|Former State President – Truong Tan San surveyed the construction of rural bridges in Kien Tuong town||Former State President – Truong Tan San surveyed the construction of rural bridges in Kien Tuong town|
In the morning of November 02nd, former State President – Truong Tan Sang, Vice Chairman of Long An provincial People’s Committee – Pham Van Canh and the leaders of Kien Tuong town, Long An province and sponsor unit (Banpu Power Public Company) came to survey and support the construction of rural bridges in the town.
The delegation directly surveys bridges in 3 border communes of Kien Tuong town
The delegation directly surveyed bridges in 3 communes: Binh Hiep, Thanh Tri and Binh Tan. The bridges have been degraded, some temporary wooden bridges were rotted which was not safe for traffic.
After the survey, the delegation agreed to build 6 bridges with a design width of 3.5m, and a load of over 5 tons. The total investment of VND 5 billion would be supported by Banpu Power Public Company (Thailand) thanks to the Former President Truong Tan Sang's encouragement.
The completion of these bridges would not only contribute to promoting local socio-economic development, creating favorable conditions for people to travel, but also play an important role in national defense and security in border communes of Kien Tuong town./.
Reported by Tuan Hung
Translated by Lan Vy
|04/11/2019 12:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Economic growth projected to reach about 7 percent in 2021||Economic growth projected to reach about 7 percent in 2021|
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has issued a directive on the building of plans for socio-economic development and State budget estimate for 2021, with a target of about 7 percent of economic growth for the year.
Processing fresh lychee for export (Photo: VNA)
Under Directive 31/CT-TTg, the PM asked ministries, ministry-level agencies, Government-run agencies, economic groups, and centrally-run cities and provinces to design their own plans on the foundation of the implementation of socio-economic plans in 2020 as well as forecast on domestic, regional and global situation in the next period.
Targets in the plans must be aligned to the socio-economic development strategy for the 2021-2030 period as well as the five-year plan for 2021-2025.
The directive also outlines some targets besides the 7-percent growth of the national economy in 2021, including an increase of about 9-11 percent in budget revenue from domestic production and business activities compared to the estimated collection in 2020. The targeted increases for each locality will depend on its specific conditions, characteristics and development speed.
Meanwhile, revenues from import-export activities in 2021 are projected to rise about 4-6 percent over the results in 2020.
The directive also clarifies major orientations and tasks for next year, including continuing to complete the socialist-oriented market economy institutions, promoting fast and sustainable growth, speeding up economic restructuring, broadening import- export markets, and enhancing the quality and efficiency of human resources./.
|04/08/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|FDI attraction totals over 15.6 billion USD||FDI attraction totals over 15.6 billion USD|
As of June 20, foreign investors' the newly registered and adjusted capital and capital for purchasing shares in Vietnam totaled 15.67 billion USD the first 6 months this year, nearly 85% of the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
|01/07/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: 3 rice export businessmen have signed an agreement with the retail distribution system to supply reserved rice ||Long An: 3 rice export businessmen have signed an agreement with the retail distribution system to supply reserved rice |
Information from Long An the Department of Industry and Trade, implementing Official Letter No. 3198 / BCT-XNK dated May 6, 2020 of the Ministry of Industry and Trade on the implementation of Notice No. 172 / TB-VPCP dated April 29, 2020 of The Government Office, Long An has three rice export businessmen that are tasked with signing an agreement with at least one supermarket system to guarantee a 5 percent reserve when required.
Accordingly, Tan Dong Tien Joint Stock Company signed an agreement to supply rice with Vinh Hien Farm Co., Ltd. Vinh Hien Farm is a company specializing in supplying and distributing rice into Vinh Hien chain stores and Co.op-mart supermarket, Bach Hoa Xanh.
Leaders of Department of Industry and Trade check rice reserves at Long An Food Company
Long An Food Company and Duong Vu Co., Ltd signed a rice supply agreement with San Ha Co., Ltd San Ha Company has a chain of convenient stores, SanHaFoodstore.
Leaders of the Department of Industry and Trade also added that, in 2020, despite the effects of drought, saltwater intrusion but little impact on the province's harvest. In particular, rice exporters still maintain the circulation reserve as prescribed.
The Department will regularly check enterprises as well as remind to strictly implement Decree No. 107/2018/ ND-CP on regularly maintaining the minimum circulation reserve equivalent to 5 percent of the amount of rice that traders have exported in the previous 6 months, pledged to immediately supply to the domestic market as required by the authorities.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by NT
|14/05/2020 3:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|VN cooperates with Germany in sustainable forest management||VN cooperates with Germany in sustainable forest management|
The Viet Nam-Germany Forestry Program has supported two Vietnamese enterprises in attaining the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)’s certificate.
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the German Society for
International Cooperation (GIZ) on August 19 organized a ceremony to
review the Viet Nam-Germany Forestry Program in 2005-2014.
They examined sustainable management of natural
forests; processing, trading and marketing of main forestry products;
and policy consultations.
During the period, the program has supported the MTV
Dak To Forestry JSC and Truong Son Forest Farm of the MTV Long Dai
Forestry and Industry JSC in Kon Tum and Quang Binh provinces to get the
FSC/FM/CoC of the Forest Stewardship Council.
Deputy Head of the Viet Nam Administration of
Forestry Nguyen Ba Ngai said that the program has created framework
conditions of the forestry through improving policies and legal
foundation, building new financial sources and coordinating
Mr.Ngai stressed that the program has been
implemented successfully due to the commitment and guidance of
authorities such as the Viet Nam Administration of Forestry, the
provincial People’s Committees, the provincial Departments of
Agriculture and Rural Development as well as other relevant sectors.
Officials from the administration suggested that
enterprises should maintain their activities after the program ends.
Management models would be expanded and transferred to potential
The program will be connected with a new program on
preserving and sustainably using Vietnamese forest biodiversity, which
is scheduled to be implemented in the fourth quarter of 2014.
By Ngoc Van (news.chinhphu.vn)
|20/08/2014 4:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Vice Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut checks investment progress in IDICO Industrial Park||Vice Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut checks investment progress in IDICO Industrial Park|
On March 13, Vice Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut checked the investment progress of IDICO Industrial Park, Huu Thanh Commune, Duc Hoa District. Joining the delegation were leaders of Department of Planning and Investment and Economic Zone Authority.
IDICO Industrial Park has a total planning area of over 524ha, of which, the industrial land area is over 361ha, invested by IDICO-JSC and Long An IDICO Construction Investment Joint Stock Company.
According to the report, up to now, the unit of investment and the People's Committee of Duc Hoa district has conducted tally of 1,294 / 1,301 households with an area of over 518ha, accounting for 98.8%. There are still 7 households with an area of 5.95 ha not yet counted, this area is the People's Committee of Duc Hoa district completing the compulsory tally enforcement procedure.
Regarding the compensation of site clearance, the area of compensation has been decided on 471ha with a value of nearly 1,963 billion (excluding public land); has paid 1,178 households on an area of 422ha with a value of nearly VND 1,629 billion. The project also has 121 households with an area of 49ha has not received money with the value of about VND 134 billion.
