same period. In particular, the number of products increased over the same period such as: dried cashew nuts, milled rice, aquatic food, production of barrels, cardboard boxes, fertilizers, paint, varnish, pharmaceuticals, ...
Products with a decrease in quantity over the same period were bottled beer, mineral water, synthetic cotton fibers, production of adult shirts, production of bags, shoes, sports shoes, cement structures and many other products.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by NT
|07/12/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Chairman of Long An People's Committee visits businesses early in the year in Duc Hoa||Chairman of Long An People's Committee visits businesses early in the year in Duc Hoa|
On February 20, the Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut as Head of the delegation and representatives of the provincial departments, branches and branches visited and wished the New Year's holiday a number of industrial parks and businesses in Duc Hoa district.
On this occasion, the delegation visited and wished the new year in SongWol Vina Joint Stock Company (Tan Duc Industrial Park), Tan Duc Industrial Park Office, Hai Son Industrial Park Office, Saporo Brewery, Duc Hoa III Industrial Park .
The delegation visited the office of Hai Son Industrial Park
Here, representatives of units have quickly reported the situation, production - business activities in 2020 as well as development strategies and orientations in 2021 and the proactive work of Covid epidemic prevention and control- 19.
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut exchanged some information, kindly visited and encouraged businesses to overcome difficulties to complete the goals and plans set out in the new year and Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee emphasized Long An province always accompanies enterprises.
In particular, in the context of complicated developments of Covid-19 disease, he suggested that businesses continue to try and make double efforts, ensuring both decisive and drastic production and business and active in the prevention and control of diseases Covid-19.
Reported by Thanh My
Translated by NT
|22/02/2021 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Vietnam to enter aging population stage in 2026||Vietnam to enter aging population stage in 2026|
Twenty percent of Vietnam’s population will be 60 years of age or older within the next 20 years, resulting in the country experiencing an “elderly population crisis”.
|23/02/2021 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Chairman of People's Committee of Long An province presented Tet gifts to children in Duc Hoa district||Chairman of People's Committee of Long An province presented Tet gifts to children in Duc Hoa district|
On January 20, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the People's Committee of Long An province - Nguyen Van Ut presented gifts of Tan Suu Lunar New Year in 2021 and scholarships to disadvantaged children in Duc Hoa district.
100 gifts and 20 scholarships for disadvantaged children in Duc Hoa district
On this occasion, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut presented 100 gifts to children in the communes of Tan Phu, Tan My, Duc Lap Thuong, Hoa Khanh Tay; Hau Nghia town and 20 scholarships for students of 2 schools (Duc Lap Secondary School, My Hanh Secondary School) in the district. Each gift is worth 500 thousand VND, a scholarship is worth 1 million VND.
These are gifts with profound meanings to motivate and share with disadvantaged children in the upcoming Tet holiday.
Reported by Chau Son
Translated by NT
|22/01/2021 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Surveying investment progress of Commercial Area Project in Thanh Hoa district||Surveying investment progress of Commercial Area Project in Thanh Hoa district|
Director of Long An Department of Industry and Trade - Le Minh Duc had a working session with Thu Ngan Construction Investment, Trade and Service Co., Ltd. on the investment progress of the Commercial Area Project in Thanh Hoa district.
Director of Long An Department of Industry and Trade - Le Minh Duc surveys the investment progress of the Commercial Area Project in Thanh Hoa district
The commercial area project in Thanh Hoa district (including rest stop, supermarket, restaurants, petroleum station, etc.) was started by the investor in February 2019. It basically completed 60 percent for agricultural product sales area in mid-April 2019. The area is built nicely and currently has 110 lots and stalls where 70 small-scale traders do businesses stably.
Currently, investor is building slaughter area to ensure environmental hygiene and aesthetics for the market. Other items are also being constructed urgently.
The market sells the regional well-known farm products, birds, mice and snakes. Therefore, during the working session, the delegation asked the investor to have rules for managing the market's activities, especially every business households who pledged not to sell banned animals, not to hang or to sell feather-plucked birds causing disgust for visitors.
This commitment needs to be done immediately and resolutely. The small-scale business households violated the commitment will not be allowed to do business. Relevant industries need to support and guide investor in the construction of this place to become a polite, civilized commercial area to attract tourists./.
|10/06/2019 6:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Commodity market is active again after Tet||Commodity market is active again after Tet|
After the 2021 Tan Suu Lunar New Year holiday, people started to return to work on February 17 (January 6). Accordingly, most of the stores sell items from fresh foods to eating and drinking began to be active again, purchasing power increased compared to normal days.
Prices of items from vegetables, fruits, and fruits to fresh foods are stable
Ms. Tran Thi Thuong (Ward 4, Tan An City) said: "A few days of Tet, my whole family returns to the countryside, so after Tet, I go to the market to buy all kinds of food. Prices of commodities are stable ".
At markets, prices of some fresh vegetables, tubers, fruits and food tend to decrease slightly compared to before Tet. Specifically, cucumbers cost 10,000-12,000 VND/kg, red radish 12,000-15,000 VND/kg; Guava 12,000-15,000 VND/kg; sugar mandarin 20,000-25,000 VND/kg; plums 10,000-15,000 VND/kg; ready-made earth chicken 80,000-10,000 VND/kg; Ready-made duck 70,000-75,000 VND/kg; large snakehead fish 40,000-50,000 VND/kg; bacon 140,000 VND/kg; ...
As noted, on the morning of the January 6 in Lunar New Year, the cafeterias and beverages were back to normal, some even had more customers than before Tet. Ms. Bui Thi Thanh Truc (owner of Thanh Truc coffee shop, ward 4, Tan An city) information: "The shop opened on the January 2 and January 6 in Lunar New Year just started crowded. The selling price of soft drinks of the restaurant does not increase compared to before ".