Currently, investors are constructing resettlement areas, main roads leading to resettlement areas, embankment surrounding industrial parks, leveling, ... According to the implementation plan in the next months of 2020. , IDICO constructs the infrastructure of the Industrial Park with a total value of about 1,280 billion VND, including items: Reclamation of ground preparation, ground leveling, construction of roads connecting Hai Son - Tan Do Industrial Zone to Provincial road 830, wastewater treatment plant, operator and many other items.
The Director of IDICO Industrial Zone Investment Projects Management Board - Doan Van Hung proposes that, in order to create conditions for the Industrial Park to accelerate the implementation, the provincial People's Committee will soon direct housing management agencies. Quickly, the country will draw lots of land for resettlement for households; for 7 households that have not conducted tally (5.95 ha), it is necessary to carry out the legal procedures of compulsory tally counting soon; For households who have not received compensation money, they need to mobilize to receive money and follow all the procedures for compensation and site clearance as prescribed.
Currently, the Industrial Park has deployed only an area of about 173ha, leveling 47 ha, the remaining area is not for construction by households. The investor requests the state management agencies to soon support, solve problems and support security to be able to deploy the construction of the remaining items.
Through listening to the report from the investor, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Van Ut said that, in the following week, he and the relevant state management agencies, the People's Committee of Duc Hoa district had a meeting. working, discussing solutions to overcome difficulties and recommendations of investors. He suggested that, for compensated land and ground clearance, investors should soon build infrastructure.
In the coming time, IDICO must make a weekly progress report, commit to complete the infrastructure in stages, and schedule to attract secondary investors. The provincial leaders committed to accompany investors, businesses, remove difficulties early so that IDICO Industrial Park will soon complete infrastructure, attract investors and put into operation in 2020./.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by Lan Vy
|14/03/2020 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An and Ho Chi Minh City coordinate to invest in 7 transportation routes with especially important positions ||Long An and Ho Chi Minh City coordinate to invest in 7 transportation routes with especially important positions |
According to Deputy Director of Long An Transport Department - Nguyen Hoai Trung, Long An and Ho Chi Minh City will coordinate to invest in 7 roads with especially important positions to connect traffic, serve the needs of travel and delivery, goods trading, ensure traffic safety, promote socio-economic development of the two localities.
In particular, expanding and upgrading connect 4
existing roads including Nguyen Van Bua Street (Hoc Mon district, Ho Chi Minh
City) – Provincial Road.824 (Duc Hoa districts and Long An province), total
estimated investment capital is about 2,800 billion VND; National Road 50 running
through Binh Chanh and Can Giuoc districts; Le Van Luong street (Nha Be
district) - Provincial Road.826C (Can Giuoc district), witn estimated
investment of nearly 1,000 billionVND; Long Hau road (Nha Be district) - Provincial
Road.826E (Can Giuoc district), with estimated investment capital is nearly 5,100
routes are coordinated to invest in with especially important positions (Illustrated photo)
For the planned connection, to invest in parallel roads of National Highway 50 (Binh Chanh district) and motivational trunk roads (Can Giuoc district), with an estimated capital of 4,300 billion VND.
There is no connection to Long An's side yet, opening a new route to the Northwest, with expected estimated capital 6,400 billion VND. The connection has not planned to Ho Chi Minh City, Vo Van Kiet Street extended - the road connecting Provincial Road.822, 823, 823B, 825 (Duc Hoa district, Long An), with expected estimated capital 3,300 billion VND.
Deputy Director of Long An Transport Department - Nguyen Hoai Trung informed: These are the routes that play an important role, and are prioritized for investment cooperation under the socio-economic development cooperation agreement program between the two localities in the coming time, when completed with great significance, promote Long An and Ho Chi Minh City development in all aspects. Currently, leaders of the two localities agreed to assign the two Departments of Transport to coordinate and soon plan to advise on solutions to implement.
On the Long An province, the Department of Transport urgently inspects, reviews, surveys, proposes and advises the Provincial People's Committee on measures and solutions to effectively implement the proposed plan.
Reported by Thanh My
Translated by NT
|26/07/2020 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Promoting the development of agricultural product processing industry||Promoting the development of agricultural product processing industry|
Development of processing industry is considered as a breakthrough in the agricultural restructuring scheme, the most optimal way to increase the added value of products. Over the past time, Long An’s agricultural, forestry and fishery processing industry has basically met the requirements of material production and consumption markets, especially export markets.
Long An is located in the Southern key economic region with the exciting development of construction industry and urban areas. With the advantage of agricultural development, in which rice is the main crop of the province with a cultivated area of over 500,000 hectares and an output of 2.7-2.8 million tons/year; dragon fruit with an area of 11,700 hectares and an output of nearly 310,000 tons; lemons are mainly seedless lemon with an area of nearly 10,000 hectares and an output of over 156,000 tons. Besides, the province has more than 1,320 hectares applying VietGAP process in rice, vegetable, fruit production and aquaculture.
According to Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Pham Van Canh, there are currently more than 200 agricultural product processing enterprises in the whole province. Specifically, in terms of rice, there are about 115 milling and processing enterprises investing in modern production lines with large processing capacity and storage, of which, more than 20 enterprises are eligible for direct export to fastidious markets. In terms of vegetable and fruit processing, there are more than 20 enterprises with modern production lines using fresh vegetables and fruits. A number of typical products such as products made from dragon fruit, lemon, yam, pineapple, peanut, etc.
According to Mr. Canh, although the province has a large number of processing enterprises, agricultural warehouses, raw material sources with various types of products, but the quality of raw materials has not met the requirements; the contracts for linking production, consumption and processing of products have not been implemented; people are short of capital for production and market information, so they follow traditional practices and experiences, leading to scarcity of raw materials or excess of products sometimes resulting to price fluctuations. Most of processing enterprises produce raw products, lack of deep processing, so the added value is not high.
Reported by Huỳnh Phong
Translated by Lan Vy
|27/02/2020 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: In the first 9 months of 2019, exports are estimated at 4.4 billion USD||Long An: In the first 9 months of 2019, exports are estimated at 4.4 billion USD|
In the first 9 months of 2019, export turnover in Long An province was estimated at 4.46 billion USD, up 16.6% over the same period in 2018 (up 17.9 %).
In 9 months of 2019, the rice export of enterprises in the province was estimated at 521,520 tons
According to the Department of Industry and Trade of Long An province, in 9 months of 2019, the export turnover of the province was estimated at 4.46 billion USD, up 16.6% over the same period in 2018 (up 17.9%); import turnover was estimated at 3.27 billion USD, up 7.5% over the same period in 2018 (up 7.5%).
In which, garment products had the largest export turnover with 924 million USD, up 29.1%; followed by leather shoes with 694.4 million USD, up 18.6% over the same period in 2018. In particular, in 9 months of 2019, the rice export of enterprises in the province was estimated at 521,520 tons, reaching 222.3 million USD, up 28.8% in volume and up 9.4% over the same period in 2018.
Rice is mainly exported to the market of the Philippines, China, Malaysia, Ivory Coast, etc. Although rice exports increase over the same period, it is not as much as in previous years.
In addition, the competition among domestic enterprises makes export rice prices fall to a low level. At present, the export prices of 5%, 10%, 15% and 25% broken rice are 320 USD per ton, 330 USD per ton, 335 USD per ton and 340 USD per ton, respectively.
In addition, the export prices of Jasmine fragrant rice, Nang Hoa rice, Taiwan fragrant rice 8 and Japonica are 510 USD per ton, 560 USD per ton, 485 USD per ton and 480 USD per ton, respectively. The export price of sticky rice is 590 USD per ton./.
|28/09/2019 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee – Tran Van Can visited workers, farmers and enterprises for the New Year Greetings in early spring||Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee – Tran Van Can visited workers, farmers and enterprises for the New Year Greetings in early spring|
On February 23rd, 2018, Chairman of Long An People’s Committee – Tran Van Can and the delegation visited officers, workers, farmers and laborers for the New Year greeting at the key transport work of provincial road 830; large field in Tan Tay commune, Thanh Hoa district; Ba Huan Joint Stock Company and the provincial Taxation Department on the occasion of the Mau Tuat early spring 2018.
At the key transport work of provincial road 830, on behalf of the provincial People's Committee, Mr. Tran Van Can sent New Year greetings to all leaders and workers who were working on the project. At the same time, he suggested that the construction unit should accelerate the progress and ensure quality, so that the section from Duc Hoa town to An Thanh Bridge, Ben Luc district according BOT contract would be completed and put into use at the end of March 2018.
Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can sends the New Year greetings to officers and workers at the key work, provincial road 830.
Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can and the delegation visits and surveys at the large field in Tan Tay commune, Thanh Hoa district
On the same day, the Chairman and the delegation continued to visit and send the New Year greetings at the large field in Tan Tay commune, Thanh Hoa district; Ba Huan Joint Stock Company and the provincial Taxation Department.
Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can visits and sends the New Year greetings to Ba Huan Joint Stock Company
At each destination, Mr. Tran Van Can and the delegation sent the New Year greetings and encouraged workers, farmers and laborers at units and enterprises on the occasion of new spring./.
Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can sends the New Year greetings to the provincial Taxation Department.
Reported by Kien Dinh
Translated by Lan Vy
|26/02/2018 8:00 SA||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|
|Former State President – Truong Tan Sang visited Long An International Port||Former State President – Truong Tan Sang visited Long An International Port|
Former State President – Truong Tan Sang visited Long An International Port invested by Long An Port Joint Stock Company in Tan Tap commune, Can Giuoc district, Long An province. Along with the former President was the leaders of Can Giuoc district.
Former State President – Truong Tan Sang plants a souvenir tree at Long An International Port
Chairman of Dong Tam Group's Board of Directors – Vo Quoc Thang said that the upcoming goal would be to build and develop Long An Port to become the largest and most modern international port in the Southern region, with a total area of 147 hectares, including 7 wharves capable of receiving ships from 30,000 to 70,000 DWT, the implementation costs of over VND 9,000 billion, expected to be completed in 2023, and would be a center to receive import and export goods of Long An province and the Mekong Delta region.
According to the Chairman of the People's Committee of Can Giuoc district – Nguyen Tuan Thanh, the district was focusing all resources for socio-economic development to become an industrial district of the province in the future. The establishment of industrial parks and clusters and Long An International Port greatly contributed to attracting and calling for investment from enterprises. In addition, the district has also build and developed high-tech application vegetables with an area of 1,000 hectares, thereby contributing to improving the people life in the district.
On this occasion, the former President – Truong Tan Sang planted a souvenir tree at Long An International Port./.
Reported by Thanh Phat
Translated by Lan Vy
|06/12/2019 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Leaders of provincial People’s Committee met and worked with the delegation of Yokohama City Council, Japan||Leaders of provincial People’s Committee met and worked with the delegation of Yokohama City Council, Japan|
On December 01st, 2016, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee – Nguyen Van Duoc, and leaders of Departments and Sectors had a meeting with the delegation of Yokohama City Council, Japan, headed by Mr. Kenichi Ishikawa – CEO Marusen Showa Unyu logistics company on the visit and exploring the investment environment in Long An.
View of the conference
Speaking at the meeting, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee, Mr. Nguyen Van Duoc, welcomed and highly appreciated Japanese investment in the locality. Mr. Duoc confirmed that Long An province always respectfully receives and ready to create the most favorable conditions for Japanese investors to invest in the locality. Currently, Long An province are promoting investment projects on industrial production, clean energy production and agricultural production with high-tech applications.
Also during the meeting, the Delegation also asked many questions for Long An province on the matters such as investment attracting policies, infrastructure and local approach for Japanese investors. On behalf of the leaders, Mr. Duoc answered one by one question thoroughly and specifically.
Provincial leaders and Delegation of Yokohama City Council, Japan took souvenir photo
Mr. Kenichi Ishikawa said that he was very impressed and highly appreciated the infrastructural conditions and investment policies and supports of Long An province. He added that Yokohama City is metropolis of Kanagawa province, a populated city in Japan. This is an actively economic center, one of the two largest ports in Japan. The Investors of the City were very interested in the province's investment environment as well as preferential policies and investment supports for the Japanese enterprises, and said that they would take opportunities to promote investment in Long An in the future.
On the same day, the Delegation of Yokohama City Council visited and worked at industrial parks in the province.
Reported by Lan Vy
Translated by NT
|02/12/2016 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Festival of typically famous products opened||Festival of typically famous products opened|
On July 24, An Giang Provincial People's Committee coordinated with Long An, Tay Ninh and Dong Thap People's Committees to hold the opening ceremony of Festival Typically Famous Products of 4 provinces.
The festival will take place within 3 days, from July 24-26 at Tu Son Supermarket (Chau Doc City, An Giang Province). This event attracted more than 50 enterprises and units with more than 1,000 typical and famous products of the provinces on display.
An Giang Department of Industry and Trade representatives reported that more than 1,000 items and products on display
During the 3 days of the event, the activities will be as follows: Customer exchange, introducing and trying trial products; having street food, participating in gameshow "Show your talent to guess price", "Businesses sing with customers", ... thereby, it creates a good impression on consumers about local goods and products when they visit and shopping.
Long An has 11 enterprises attending the festival
This is a series of events for stimulating domestic consumption demand, expanding the domestic market, supporting businesses to develop production and business to promote more activities of trade, connecting supply and demand, consumer goods and domestic market development after Covid epidemic.
Reported by Chau Son
Translated by NT
|26/07/2020 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|The delegation of Long An province learned experiences of high-tech agriculture model in Son La province||The delegation of Long An province learned experiences of high-tech agriculture model in Son La province|
The delegation of Long An province visited agricultural models in Son La province in order to create appropriate mechanism and policies, continue to encourage cooperatives and households to produce and trade fruit trees in Long An province.
In the working visit in Son La province, on November 27th, the delegation of Long An province visited the cooperative models associated with the key crops of Son La province such as: longan, mango, green grapefruit, custard-apple, etc. and models of growing lingzhi mushroom, strawberry in Mai Son, Moc Chau districts, Son La province. Currently, these models have brought high economic efficiency, contributing to the development of production, job creation and income generation for local laborers.
Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can highly appreciates the high-tech production model in Son La province
The delegation visits the model of growing lingzhi mushroom in Hat Lot town, Mai Son district, Son La province
Secretary of Mai Son District Party Committee – Tran Dac Thong informed: Mai Son is a key district in the development of high-tech agriculture of Son La province. The whole district has over 100 agricultural cooperatives and over 10,000 hectares of fruit trees. Along with the area development, Mai Son district is also interested in branding and product quality management. From 2018 to date, a number of district's products have been exported to China, the US, Japan, Dubai, Australia, Korea, etc. with the output of over 6,400 tons, and total estimated value of over US$ 5 million.
The delegation visits Chimi strawberry farm
According to the Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can, the organization of a study tour to learn experience of fruit tree models in the localities of Son La province is to create appropriate policies and mechanism to continue encouraging cooperatives and households producing and trading fruit trees in Long An province to have more knowledge and apply it in practice, contributing to value increase and sustainable development in the future.
The delegation of Long An province visits a dairy farm in Moc Chau district
On the same day, the delegation visited Chimi strawberry farm and dairy farm in Moc Chau, Son La province. This is the largest strawberry farm with technology in the North of Vietnam. This place is blessed with a cool climate all year round, creating favorable conditions for strawberry plants to grow and develop./.
Reported by Huynh Phong
Translated by Lan Vy
|28/11/2019 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: In the first 6 months of 2020, more than 99 percent of individuals and organizations satisfied with public administration activities||Long An: In the first 6 months of 2020, more than 99 percent of individuals and organizations satisfied with public administration activities|
On the afternoon of August 7, Office Chief of the Delegation of National Assembly, People's Council and People's Committee of the province, Director of the Center for Public Administration Service (PAS) of Long An province - Nguyen Thanh Vung presided over the preliminary conference on public administrative activities in the province through the first 6 months and implement the directions and tasks in the last 6 months of 2020.
The conference approved the report on the results implementation the tasks of the first 6 months of 2020
In the first 6 months of 2020, the provincial PAS Center received a total of 49,649 dossiers of 20 departments (including 3,321 dossiers from previous periods). The number of dossiers received via public postal services were 9,943 dossiers, on the online public service portal were 2,690 dossiers. More than 45,900 dossiers have been resolved, of which 70 percent of dossiers was solved before deadline, 29 percent of them on time, 0.99 percent of them was solved late with satisfaction level of over 99.89 percent.
For district-level PAS centers, the total number of dossiers receiving and returning the results of the settlement of administrative procedures is nearly 199,928 dossiers, of which 168,699 dossiers have been resolved, the dossiers were solved before the deadline and on time reached 99.4 percent with 99.72 percent of satisfaction level. Many localities do not have late dossiers (such as Kien Tuong, Vinh Hung) or very low late dossiers (such as Tan Tru 0.02 percent, Moc Hoa 0.19 percent, Tan An 0.14 percent, Duc Hoa 0.21 percent, Can Giuoc 0.37 percent).
Office Chief of the Delegation of Provincial National Assembly, People's Council and People's Committee, Director of the Center for Public Administration of the province - Nguyen Thanh Vung highly appreciated the active spirit and received comments from the delegates
To complete the tasks in 2020, the Center focuses on implementing key tasks according to Decision No. 1115 dated April 6, 2020 of the Provincial People's Committee on promulgating the Regulation on coordination to solve of administrative under the one-stop procedures, one door shop; coordinating with the Center for Information Technology and Communication to properly operate the Electronic One-stop Information System for the reception, rotation, settlement and result return of administrative procedures; step up solutions to encourage people and organize the implementation of online public services at levels 3 and 4; organizing a team to inspect, supervise and support activities of the district-level PAS center to promptly remove difficulties and arising problems; regularly update information on the website of the province, information page of the Center; ...
At the conference, Office Chief of the Delegation of National Assembly, People's Council and People's Committee of the province, Director of the Center for Public Administration Service - Nguyen Thanh Vung said that the Provincial Center for PAS and district-level PAS Centers was highly appreciated for solving dossiers attentively, promptly removing difficulties for businesses and serving the people well throught public opinions and those of departments, branches. In the coming time, the provincial and district centers will further promote propaganda so that people can promptly grasp information on public administrative activities, creating a friendly government environment to serve the people./.
Reported by Tran Thoa
Translated by NT
|09/08/2020 10:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Duc Hoa: Industrial economy plays an important role in local development ||Duc Hoa: Industrial economy plays an important role in local development |
The industrial economy is increasingly occupying a high position in the economic structure of Duc Hoa district, Long An province, thereby making an important contribution to the local development.
Duc Hoa district is one of the key localities in the province's industrial development. Besides, the district has a very favorable position when being adjacent to Ho Chi Minh City so there are many conditions for economic development, especially industrial economy.
Recently, the district's economic structure tends to thrive in the field of industry and construction. The value of industrial and construction production is about VND 75,000 billion. In the whole district, there are 10 industrial parks (7 parks in operation), 14 industrial clusters (6 clusters in operation), attracting over 2,000 secondary investors. The area of industrial land is over 6,200 hectares. Industry not only contributes significantly to the economic structure but also creates jobs, solves labor problems, social security programs in the area, etc. contributing to the local development.
However, the industrial development in the district still faces a number of certain difficulties and limitations. The district has set the direction to focus on maintaining and improving the average annual growth rate; continue to coordinate in solving difficulties in clearance for industrial development, etc.
In the coming time, Duc Hoa district's socio-economic situation will continue to develop more strongly on the right direction of industrial economy occupying a high position in the district's economic structure.
Reported by Thanh My
Translated by Lan Vy
|27/02/2020 4:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: Exchanging about building digital government, smart cities, shared database and GIS applications ||Long An: Exchanging about building digital government, smart cities, shared database and GIS applications |
On the morning of July 22, 2020, the provincial People's Committee held an exchange meeting on building digital government, smart cities, shared database and GIS applications for Long An province. Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Van Canh chaired the conference and related departments and agencies attended.
View of the conference
The conference aimed at advising and supporting the province in identifying the needs of building a shared database, applying breakthrough technology to enhance the management efficiency and enhance the province's competitiveness. From there, help to thoroughly grasp and raise the awareness, responsibility and determination of the key leaders of branches and levels in order to have specific orientations and actions in the performance of tasks; find solutions to organize the implementation of objectives, tasks and solutions on information technology application and development, especially building Digital Government and developing smart cities in the province.
At the conference, the lecturers of the World Bank report to building digital government and smart cities; introduction of GIS (Geographic Information System) with basic functions of collecting, storing, extracting, analyzing and displaying data; spatial data frame for shared data warehouse; developing breakthrough technology applications to support operations at departments.
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Van Canh speaks at the conference
Speaking at the conference, Deputy Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Van Canh suggested that the departments continue to closely coordinate in carrying out this important and urgent task, in the heart of completing the foundation construction. connecting, sharing provincial data (LGSP) and connecting information technology application systems, databases from the province to the grassroots and connecting with the systems of the provincial departments; upgrade and perfect information technology application systems, standardize already deployed databases, contribute to improving operational efficiency, direction, administration and operations in home agencies. provincial water; making adequate investments in information technology infrastructure conditions for building e-government and smart cities./.
Reported by Ngoc Lan
Translated by NT
|23/07/2020 2:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development - Nguyen Xuan Cuong surveys consumption of dragon fruits in Long An||Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development - Nguyen Xuan Cuong surveys consumption of dragon fruits in Long An|
On February 11, the delegation of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development headed by the Central Party Committee Member, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development - Nguyen Xuan Cuong as the head of the delegation, had a survey actual situation of purchasing fruits in Long An province.
Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Pham Van Ranh, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Tran Van Can receive the delegation.
The whole province currently has 11,825.7 hectares growing dragon fruit, of which the area for fruit is about 9,586.2 hectares, the yield of 321.5 quintals per hectare, the output of 317,932 tons, concentrated mainly in Chau Thanh, Tan Tru, Ben Luc, Thu Thua districts and Tan An city.
Currently, dragon fruit is in the harvest season but the consumption situation is facing many difficulties. The amount of unexploited dragon fruit from the end of January 2020 is now about 30,000 tons. 59,580 tons will be harvested in February 2020 and 31,750 tons will be harvested in March 2020. Facing the complicated situation of acute pneumonia caused by the new strain of Corona virus, a series of markets and border gates to China are announcing the delay of opening time, Chinese partners purchasing dragon fruits will not accept goods.
At the meeting, Deputy General Director of Lavifood Group - Dinh Hung Dung said that some of the main fruits that the group purchased were harvested in large quantities after Tet 2020, while at the beginning of the year with difficulties. Fruit that the group buys and processes is mainly exported to the Chinese market. To help farmers solve the output, the group has stepped up purchasing to freeze. The volume of goods purchased in this phase of the group is over 1,000 tons.
Currently, all of the group's cold stores are full. Therefore, the group has to hire a lot of warehouses of other businesses to continue purchasing fruits for farmers.
To overcome the current difficulties, Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Tran Van Can proposed: The Government has a policy to support the electricity cost for running cool storage (support for the production electricity price equal to the cost of living electricity from the middle of February 2020 to the end of March 2020), providing loan interest support for enterprises purchasing, preserving and exporting agricultural products with preferential rates for 6 months; The ministry considered proposing the establishment of a distribution center for agricultural products in the Chinese market as a focal point for dealing with domestic enterprises to limit risks; Survey and search for other agricultural export markets outside China; The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Ministry of Industry and Trade regularly provide information and support the export of dragon fruits at the northern border gates to timely regulate and continue negotiations with China to solve difficulties in exporting agricultural products.
Speaking at the survey, Mr. Nguyen Xuan Cuong emphasized that, in recent years, the whole country has focused on restructuring the agricultural sector in a synchronized manner. One of the positive changes is Vietnam's fruit and vegetable sector, which achieved positive results. 10 years ago, Vietnam's exports only reached tens of millions of dollars. By this time, the area of vegetables and fruits of Vietnam is about 1.6 million hectares, equal to 45 percent of the rice area but exports reach over 4 billion USD.
With these achievements, in the 7 key economic regions of the country, the Mekong River Delta has certain advantages. The area currently covers about 0.4 million hectares with 10 tropical fruits. This is a potential area of 60-70 percent of Vietnam's total export of fruits. Long An province is one of the localities to develop fruit trees with high efficiency, especially dragon fruit on 11,000 hectares. In the immediate future, a number of corporations, businesses and large factories processing, manufacturing and exporting agricultural products in general and Long An in the same time must be at the same time. At the same time, he also appreciated the industry and businesses of Long An that supported farmers to plant dragon fruits in the area.
Responding to the call, many businesses, organizations, individuals and so on have embarked on action to energize Vietnamese farmers and further contribute to initiatives, accompanying agricultural development in Vietnam sustainable, proactive and effective way.
At the meeting, Minister Nguyen Xuan Cuong and the delegation witnessed the commitment of Vietnamese farmers and farmers to accompany the farmers and agriculture of Vietnam such as Saigon Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SCB), Chain Co.opMart supermarket, Green Startup Fund, Lavifood Investment Joint Stock Company, etc./.
|13/02/2020 1:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Around 540,000 jobs generated in first six months||Around 540,000 jobs generated in first six months|
An estimated 540,000 jobs have been generated in Vietnam in the first six months of this year, meeting just 36.5 percent of the set target.
Workers find out information at an employment service centre in Hanoi. (Photo: HCES).
According to the Department of Employment under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, 120,000 jobs have been created in June alone.
The rate of trained workers was estimated at 62.4 percent in the January-June period while the unemployment rate in urban areas was over 4 percent in the second quarter of this year.
The Department of Employment is working to make reports on employment of specific groups including youths, rural labourers, labourers at border areas, ethnic minority labourers, labourers with disabilities, labourers whose land has been acquired, and labourers who completed their prison sentence.
The department has also developed proposals for the update of the labour supply and demand database, surveys on the need of employees in various types of enterprises, forecasts of the labour market, and support of employment transactions in the 2021 - 2025 period.
In addition, the department has suggested that job service centres should enhance the connection between labour supply and demand and shorten the recruitment time in the context that the coronavirus has created huge impacts on the employment market./.
|25/06/2020 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An receives 3 billion VND to support people suffering from drought and salty damage from the Vietnam Trade Union Bank||Long An receives 3 billion VND to support people suffering from drought and salty damage from the Vietnam Trade Union Bank|
On March 23, in Hanoi, the State Bank of Vietnam held an online meeting on urgent solutions to overcome difficulties for businesses and people affected by drought and saline intrusion in 5 provinces of Mekong River Delta including Ben Tre, Tien Giang, Long An, Ca Mau and Kien Giang.
Under the authorization from the Vietnam Trade Union Bank, the Director of the Vietnam State Bank of Long An branch - Dao Van Nghiep presented a symbolic table of the support amount to the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Van Canh
At the end-point bridge of the Vietnam State Bank, Standing Deputy Director of the State Bank - Dao Minh Tu. At the end-point bridge of Long An province, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Pham Van Canh, Vice Chairman of the provincial Fatherland Front Committee - Pham Ngoc Tiep, Director of the Vietnam State Bank of Long An branch - Dao Van Nghiep, representatives of some credit institutions in the province attended the conference.
According to the Standing Deputy Director of the State Bank of Vietnam - Dao Minh Tu, the drought and saltwater intrusion lasting from December 2019 until now affects the production and business activities and life of people in many provinces in Mekong River Delta. In which, 5 provinces were most damaged including Ben Tre, Tien Giang, Long An, Ca Mau and Kien Giang. The meeting aimed at assessing the damage and difficulties and giving urgent solutions on credit, banks to support businesses and people.
In the Mekong Delta region, the total outstanding loans of credit institutions reached over 571,000,000 billion VND, an increase of over 14 percent per year. Of which, Long An has a loan balance of over 74,000 billion VND and a loan balance of rural agriculture over 51 percent.
Due to drought and saline intrusion, Long An has about 40,000 hectares of rice, over 1,200 hectares of dragon fruit, 6,500 hectares of lemon is affected by lack of fresh water for irrigation, productivity decreases. In addition, over 10,000 households in the lowland districts of the region lack water for daily use.
Representatives of five provinces in the Mekong Delta shared that they are suffering from the effects of drought, saline intrusion and the Covid-19 epidemic. Due to drought, saline intrusion, many activities of production, processing, aquaculture, fruit trees are greatly affected such as lack of water for production, irrigation and daily use in life. At the same time, the covid-19 epidemic caused many businesses affected by foreign partners to suspend contracts.