At the end of the Lunar New Year of Buffalo 2021, people return to their normal life. Thanks to the previous preparation, small businesses, from fresh products to food and beverage services, have met the shopping and enjoyment needs of people well, with stable prices.
Reported by Kim Ngoc
Translated by NT
|18/02/2021 4:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Foreign capital still heads to manufacturing, processing||Foreign capital still heads to manufacturing, processing|
The total amount of foreign investment poured into Vietnam this year to September 20 reached 21.2 billion USD, equivalent to 81.8 percent of the same period last year, reported the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
Illustrative image (Photo: VNA)
Of the sum, 13.76 billion USD were disbursed, or 96.8 percent of last year's same period.
Of the amount, 10.36 billion USD was invested in 1,947 new projects, down 5.6 percent in value and 29.4 percent in project number annually.
As many as 798 projects added a combined over 5.11 billion USD to their investment capital, down 23 percent year-on-year in project number but up 6.8 percent in value.
Up to 5.73 billion USD were spent on shares, equal to 55.1 percent of the same period last year.
Foreign investors invested in 18 sectors, with manufacturing and processing absorbing about 9.9 billion USD, or 46.6 percent of the total investment. It was followed by electricity production and distribution with more than 4.3 billion USD, or 20.6 percent, real estate with around 3.2 billion USD and wholesale and retail 1.3 billion USD.
Among 111 countries and territories investing in Vietnam, Singapore took the lead with 6.77 billion USD, making up 32 percent of the total, followed by the Republic of Korea (RoK) with 3.17 billion USD, China 1.87 billion USD, Japan, Thailand and Taiwan (China).
In term of project number, the RoK came first with 499 projects, ahead of China with 271 projects, Japan 209 and Singapore 173.
Foreign capital was poured into 60 cities and provinces. The Mekong Delta province of Bac Lieu was the top destination with a liquefied natural gas project worth 4 billion USD, or 18.8 percent of the total investment. It was followed by Ho Chi Minh City with 3.25 billion USD, Hanoi 2.92 billion USD, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Binh Duong and Hai Phong.
On the number of new projects, Ho Chi Minh City topped the list with 719 projects, followed by Hanoi with 409 and Bac Ninh 119./.
|29/09/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|The Mission of Japan International Cooperation Agency JICA worked with the Provincial People's Committee||The Mission of Japan International Cooperation Agency JICA worked with the Provincial People's Committee|
On the afternoon of November 5, 2020, the Delegation of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) led by Mr. Chikahiro Masuda - Chief Representative of JICA Office in Ho Chi Minh City had a meeting and working session with the Provincial People's Committee. Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa received and worked with the delegation.
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa (fourth from right) received and worked with the delegation
At the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa expressed his thanks for Japan's help to Vietnam in recent years. At the same time, he said that from 2014 up to now, Long An province has also had many exchanges with localities of Japan such as Hyogo Prefecture, Wakayama Prefecture, Oita Prefecture, Komaki City of Aichi Prefecture, Yokohama City of Kangawa Prefecture, Ibaraki Prefecture. In cooperation with Japan, currently in Long An province, there are 160 projects of Japanese enterprises investing in the province with a total capital of more than 532 million USD, ranking 4th in terms of number of projects and 5th in terms of total capital among countries and territories investing in Long An. Operating mainly in the field of manufacturing artificial wood planks and wood products, mechanical engineering - machine building, manufacturing - assembling electronic components, mechanical processing, agricultural - fishery processing, garment industry ... Trade turnover between Long An and Japan in the first 9 months of 2020 is 554.4 million USD, of which Long An exports to Japan is 215.3 million USD, mainly food, garment products, textile and clothing and imports were 339.1 million USD, mainly machinery and equipment. To support the activities of Japanese businesses, every year the Long An province government organizes dialogues with businesses in the province.
In recent years, Long An province has also received support from the government and associations of Japan in rural bridge construction projects, providing equipment for clinics and hospitals in remote areas, remote areas of the province. Currently, Long An province is receiving 01 Japanese volunteer to work at Long An Provincial General Hospital for 2 years according to JICA's Japanese Volunteer Program (due to Covid therefore, this volunteer has returned home and is expected to return to Long An General Hospital in the end of 2020). This is the second volunteer that Long An province has received from JICA. In the coming time, it is expected that the Provincial Psychiatric Hospital will continue to receive JICA's volunteers to perform volunteering at the locality.
On behalf of the delegation, Mr. Chikahiro Masuda - Chief Representative of JICA Office in Ho Chi Minh City, said that Vietnam was the first country in the world that the Japanese Government agreed to send volunteers back to work due to good relations between the two countries and the Government of Vietnam successfully controlled the Covid-19 epidemic. He wished that the province would create good conditions for volunteers to return to work at the provincial General Hospital to have an effective term (from April 2019 to April 2021). He said Japan International Cooperation Agency JICA will continue to discuss cooperation and assistance programs in all fields for Long An province in the coming time.
Reported by Ngoc Lan
Translated by NT
|07/11/2020 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Vice Chairman of Long An People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam inspects the prevention and control of drought and salt in the dry season in 2021||Vice Chairman of Long An People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam inspects the prevention and control of drought and salt in the dry season in 2021|
On February 19, Vice Chairman of Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam and leaders of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development checked the reality in some localities on the implementation of measures to prevent and combat drought, lack of water, saline water intrusion to serve agricultural production and people's livelihood in the dry season of 2021.
The delegation inspects the construction and operation of irrigation and saline prevention works in Thu Thua district
The delegation inspects the construction and operation of the irrigation and saline prevention system at Chau Phe, Rach Chanh sluice (Tan An city), Nhut Tao sluice (Tan Tru district), Cay Gao 1 sluice, Rach Dao (Thu Thua district) and Ba Hai Mang canal, Bun Ba Cua canal, Kenh 1 canal (Thanh Hoa district).
Due to the drought, saline intrusion in the province takes place in the system of two rivers Vam Co Dong and Vam Co Tay, the time when salinity occurs in phases during high tides, irrigation works ( culverts) the focal point along 2 rivers has been closed early, the ability to take fresh water for additional is very limited.
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam (right) directs all levels and sectors not to neglect the work of drought and salt prevention.
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam said: This year, Long An has actively introduced structural and non-structural solutions, so far it is still guaranteed to have water for production and people living in the province. . However, the Provincial People's Committee also instructed the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to continue coordinating with localities to regularly check salinity, enhance forecasting on rivers, and promote propaganda for the people. join hands to prevent and combat drought and salt.
Reported by Le Ngoc
Translated by NT
|22/02/2021 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: There are 2 enterprises to be honored with national brand products||Long An: There are 2 enterprises to be honored with national brand products|
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has just announced that the product has achieved the National Brand Vietnam in 2020. The Organizing Committee has selected and recognized 124 enterprises with a total of 283 products reaching the national level of Vietnam in 2020. Here are enterprises that meet the criteria system of Vietnam National Assembly and are typical enterprises, representing Vietnamese Trademarks.
VinaOne Steel Manufacturing Factory
Among the 124 companies selected, Long An has 2 companies specializing in the production of iron and steel, TVP Steel Joint Stock Company and VinaOne Steel Manufacturing Joint Stock Company. Enterprises whose products are voted must meet 3 criteria: Quality, innovation and pioneering capacity.
Minister of Industry and Trade, Chairman of Vietnam National Brand Council -Tran Tuan Anh affirmed that the program has undergone 17 years of voting, contributing to raising awareness of the business community about the important role of brands in domestic increase the value of the product as well as the value of the enterprise. Since then, the company's products improve their competitiveness and affirm their position in the domestic market and develop the export market despite facing many difficulties and challenges in recent years, especially in The Covid-19 translation scene was unpredictable in all over the world.
Speaking at the award ceremony, the governing body, the Standing Deputy Prime Minister of the Government - Truong Hoa Binh requested that the Ministry of Industry and Trade need to fully absorb the proposals and recommendations of businesses to effectively coordinate with related ministries and agencies to facilitate policies, mechanisms and resources, support enterprises in general and national brand enterprises in particular to participate more actively in the process of building and advertising promote the image of Vietnam.
Standing Deputy Prime Minister of the Government - Truong Hoa Binh believes that in the coming time there will be more and more Vietnamese enterprises interested in participating and meeting the criteria of the program, striving to have over 1,000 products by 2030 achieving the Vietnam National Assembly as the set target, contributing to affirm that Vietnam is a country with high quality goods and services and highly competitive in the international market.
Reported by Gia Han
Translated by NT
|10/12/2020 5:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Enterprises gradually stabilize production and business||Enterprises gradually stabilize production and business|
After the Covid-19 epidemic had been well controlled in Vietnam, the production and business activities of the enterprise flourished again.
In the context of the recent epidemic, most manufacturing industries in Vietnam have suffered from an interrupted supply chain. However, with good disease control, Vietnamese enterprises are much more advantageous than companies in the same industry in foreign countries to compete better. According to the Director of An Long Food Joint Stock Company (Company) - Huynh Tuan Phuong Mai, after the epidemic, the company has made more efforts in seeking opportunities, maintaining production and business activities. In addition, the company has many advantages over other businesses as having an inland waterway port in Long Dinh - Long Cang Industrial Cluster, so it is easy to operate goods up and down, reducing investment costs.
Production worker at the factory of An Long Company
In 9 months of 2020, An Long Inland Port Company received 28 ships with a capacity of 3,000 tons / trip. The total import value is over 45 million USD. At the same time, also at this port, the company exported 22,000 tons of cooking oil with a value of more than 18 million USD to Cambodia. According to Ms. Huynh Tuan Phuong Mai, in order to stabilize the post-translation business, the company has applied many new business strategies as well as appropriate sales policies to stimulate the market. Thereby, in 9 months, the total output of product consumption of the company reached 70,000 tons, revenue reached more than 1,300 billion. At the same time, the company paid 106 billion dong to the budget, up 15 percent over the same period in 2019. As a result, the company has better conditions to take care of the workers' lives, the employee's income increased by 20 percent compared to 2019, reaching an average of 8.6 million VND / person / month.
As a foreign-invested enterprise, Semitec Electronics Co., Ltd. invests in production and business in Kizuna factory area (Tan Kim Industrial Park, Can Giuoc district) specializing in manufacturing electronic components (temperature sensors). Used for temperature measuring equipment such as cars, OA equipment and home appliances. According to representatives of the company, up to this point, the Vietnamese economy is flourishing after the epidemic thanks to very effective disease prevention and control. Businesses also benefit from this.
Production worker at the factory Semitec Electronics Company
Ms. Huynh Thi Thu Ha, representative of the company, said that due to the negative impact from the Covid-19 epidemic in other countries, many orders from member companies in other countries were transferred to Vietnam by the parent company. Because, Vietnam is a brilliant candidate when it is located in the most dynamically developed region in the world and has good disease control. If the time before the epidemic, on average each month, the company only produced from 2.5 to 2.8 million products, now, the company produces 3-3.5 million products/month to meet the demand. customer demand. To be able to meet the orders well for customers, the company has recruited 200 more workers, bringing the total number of workers to more than 570 people. In order to encourage employees to stick and feel secure with their jobs, in addition to the regular benefits they enjoy, workers also receive an increase in salary, currently about 10 million VND/person/ month.
According to Ms. Huynh Thi Thu Ha, at present, in some countries, the epidemic breaks out again, making the production of member companies difficult. Therefore, the company is making more efforts to ensure production, along with overcoming difficulties with the parent company in foreign countries. Therefore, the company is expanding production and business, concentrating resources for development, promoting production, increasing labor productivity to meet market demand.