Vice Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee - Pham Van Canh speaks at the meeting
Representatives of the leaders of the five damaged provinces have the same proposal to the State Bank of Vietnam, credit institutions need to increase capital for the loan program for rural clean water and sanitation; ensure plans and capital for people and businesses to reproduce loans after drought, saline intrusion and Covid-19 disease; specific instructions should be directed to credit institutions to restructure debt reduction and rescheduling synchronously in each area for each loan of enterprises and people in order to reduce difficulties.
Trade Union of Vietnam State Bank organizes to give to the above 5 localities with 3 billion VND each to support the people. Funds for the implementation of this program are mobilized by the Vietnam Trade Union Union of all cadres, workers, employees in the whole industry to contribute 1 day's salary.
In Long An, the above amount will be purchased 1,500 plastic containers of 300 liter water (estimated at 1.5 billion VND) and 15 saltwater purifiers into domestic water, with a minimum capacity of 150 liters per hour (estimated 1.5 billion VND). Accordingly, plastic containers containing water will be purchased by the Trade Union of Vietnam State Bank and transferred to localities. Particularly for water filters, the State Bank Branch of Long An Province proactively finds the supply and installation units in localities to serve the people.
Standing Deputy Director of the Vietnam State Bank - Dao Minh Tu said that they continued to direct branches and transaction offices to actively grasp the situation of production and business, the extent of damage of customers who are borrowing capital due to the influence. of drought and saltwater intrusion to timely support and remove difficulties according to the regulations on credit policies for agricultural and rural development and other relevant law provisions; proactively guide and support people in the process of handling requests to remove loan difficulties as prescribed.
As for the Social Policy Bank, priority should be given to ensure that the capital sources for lending under policy credit programs for poor households and other policy beneficiaries are specified in the Mekong River Delta region; actively coordinating with stakeholders in the implementation of clean water and rural environmental sanitation projects to accelerate disbursement according to the construction schedule, quickly putting these works into use, especially in areas affected by drought and saline intrusion.
Directing branches and transaction offices to coordinate with related units in reviewing and identifying the situation and damage of credit capital due to drought and saltwater intrusion in the Mekong River Delta provinces for handling measures timely.
At the same time, the Vietnam State Bank also continues to direct credit institutions to create conditions for mechanisms and procedures for businesses and people to access credit packages for projects in service of sustainable development. The Mekong River Delta is adapting to climate change, especially projects on restructuring agricultural production towards sustainability, projects of water storage, salinity control, freshwater maintenance, urban and rural water supply./.
|24/03/2020 5:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Chau Thanh aims to improve quality of dragon fruits||Chau Thanh aims to improve quality of dragon fruits|
In 2020, the agricultural economy of Chau Thanh district, Long An province is still developing synchronously thanks to the promotion of the strengths of each region although the weather is complicated, epidemics occur on crops and domestic animals, the effects of drought and saltwater intrusion.
Implementing the project of 2,000 hectares of dragon fruits applying high technology, so far, Chau Thanh has 2,082 hectares with 3,465 households participating.
In lowland communes, farmers raise black tiger shrimp and white leg shrimp. The highland communes focus on planting dragon fruits. Up to now, the whole district has nearly 9,100 hectares of dragon fruit (an increase of 1,017 hectares over the same period), including 8,100 hectares of red intestine dragon fruit, the area for fruit of 7,837 hectares, the output reaches 350,000 tons (an increase of 90,461 tons over the same period of 2018).
Mr. Truong Minh Trung (living in Cau Doi hamlet, An Luc Long commune) said: "My family cultivates 2 hectares of dragon fruit, earning an annual income of 400-500 million VND". Thanks to VietGAP and GlobalGAP processes, with a product off-take contract, dragon fruit output is relatively stable. Long Tri commune has 11 households producing 11 hectares of dragon fruits according to the GlobalGAP process, which is bought by Ngoc Song Chau Company (Ho Chi Minh City) at 25,000 VND per kilo (for main crop), 30,000 VND per kilo (for off-season crop). An Luc Long commune has 4 households which are members of Dragon Fruit Cooperative of Long Hoi, cultivating 4.24 hectares of dragon fruits according to GlobalGAP process, covered by Can Tho Fruit and Vegetable Company for 30,000 VND per kilo (for main crop), 35,000 VND per kilo (for off season).
Mr. Truong Minh Trung (An Luc Long commune) said: "Producing dragon fruits according to GlobalGAP standards is not difficult, must use fertilizers and plant protection drugs according to the list, do not abuse stimulants or pesticides. The last growth stage of the left, when using plant protection drugs, must ensure isolation time. It is important to keep a production log to track product origin".
Mr. Trung added that since signing the off-take contract with Can Tho Vegetable and Fruit Company, every year, after deducting expenses, his profit is from 400-500 million VND per hectares. In 2020, Mr. Truong Minh Trung's dragon fruit production group will have 3 new members to sign a contract with Can Tho Vegetable and Fruit Company, bringing the total to 7 members with 7 hectares of dragon fruits.
Implementing the project of 2,000 hectares of dragon fruits applying high technology, so far, Chau Thanh has 2,082 hectares with 3,465 households participating (reaching 104 percent of the plan). In addition, the district is implementing dragon fruit production according to VietGAP standards for 11 cooperative groups and 1 cooperative with 293.67 hectares, 498 households to participate and continue to request the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to support the fee for 59 cooperative groups, area of 1,116.63 hectares with 1,889 households participating. In order for Chau Thanh dragon fruit to develop sustainably, in the coming time, the district will accelerate the construction of trademarks and logos for dragon fruits, complete VietGAP certification, certificate of geographical indications and origin of goods, codes, barcodes, and so on to promote trade, find export markets by official lines.
In order to improve the quality of Chau Thanh dragon fruits, the agricultural sector recommends farmers to apply clean production processes and apply high technologies to meet the requirements of the fastidious market./.
|23/03/2020 8:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Southern key economic region – the economic leader is developing dynamically ||Southern key economic region – the economic leader is developing dynamically |
The Southern key economic region develops dynamically with the largest contribution proportion, and is the economic leader of the country. This is the driving force for each locality in the region to develop.
Long An always improves the investment environment, creates favorable conditions for businesses to operate
Long An has a convenient position, a "bridge" between Ho Chi Minh City and the Southeast region to the vast Mekong Delta, and is a province in the Southern key economic region. In recent years, the province's socio-economic situation has been constantly developing and gradually affirmed its position in the key economic region in particular and the whole country in general.
The economic growth rate of Long An is considered higher than the national average level and the province is an attractive investment environment
Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee – Pham Van Canh informed that, so far, the province has 28 industrial parks, 32 industrial clusters, of which 16 parks and 21 clusters have been put into operation. The occupancy rate is 89.7% for parks and 85% for clusters. The province attracted more than 1,000 FDI projects, more than 1,900 domestic investment projects. Currently, the province has more than 11,000 enterprises. "Long An has gradually affirmed its position in the Southern key economic region in particular and the whole country in general. With the policy of creating an open, friendly, safe and effective investment environment, the province continues to improve the investment environment, focuses on completing and synchronizing infrastructural structure, speeding up administrative reform and training high quality human resources, creating all favorable conditions for enterprises to operate. In the coming time, the province's socio-economic situation continues to grow stronger and has a certain role and position in the region as well as in the whole country" – Mr. Pham Van Canh emphasized./.
|The Southern key economic region consists of 8 localities: Dong Nai, Binh Phuoc, Binh Duong, Tay Ninh, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Long An, Tien Giang, and Ho Chi Minh City. This region is a dynamic economic center, with the largest contribution proportion of the country. The whole region attracts the largest foreign investment in the country with more than 15,000 valid FDI projects, has 140 operating industrial parks and export processing zones, etc. together with a large system of international seaports and airports.|
Reported by Thanh My
Translated by Lan Vy
|29/01/2020 5:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Raising community’s awareness to cope with climate change||Raising community’s awareness to cope with climate change|
In the afternoon of July 2, at My Tho City, Tien Giang Province, Center for Environment and Community Resource Development (CECAD) held a ceremony the project sponsorship agreement “Strengthening communication capacity to cope with the Climate Change in the Mekong Delta (Mekong Delta) ”. The project is implemented by the Embassy of Finland in Vietnam, through the Fund for Local Cooperation Fund (FLC) to support CECAD.
Drought has always been a concern for people in the Mekong River Delta
The project aims to improve communication capacity of relevant agencies and raise awareness of local communities on saline intrusion; mitigate the impact of climate change through communication programs. The target groups of the project will be local communities in the Mekong River Delta, especially poor households in remote areas in areas with high population densities who are directly affected by the salt water intrusion and lack of fresh water for production and daily life. From there, they can be more proactive in responding to climate change, reducing the impact of natural disasters.
According to a report of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in 2020, in the Mekong River Delta region, 80,000 households faced difficulties due to lack of running water, thousands of hectares of rice and vegetables died due to saline intrusion; lost nearly 39,000 hectares of rice production; About 95,600 households are facing difficult access to piped water. In particular, Tien Giang is considered as one of the most affected provinces with more than 2,270 hectares of rice and 36,000 hectares of orchards affected.
Signing of agreement to sponsor the project "Strengthening communication capacity to respond to climate change in the Mekong River Delta"
At the ceremony, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Finland to Vietnam - Kari Kahiluoto said: "The Mekong River Delta has potential for sustainable economic development. However, in recent years, the impacts of climate change have caused many damages. Therefore, the project is implemented to raise awareness of local communities in the Mekong River Delta about saline intrusion through the initiation and implementation of climate change adaptation activities. The project will develop and install a pilot early warning system for saline intrusion in Tien Giang province. ".
Reported by Huynh Phong
Translated by NT
|06/07/2020 9:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An in November 2019: Total retail sales of goods and services reached over VND 7,600 billion||Long An in November 2019: Total retail sales of goods and services reached over VND 7,600 billion|
Total retail sales of goods and services in November 2019 were estimated at VND 7,613 billion, up 1.4% compared to October and up to 15.2% over the same period in 2018.
Total retail sales of goods and services in November 2019 were estimated at VND 7,613 billion, up 1.4% compared to October 2019
Accumulating 11 months of 2019, total retail sales of goods and services reached VND 82,055 billion, reaching 92.5% of the year plan, up 14.9% over the same period of 2018. According to the assessment, the retail sales of goods in 11 months reached a good increase thanks to increased purchasing power in many essential commodities. In addition, the supply of goods was plentiful, the price was stable, and there was no shortage of goods, and price increase.
Currently, on the occasion of the end of the year and the Lunar New Year 2020 approaching, the Provincial People's Committee directs the Department of Industry and Trade to strengthen inspection, ensuring that the market is always stable so that there is no local shortage of goods, sudden increase in prices; inspecting and combating against fake goods and poor quality products that do not ensure food safety causing a risk of food poisoning, especially fresh and processed foods, cakes, jams, beverages, types of goods with high demand during Tet holiday./.
Reported by Th. Tung
Translated by Lan Vy
|06/12/2019 3:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Covid-19 Anti-epidemic carried out with the spirit of 'Every citizen is a soldier, every family is a fortress'||Covid-19 Anti-epidemic carried out with the spirit of 'Every citizen is a soldier, every family is a fortress'|
The Government Standing Committee organized a national online conference on prevention and control of Covid-19 chaired by the Prime Minister - Nguyen Xuan Phuc. Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Council - Pham Van Ranh, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Tran Van Can chaired at Long An end-point Bridge.
Delegates attend the meeting at Long An end-point bridge
According to a report by the Ministry of Health, up to the morning of August 5, Vietnam recorded 672 cases with 8 deaths.
According to Acting Minister of Health - Nguyen Thanh Long, tracking F0 is not feasible. It is forecasted that the disease continues to become more complicated and capable of spreading more widely and on a larger scale in the coming time. It is very important to control the epidemic in localities, especially Da Nang.
Before the above situation, localities have recorded cases being speeding up tracing in order to quickly detect cases in the community. Health facilities carry out medical examination and arrange treatment, quickly deploy to take the testing samples for all suspected cases according to the 4-spot motto. At the same time, it is recommended that people strictly implement prevention and control measures such as regularly disinfecting hands, wearing masks in public places, limiting concentration in crowded places, etc.
At the conference, delegates focused on discussing prevention and control measures (tracing, expanding testing, isolation) in order to detect cases early, treat them promptly, minimize the cases of spreading in the community and death cases; safety assurance options in organizing high school graduation exams 2020; solutions to realize dual goals while facing global difficulties; etc.
Health facilities have strengthened the activities of medical declaration and medical examination and treatment streaming
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc praised the efforts of the local health sector in zoning, suppressing and implementing the gap in areas where the outbreak occurred. It is forecasted that covid-19 epidemic is complicated and widespread if there is no solution for zoning and stamping out timely. Therefore, it is necessary first to mobilize the participation of the whole political system in strictly implementing prevention and control measures. The Prime Minister urged people to install the application and strictly implement the health declaration, the entire population participated in the epidemic prevention campaign in the spirit of "Every citizen is a soldier, every commune, ward, neighborhood, every family is an anti-epidemic fortress Covid-19". The ministries, branches and localities enhance education and propagation activities to help people be calm, proactive, determined and raise their caution spirit for epidemics.
For provinces and cities where epidemics have occurred, they must resolutely carry out epidemics and social separations in order to control the rate of infection to the community; enlist every hour in tracing cases, expanding testing. The Prime Minister also requested the Ministry of Defense and border localities to strengthen control and strictly handle cases of illegal entry, especially trails and open paths. Functional agencies strictly handle those who spread false rumors, causing public confusion./.
|05/08/2020 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Leaders of Long An province talked with enterprises in Duc Hoa and Duc Hue districts||Leaders of Long An province talked with enterprises in Duc Hoa and Duc Hue districts|
One the afternoon of August 02nd, in Duc Hoa district, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of Long An Provincial People’s Committee – Tran Van Can, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee – Nguyen Van Ut, presided over the dialogue with enterprises operating in 2 districts of Duc Hoa and Duc Hue.
Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of Long An Provincial People's Committee – Tran Van Can affirms that the provincial leaders always pay attention and support enterprises to solve difficulties and problems
Attending the dialogue was nearly 200 enterprises, leaders of some provincial departments, sectors and branches and leaders of Duc Hoa and Duc Hue districts.