According to forecasts, the epidemic outbreak is now back in many countries, this is also a good business opportunity for Vietnamese enterprises to grasp opportunities. To prepare for the next stage, Ms. Huynh Tuan Phuong Mai shared, An Long Company is promoting the marketing channel of goods, training personnel so that high quality products meet international standards. At the same time, she hopes all levels of authorities will continue to support the company to soon implement the An Nhut Tan Industrial Cluster project in order to expand, increase capacity and invest deeply to create valuable products, better serve consumers, contribute to the economic growth of the province.
Reported by Gia Han
Translated by NT
|20/11/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Efforts to increase state budget revenue||Efforts to increase state budget revenue|
Localities in Long An province are focusing on implementing many measures to increase state budget revenue, ensure to achieve and exceed the annual plan estimate.
By the end of October 2020, Duc Hoa district had budget revenue of nearly 990 billion VND, including the contribution of businesses. Photo: Thanh My
Focus on exploiting well sources of revenue
As one of the province's key industrial development, the socio-economic district of Duc Hoa district has had many strong changes compared to before. The district is constantly innovating, developing, and rising to the top of the province. Economic growth is stable and maintained at a relatively high level. The people's spiritual and material life has been continuously improved. This result has the contribution of state budget collection.
Determining the state budget plays an important role in socio-economic development, so right from the beginning of the year, when being assigned revenue estimates from the provincial level, the leaders of Duc Hoa district focused on drastic direction and implementation solutions to ensure the good exploitation of revenue sources, correctly and fully collectively and to increase revenue sources in the locality. For the high revenues, the district continues to promote; while the revenues are low, the locality always finds solutions for timely disassembly. As a result, the state budget revenue in the district next year is always higher than the previous year. If in 2016, the district budgeted more than 500 billion VND, in 2019 it was more than 1,200 billion VND, a high rate compared to the estimate assigned by the province or district. The average annual budget revenue in the district increased more than 12 percent.
Long An's socio-economic development has the contribution of state budget collection
According to representatives of ATAD Steel Structure Joint Stock Company (Duc Hoa Thuong Commune, Duc Hoa District), the company always strives to complete annual production and business plans to ensure the interests of employees, unit profit. The company always complies with and fully complies with the provisions of the law, including financial obligations to the State. The company declares taxes, pays taxes in full according to regulations, contributing to local development.
According to Chairman of the People's Committee of Duc Hoa district - Le Truong Chinh, from the beginning of the year, the district has proposed specific solutions to effectively implement, since then, the State budget collection has made many breakthroughs in the past. The district promotes the exploitation and good management of revenue sources associated with the inspection and prevention of tax loss. By the end of October 2020, the total state budget revenue in the district reached nearly 990 billion VND (reaching 100.42 percent of the estimate assigned by the province, reaching 89.83 percent of the estimate assigned by the district and equaling 100,37 percent over the same period).
Strengthening the management of state budget revenues
Chairman of the People's Committee of Duc Hoa district - Le Truong Chinh said: Over the past time, the Covid-19 epidemic has affected the operations of a number of units and enterprises, causing difficulties and challenges in the work. State budget collection. In order to fulfill the task of State budget collection, the district directs tax authorities, related departments and divisions to strengthen key solutions. In particular, the district promotes a sense of responsibility, initiative, creativity, synchronous implementation of effective tax management solutions, strictly controlling revenue sources, ...
In addition, the district promptly propagated new tax policies for taxpayers to grasp and implement; organize dialogues, remove related problems, create favorable conditions for taxpayers; strengthening tax administrative procedure reform. At the same time, the district organizes to exploit well sources of revenue, nurture revenue sources, strictly control the revenues, properly and fully collect, striving to exceed the estimate of the annual State budget revenue ordinance.
Similarly, Can Giuoc district clearly defines the important role of state budget revenue for local socio-economic development. District leaders consider this a key task and implement many solutions to complete the highest estimate assigned by the province and district. The district organizes the good exploitation of revenue sources, increases revenue sources, strictly controls revenues, collects correct and sufficient revenues and prevents revenue loss. Monthly, quarterly, the district checks the collection progress and compares it with the plan to have effective solutions for disassembly and collection. Thanks to that, the state budget collection in the district has made breakthroughs and achieved many positive numbers.
By the end of October 2020, Can Giuoc district had state budget revenue of about 500 billion VND
Mr. Nguyen Huu Toan lives in Can Giuoc town, Can Giuoc district, said: "My family actively participates in programs and activities launched by the locality. Small family business, always compliant and fully pay taxes according to the State's regulations to contribute to the construction of the homeland ".
Chairman of the People's Committee of Can Giuoc district - Nguyen Tuan Thanh informated: The total state budget revenue in the district by the end of October 2020 is about 500 billion VND (reaching 96.32 percent of the estimate assigned by the province, reaching 91.86 percent of district estimates assigned at the beginning of the year, as much as 129.54 percent over the same period in 2019). State budget collection in the province has recently achieved positive numbers. In addition to the achievement, the state budget revenue is affected due to the extension of time to pay value added tax, corporate income tax, personal income tax and land rental according to Decree No. 41/ND-CP, April 8, 2020 on extension of tax and land rental payment deadline; at the same time, implementing tax exemption or reduction for business households that are suspended or terminated due to the implementation of Directive No. 16/CT-TTg, dated March 31, 2020 of the Prime Minister and Official Telegram No. 1655/CD-UBND, March 31, 2020 of the Provincial People's Committee.
The district will direct departments and divisions to strengthen coordination with Tax Departments, People's Committees of communes and towns to focus heavily on the prevention of tax loss and tax arrears. In addition, the district strengthens inspection, especially in the areas, where revenues are likely to lose revenue; promote propaganda of new tax policies, actively guide taxpayers in tax declaration, fulfill tax obligations; strengthen the mobilization of collection of fees and charges of all kinds, especially the collection of garbage charges; focus on exploiting deferred taxes due; to focus on directing the collection of key revenue sources such as value added tax, corporate income tax, and personal income tax. At the same time, the district organizes the implementation of policies on solving difficulties, assisting taxpayers to cope with the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic to the right people (tax extension, tax reduction, ...) to try to ensure that the State budget revenue reaches and exceeds the planned estimate. In addition, the district checks, manages and closely supervises recurrent expenditure, ensuring that spending is in accordance with the annual budget plan arranged in the spirit of thrift. Based on revenue sources, allocating expenditures appropriately, minimizing unplanned expenses that are not really necessary and making state budget estimates for 2021.
According to the representative of the Provincial Tax Department, every year, when the budget estimates are assigned, the provincial advisory unit drastically directs the state budget collection, coordinates with departments, agencies, and localities in the management process, tax collection, well-exploitation of revenue sources, strengthening the prevention of revenue loss and collection of outstanding debts, ... Besides, the unit also organizes propaganda and dissemination of new tax regulations and policies to taxpayers, reform of administrative procedures in the tax sector, ... to ensure the achievement and exceeding of the assigned estimate according to the plan.
Reported by Thanh My
Translated by NT
|04/11/2020 3:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Hai Son - Duc Hoa Dong Industrial Complex commenced||Hai Son - Duc Hoa Dong Industrial Complex commenced|
On June 27, Hai Son Co., Ltd. held a groundbreaking ceremony of Hai Son Industrial Cluster, Duc Hoa Dong Commune, Duc Hoa District, Long An Province. Former State President - Truong Tan Sang; Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Pham Van Ranh attended the ceremony.
Delegates and Hai Son Co., Ltd perform the groundbreaking ceremony of Hai Son - Duc Hoa Dong Industrial Cluster
Hai Son Co., Ltd is one of the major investors and developers of Long An province, with a total area of 1,800 hectares, chartered capital of 2,000 billion VND. Projects that have been developed include Hai Son Duc Hoa Ha Industrial Park, Hai Son Duc Hoa Dong Industrial Cluster, Luong Binh Industrial Cluster, Hai Son Long Thuong Industrial Cluster, Urban Residential and Xuyen A Industrial Park.
Hai Son - Duc Hoa Dong industrial Cluster has a total area of 261 hectares. With the advantage competitive price, prestige, experience, good investment infrastructure, convenient transportation location adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City, the industrial cluster attracts 55 operating businesses, reaching a turnover of 1,500 billion VND.
Memorandum of land sublease between Hai Son Co., Ltd. and the secondary investor is signed
At the ground-breaking ceremony, many new investors signed investment cooperation contracts with the industrial cluster. This is an important project, Hai Son Co., Ltd hopes to contribute to the roadmap to build Long An into a bright development point in the gateway area of the Southwest region and the socio-economic development plan of the province.
In addition to contributing to the budget of hundreds of billion VND, in recent years, Hai Son Co., Ltd. has also contributed to creating jobs and restructuring the labor force in the province as well as well implementing the social security activities in the locality such as contributing to the Fund for the Poor, donating 40 gratitude houses, building 2 rural bridges with a total budget of 6 billion VND.
At the ceremony, the company continued to donate 40 houses of gratitude to the policy beneficiary family with the value of more than 2.4 billion VND and built two bridges in Duc Hoa district worth 3.5 billion VND.
Chairman of the Board of Members of Hai Son - Trinh Van Hai Co., Ltd awards a symbolic board of support to build 40 gratitude houses with the value of 2.4 billion VND, build 2 bridges worth 3.5 billion VND.
Speaking at the ceremony, former State President - Truong Tan Sang expressed his expectation that Hai Son Co., Ltd. will be a strategic investor to beautify Long An richer and more beautiful in the future. He also reminded that in the process of operation, the company must always follow the direction of localities to implement industrialization and modernization associated with urbanization, ensuring environmental requirements, contributing to bringing the area in the suburbs of Ho Chi Minh City becoming a vibrant industrial and urban area.
Reported by An Thuan
Translated by NT
|29/06/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Ministry of Health guides treatment and prevention of 2019-nCoV||Ministry of Health guides treatment and prevention of 2019-nCoV|
On February 8, the Ministry of Health organized an online conference on the treatment and prevention of acute respiratory disease caused by the new strain of novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Deputy Minister of Health - Nguyen Thanh Long chaired the conference. Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Tan Hoa chaired at Long An end-point bridge.
Currently, the epidemic has no specific treatment medicines and vaccines so the major methods are supportive and symptomatic treatment. The main preventive measures are early detection and quarantine of cases.
At the conference, delegates were updated on the disease situation in the world and Vietnam; the plan to respond to each epidemic level; the medical division for treatment; the treatment direction and management; the guidance on diagnosis and treatment of nCoV epidemic; the treatment experience of Cho Ray Hospital and Thanh Hoa General Hospital; etc.
WHO Chief Representative in Vietnam - Kidong Park highly appreciated the efforts of the Government and health sector of Vietnam in drastically preventing the epidemic, responding to emergencies, reporting epidemic outbreaks and effectively quarantining cases.
He hoped that all health officials and staff would be updated on epidemic treatment and prevention. He also called on everyone in the world to join hands in responding to the epidemic.
Leaders of the Ministry of Health require the provincial Health sector to proactively control epidemics, re-check patient rooms, build quarantine areas that ensure standards and safety for the patients to avoid cross-contamination; prepare well equipment for district health facilities; announce the list of rapid response teams and hotline to answer people's questions, etc./.
|08/02/2020 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: Industrial production index in November increases by 1.89 percent||Long An: Industrial production index in November increases by 1.89 percent|
In November 2019, Long An's industrial production index increased by 1.89 percent over the previous month, up 14.48 percent over the same period last year. Accumulated over the past 11 months, the industrial production index increased by 15.07 percent over the same period last year (the same period increased by 15.97 percent).