Delegates participate in the dialogue
This this dialogue, transport infrastructure in Duc Hoa district was a problem that many enterprises were most concerned about. Enterprises reflected that many contiguous roads between Ho Chi Minh City and Long An were degraded, there were often traffic jams at rush hours; the roads to some industrial parks and clusters were badly damaged. Spontaneous markets, trolleys of small traders who sold goods and encroached on the roadway were the cause of traffic congestion but the authorities had no timely solutions.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Mr. Tran Van Can recognized and highly appreciated the interest of enterprises with the conference. At this meeting, enterprises should frankly raise problems and difficulties in the production and business process in Long An. The provincial leaders would always listen to the thoughts, aspirations and legitimate requests and proposals of enterprises, thereby, promptly solving problems and difficulties, contributing to stabilizing and promoting production and business operation of enterprises.
On this occasion, he also wished enterprises to succeed in the process of investment, production and business in Long An./.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by Lan Vy
|05/08/2019 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An - a strong "brand" in attracting investment||Long An - a strong "brand" in attracting investment|
Favorable geographical location, along with an open investment environment, Long An has become one of the leading provinces/cities in the country in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).
In Long An, FDI enterprises have a good environment for their production and their business activities to become more and more effective.
Long An has a quite favorable geographical location with the industrial development infrastructure being planned and invested, so it is easy to attract enterprises, especially to attract foreign investments. In the first 10 months of 2019, the province granted the certificates to 109 new projects, FDI enterprises with the total newly granted capital of 320 million USD, an increase of 38 enterprises compared to the same period in 2018. Up to now, there are 1,009 FDI enterprises in the province. The total registered capital is USD 6,166 million, of which 576 enterprises are in operation and the total invested capital is USD 3,614 million. The sectors that attract the most FDI capital are garment, footwear, food processing, foodstuff and beverage processing. FDI enterprises are concentrated mainly in the key economic regions of the province such as Duc Hoa, Ben Luc, Can Duoc, Can Giuoc and Tan An City. There are currently about 38 countries and territories investing in the province, of which Taiwan, China, South Korea, Japan and Singapore have the highest number of enterprises.
Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Tran Van Can affirmed that FDI enterprises play a very important role in the socio-economic development of the province. This is clearly shown that FDI enterprises contribute significantly to the strategy of economic restructuring to the industry - construction and service, infrastructure development, contributing to increasing budget revenue, export turnover, job creation, technology transfer, domestic production and service promotion activities, etc.
Workers are working at Semitec Electronics Co., Ltd. (Tan Kim Industrial Park, Can Giuoc district)
Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Tran Van Can said that in the coming time, Long An would continue to promote the advantage of its geographical position to attract investment, especially FDI enterprises. The government of Long An province continues its best efforts for an open investment environment in order to make Long An become an attractive investment destination, a strong brand in attracting investment in Vietnam./.
Reported by Mai Huong
Translated by Lan Vy
|11/12/2019 11:00 SA||Đã ban hành|
|Long An: The industrial production index in April 2020 is estimated to decrease by 2.7%||Long An: The industrial production index in April 2020 is estimated to decrease by 2.7%|
According to a report of the Department of Industry and Trade, the industrial production index in April 2020 is estimated to decrease by 2.7% over the previous month, by 0.2% over the same period last year.
In the first 4 months of 2020, it increased by 2.21% over the same period (the same period increased by 15.22%). In which, processing and manufacturing industry increased by 1.83%; electricity production and distribution increased by 13.32%; water supply, waste management and treatment increased by 6.32% over the same period.
The number of industrial product groups in April 2020 was 75 groups, of which 35/75 groups had an increase over the same period and 40/75 groups decreased compared to the same period. The sectors with increased products such as: Fabrics made from artificial silk increased by 12.53%; Fertilizer production increased by 5.51%; Paint and varnish production increased by 7.65% ... The main reduction sectors are animal feed production, bottled beer, mineral water, cigarettes, artificial silk yarn, fiber from artificial cotton, and production of non-knitted or knitted adult clothes, manufacture of bags, backpacks, production of plywood from wood, production of oil and lubricants, manufacture of plastic packaging, etc.
Total retail sales of goods and services in April 2020 were estimated at 6,009.9 billion VND, down 15.5% over the previous month, down 19.5% over the same period. The first 4 months of 2020 is estimated at 29,440.1 billion VND, achieving 28.7% of the plan, down 0.7% over the same period (the same period increased by 16%). In general, industrial production and total retail sales in April 2020 decreased compared to the previous month and decreased over the same period. Director of the Department of Industry and Trade - Le Minh Duc said that due to Covid-19 epidemic, not only in Asian countries but also in European and American countries, there was an outbreak of disease and the implementation of blockade in many places. Due to low demand, orders have been delayed and canceled, leading to difficulties in the production and export of goods. At the same time, in April 2020, the country implemented a social isolation, so the retail sales of goods and services in the province decreased sharply compared to the previous month, especially accommodation and catering services (down 57.5%). % compared with the previous month).
Import of raw materials in February and March is lacking but in April there is no output so the demand for imported raw materials also decreases, mainly using reserve materials to maintain production, especially textile, footwear, seafood ... In general, in April and May, industries will start to suffer a lot, if epidemic disease still breaks out in many countries for a long time, economic loss will increase. Many due to no consumer market, import and export will greatly reduce.
According to Mr. Duc, the campaign of Vietnamese people to prioritize the use of Vietnamese goods has been effective recently, in the current situation of the Covid-19 epidemic, the program "Vietnamese people give priority to using Vietnamese goods" should be launching more, calling for Vietnamese goods to help domestic enterprises still have output in the domestic market, in order to help businesses maintain production and create jobs for workers.
For policies that the Government has issued policies such as reducing interest rates, extending tax rates, policies to support people facing difficulties due to the Covid pandemic - 19, they need to be quickly and fully implemented to beneficiaries to help laborers and businesses to overcome the current difficult period.
Reported Anh Tuan
Translated by NT
|29/04/2020 12:00 CH||Đã ban hành|
|Donors greatly contribute to ensuring social security in Long An||Donors greatly contribute to ensuring social security in Long An|
A ceremony to honour donors who made contributions to social security development in the Mekong Delta province of Long An, was held in the locality on September 12.
Former State President Truong Tan Sang (R) at the ceremony to honour donors who made contributions to social security development in Long An (Photo: https://thanhnien.vn/)
In recent years, Long An's authorities have called for and received great support from businesses and individuals for social security activities in the province.
Donors have contributed to developing infrastructure facilities for traffic, agriculture, culture, education, and health care, and building houses for policy beneficiaries in Long An.
Notably, a programme launched by former State President Truong Tan Sang in 2016 has helped construct 204 rural bridges, 27 traffic culverts and one road in Long An.
Through the programme worth 612 billion VND (over 26.3 million USD), as many as 3,700 breeding cows were presented to poor and near poor families, while 16 schools and 154 charity houses were constructed, and charitable assistance activities were implemented.
In 2020 alone, nearly 78 billion VND of donation were spent on building and upgrading 1,860 houses for local poor households
On the occasion, Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Tran Van Can presented certificates of merit to 64 organisations and three individuals for their significant contributions to ensuring social security in the locality./.
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