The index of iron and steel finished products increases by 30.1 percent
In particular, processing and manufacturing industry increased by 15 percent; electricity production and distribution increased by 17.81 percent; water supply as well as waste and wastewater management, treatment increased by 13.15 percent over the same period.
The index of 56 out of 75 groups increased over the same period, including construction bricks (increasing by 62.7 percent); plastic products (increasing by 37.6 percent); iron and steel finished products (increasing by 30.1 percent); wooden products (increasing by 26.8 percent); yarn of all kinds (increasing by 26.3 percent); wall paint (increasing by 21.2 percent); mineral and chemical fertilizers (increasing by 18.8 percent); commercial electricity (increasing by 17.8 percent); finished fabric (increasing by 14.2 percent); mineral water (increasing by 12.6 percent); pharmaceutical products (increasing by 12.4 percent); cashew kernels (increasing by 5.4 percent); backpacks, bags (increasing by 3.6 percent), and rice milling (increasing by 3 percent).
Especially, after negative growth due to the impact of African swine fever, animal feed products started to increase again but very little (only 0.1 percent).
The index of footwear production decreases by 2.8 percent
The sectors that have the reduction index are bottled beer production (decreasing by 16.2 percent); footwear (decreasing by 2.8 percent); garments (decreasing by 7.2 percent); making clothes for adults (decreasing by 6.7 percent); iron and rolled steel production (decreasing by 4.4 percent); tobacco production (decreasing by 4 percent); and ready-mixed concrete production (decreasing by 3.7 percent)./.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by Lan Vy
|03/12/2019 4:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Information about Long An province and orientation development of Long An province in the coming time||Information about Long An province and orientation development of Long An province in the coming time|
I. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION
Information about Long An province and orientation development of Long An province in the coming time. (Imagine: Source Internet)
Long An province borders Ho Chi Minh City and Tay Ninh province to the East, the Kingdom of Cambodia to the North, Dong Thap province to the West and Tien Giang province to the South.
Long An province has its especially geographical location, though located in the Mekong Delta but belongs to the Southern Focal Economic Zone development, and it is identified as the key economic role particularly important in Vietnam's economic development strategy. Long An has a national boundary with Cambodia of which 132,977 km long with two border gates of Binh Hiep International Border Gate (Moc Hoa district) and Tho Mo Border Gate (Duc Hue district). Long An province is the gateway connecting the Southeast with the Mekong Delta with the same city boundary in particular to Ho Chi Minh City through road transport systems such as National Highway No.1A, National Highway N. 50,. . . provincial roads No. 823, No.824, No. 825 etc. . . Inter- regional and national waterways have been upgraded, expanded, newly built, and creating dynamics and opportunities for development. In addition to that, Long An also enjoys water from two systems of the Mekong and Dong Nai.
Being a province adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City that has an increasingly close economic relationship with the Southern Focal Economic Zone in especially Ho Chi Minh City which is an important southern region that has provided 50% of its production. The country's industrial output and the country's investment and technology transfer partners are the largest market for agricultural commodities in the Mekong Delta region
The natural area of the province is 449,194.49 hectares, population of 1,542,606 (According to the population data as of May 2013). Geographic coordinates: 105030'30' to 106047'02'' East longitude and 10023'40' to 110 02'00'' Northern latitude.
Long An province has 15 affiliated administration units, including the districts of Duc Hue, Duc Hoa, Ben Luc, Can Duoc, Can Giuoc, Thu Thua, Tan Tru, Chau Thanh, Thanh Hoa, Tan Thanh, Moc Hoa, Vinh Hung, Tan Hung, Kien Tuong town and Tan An city; There are 188 communal administrative units, including 162 communes, 12 wards and 14 towns.
II. DEVELOPMENT VIEWPOINTS
1. The socio-economic development of Long An province to 2020 and vision to 2030 must be consistent with the strategy of economic development society of the entire country, the overall planning of socio-economic development in Mekong Delta region; To ensure uniformity and consistency with categories and planning fields.
2. Maximize the potential and advantages of the province; Efficiently exploiting and using all resources for speeding the development, sustainable socio-economic development and protecting the ecological environment; To promote economic restructuring, improve the quality of growth and competitiveness of the economy.
3. Economic development must be in associated with implementation of social progress and justice and natural resources protection measures and the environment to gradually improve the quality of life for people and gradually reduce the rate of poor households; medical, cultural, educational and training development. Focusing on training high-quality human resources to meet market demands in associating human resource development with scientific and technological development and application.
4. Closely combining economic development with ensuring political security and social order and safety; To maintain national defense and security with the position that Long An is located in the border region of the Mekong Delta and in the economic integration of Southeast Asia and internationally.
III. DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES IN THE COMING TIME
1. General objectives
- Building Long An into a sustainable and harmonious development province in combining between urban and rural areas; Having high technology level, synchronous and modern infrastructure system as well as quality human resources; Material and spiritual life of the people are constantly improved; Having strong national defense and security and ensure social order and safety.
2. Specific objectives
a) For economy sector:
- By 2020: GDP per capita will reach VND 80 million/person/year (approximately $ 3,800); The proportion of agriculture, industry and services in the GDP structure will account for 15%, 45% and 40% in respectively; State budget revenues in the province is expected to be accounted for 10.8% of GDP; The ability to mobilize investment capital from the state budget revenue accounts for 29.6%.
- Vision toward 2030: GDP per capita will reach VND 172 million/ person/year (approximately $ 8,000); the proportion of agriculture, industry and services in the GDP structure accounts for 7%, 48% and 45% in respectively; State budget revenues in the province is expected to be accounted for 10.8% of GDP; The ability to mobilize investment capital from the state budget revenue accounts for 29.6%.
b) Social aspect:
- Vision to 2030:
- Birth rate expects for dropping to about 1.5%; Life expectancy is an average at 78 years old; Malnutrition rate among children under 5 years old is about 10%; The number of hospital beds for 10,000 people is 30 beds; The minimum number of doctors in each commune is 3 doctors and there are 10 doctors for 10,000 people.
- The percentage of trained workers is 70%; Urban unemployment rate is 2%; The number of trained laborers is 762,720 people and creating jobs for 190,000 people;
- To strive for achieving 100% of preschools meeting national standards; The number of people at college or university degrees or higher level/1000 people is 200 people; There is 95% of Center for cultural activities at the provincial level.
c) Regarding environmental protection:
- Ensuring awareness in the community and strengthening the capacity of stakeholders on environmental issues; To protect and sustainably exploit natural resources; To reduce pollution and environmental degradation.
- Ensuring national defense and security, maintaining political stability, curbing the increase, gradually reducing crime and social evils.
IV. OPERATION SITUATION OF AREA, INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS
1. Industrial Parks
- Up to date, the entire province has 31 Industrial Parks (IPs) that have been added by the Prime Minister for the development planning of industrial parks in Vietnam in 2015 and orientation to 2020 with a total area of 11,391.95 hectares.
- There are currently 42 infrastructure investors (Duc Hoa III Industrial Park has 13 infrastructure projects for sub-component); 25 industrial zones have been granted for Investment Certificates with an area of 8,450.90 hectares, specifically:
- There are currently 06 Industrial Parks have been put into operation (as of February 20, 2020) with a total planning area of 3,776.94 hectares, of which: industrial land area capable of leasing 2,651.92 hectares, the area of industrial land leased was 2,285.53 hectares, the occupancy rate reached 86.18%.
- Industrial Parks have not been put into operation, are in the process of carrying out investment procedures, ground clearance and infrastructure investment.
* General assessment of industrial park
* Achieved assessment
- Investment attraction: In the year of 2019 (as of December 31, 2019), the area of filled industrial land increased by 70.07 hectares. The entire province currently has 16 industrial parks in operation with a total planning area of 3,776.94 hectares, of which the area of industrial land that is capable of leasing 2,651.92 hectares, the area of industrial land leased 2,274.46 hectares, the occupancy rate reaches 85.77%.
- Industrial zones have attracted 1,548 investment projects, including 755 foreign investment projects with a total investment of $ 4,213.42 million and 793 domestic investment projects with a total investment of VND 86,705.81 billions. For border gate economic zones, there are 02 foreign investment projects with total investment capital of $ 75 million in the area of 21.2 hectares and 02 domestic investment projects with land lease area of 0.66 hectares.
* Restrictions and facts
- In terms of site clearance: among 16 operating industrial parks, there are a number of industrial parks still having problems in site clearance affecting the implementation of infrastructure investment and investment attraction.
- For 12 industrial parks that have not yet been put into operation, there are still many industrial zones having difficulties in compensation and site clearance, some industrial parks have high clearance rates but have not been able to deploy complete investment to collect investment attraction.
2. Industrial clusters
- According to the adjustment project of Industrial Clusters Development Plan (ICs) to 2020 approved by the Provincial People's Committee in Decision No.1315/QD-UBND dated April 23, 2018 (approved for adjustment in Decision No.1844/QD-UBND dated May 29, 2019). Long An province has planned 62 ICs with a total area of 3,106.5 hectares. Up to date, Provincial People's Committee has approved infrastructure investment policy for 52 ICs with a total area of about 2,552.5 hectares. The development of ICs in the entire province as follows:
(1) There are 21/62 ICs that had investment policy and put into operation with a total area of 1,081.2 hectares;
(2) There are 31/62 ICs (1,471.3 hectares) that have had investment guidelines and are in the implementation stage;
(3) There are 10 ICs (554 hectares) in the plan that have not yet been established, including: 05 ICs (266.6 hectares) in the area of investment policy in Can Giuoc district (the ICs of Phuoc Vinh Dong 1,2,3,4 and Tan Lap IC) those are under performed procedures to select investors; 03 ICs in Duc Hoa district (Hiep Hoa town cluster for 50 hectares are in the procedures for public land auction, Tan My 1 IC (45 hectares) and Tan My 2 IC (42.4 hectares) have not yet been adjusted for land use plan, so it is impossible to decide on establishment); For the 02 ICs in Ben Luc district (Industrial cluster in Luong Binh commune for 75 hectares; Nhut Chanh II Industrial Cluster, Nhut Chanh communal Industrial Cluster for 75 hectares) .
* General assessment of ICs
- Among 31 ICs (1,471.3 hectares), which have had investment guidelines and are in the implementation stage, 10 ICs (366 hectares) had investment policies before the approval of the Scheme Adjusting Planning Development Plan for infrastructure investment and 21 ICs (1,105.3 hectares) have been established since the end of 2018 .
V. ORIENTATIONS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING IN LONG AN PROVINCE IN THE COMING TIME
1. Focusing on industrial development, contributing to economic growth, especially developing new industries such as supporting industries and processing industries (deepen into the processing of agricultural and aquatic products such as canning, juice, drying), energy industry. Continue to effectively implement solutions to restructure industry. Focusing on attracting and supporting key investment projects; The priorities should be given to attracting supporting industries, advanced industries and environmentally friendly ones. Investing in completing for integrated infrastructure for industrial development, especially transportation, electricity and water supply. Focusing on resolving problems and difficulties to accelerate infrastructure investment in industrial parks and clusters; to increase clean land fund for its investment attraction. In which, it is necessary to focus on well implementing of compensation works such as site clearance, resettlement, minimizing the status of delayed implementation projects due to ground clearance problems. Actively mobilizing non-budgetary resources to invest in infrastructure.
2. To concentrate resources on investment in technical and social infrastructures to connect between industrial parks and industrial clusters according to approved plans, creating a motive force to support development links between regions and regions, localities in the province. Strengthening coordination between Long An province and Ho Chi Minh City to implement construction and urban planning, technical and social infrastructure projects in the adjacent areas of the two localities for having a comprehensive connection of investment projects.
3. Effectively implementing the urban development program of Long An province in accordance with the development orientation of the National Urban Area and the Southern Focal Economic Zone in accordance with the development orientation of satellite cities in Ho Chi Minh City. In which, taking Tan An city as the center for politics, economy, science and technology, culture, provincial transportation hub, building towards to smart cities and striving to become a capital city by 2030 at category 1; Kien Tuong town is the central urban area of Dong Thap Muoi region of the province; The districts of Hau Nghia, Duc Hoa, Ben Luc, Can Duoc and Can Giuoc are in the key economic region of the province and locates in adjacent areas to Ho Chi Minh City. Urban planning must ensure its quality, vision and approach towards sustainable urban areas such as green urban areas, ecological urban areas, and towards to smart cities. Strengthen urban quality management; Restoring land resource order and urban management.
4. Trade promotion and service development: Focusing on attracting investment in developing modern commercial infrastructure, port services, border gates, warehousing, logistics, financial services, etc. Renewing and improving the effective of trade promotion and supporting businesses to penetrate new consumption markets, especially fastidious markets to diversify export markets; To be focused on building brands and product trademarks. To strengthen measures to inspect and controlling markets in term of against smuggling and trade frauds. Focusing on developing attractive tourism products to attract tourists on the basis of promoting ecotourism potentials, relics, cultural history and linking with other provinces and cities in the region. .
5. Enhancing the improvement of investment and business environment: Enhancing dialogue with enterprises and investors; To shorten time processing, improving the process of receiving and returning results through administrative procedure. To announce and publicize major investment plans and projects so that enterprises, investors and people can get information.
6. Continuing to renovate budget revenue and expenditure works, increasing the sustainability of revenue sources: Effectively exploiting revenue sources, combating losses revenue, transfer pricing and tax debts; To achieve annually exceed the assigned budget order; Striving for budget autonomy in according to the Central's policy. Making public spending economically and efficiently, increasing development investment rate and reducing recurrent spending rate. It is strictly control of credit activities, prioritizing credit capital for small and medium-sized enterprises, develop agriculture and cooperatives.
Source: Long An Portal
|05/10/2020 4:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Secretary of Long An Party Committee - Nguyen Van Duoc visited and worked with enterprises in Ben Luc, Can Duoc||Secretary of Long An Party Committee - Nguyen Van Duoc visited and worked with enterprises in Ben Luc, Can Duoc|
On February 20, the Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc had a meeting and worked with 4 business units located in Ben Luc district and Can Duoc district. Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam, leaders such as Department of Planning and Investment, Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Transport, Economic Zone Authority, Can Duoc district and Ben Luc district attended the meeting.
Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc (3rd from the left, standing row) presents gifts, visits about the activities of Thuan Dao Industrial Park
Accordingly, the delegation visited and worked at Huafu Vietnam Company Limited (Expanded Thuan Dao Industrial Park, in Can Duoc district), Thuan Dao Industrial Park Management Board (Ben Luc district), Vina Eco Board Company Limited (Phu An Thanh Industrial Park, Ben Luc district), Phu An Thanh Industrial Park Management Board (Ben Luc district).
The delegation worked, visited about production at Huafu Vietnam One Member Limited Company
At each destination, the delegation spent a lot of time to visit about the results of production and business activities in 2020 and the orientation of the year 2021; how to prevent enterprises from the complicated development of the Covid-19 epidemic to protect production activities and workers' health.
Reports to the Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee and the delegation, Huafu Vietnam One Member Company Limited and Vina Eco Board Company, in 2020, the business and production situation of enterprises in Vietnam is quite good, production activities export is still going on normally. Because in Vietnam, the authorities at all levels control the Covid-19 epidemic well. However, in the world, the epidemic is complicated, the consumption trend decreases, so businesses are more or less affected, the export output decreases more than in 2019.
Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc visited and worked at Vina Eco Board Co., Ltd
To prevent epidemics for employees, businesses strictly implement many measures such as daily temperature measurement before entering the workplace, equipping masks, hand sanitizer, and enhancing diet nutrition during mid-shift meals, taking care of the salary and income regime in time.
For two enterprises, which are investors of Thuan Dao industrial zones and Phu An Thanh industrial zones, in 2020 two enterprises continue to support secondary investors; invest in and improve technical infrastructure associated with attracting investment in the Industrial Park. Currently, both of these two units are implementing the procedures to expand the Industrial Park to better meet the needs of secondary investors, especially high quality industries.
Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc (4th from the left) and the delegation gave gifts and wished the Management Board of Phu An Thanh Industrial Park a new successful year
At the visiting places, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Nguyen Van Duoc expressed his joy at the positive working atmosphere at the beginning of the year of the enterprise. The Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee also acknowledged the efforts of the business in the production and business process, in taking care of the lives of workers. On the occasion of the new year, the Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee and the working delegation wished the enterprise vigilance, all New Year employees, prosperity and success in their work. With the active labor, production of companies in the first days of the new year will contribute to the completion of the socio-economic development targets of the province.
The Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee emphasized that with the spirit of "Accompanying with businesses", the provincial leaders pledged to create a favorable environment to support businesses to develop, to have specific solutions to remove and solve resolving obstacles for enterprises to speed up infrastructure investment. In the coming time, Long An will have more clean land bank, increase the area of industrial land that can be leased, attract big investors, bring economic efficiency to the province.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by NT
|22/02/2021 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|