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Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Hoang Trung Hai works in Tra Vinh
By travinh.gov.vn, Aug 2012
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On 10/8/2012, National Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Hoang Trung Hai and leaders of the Central Government had a work trip in Tra Vinh. Greeting and working with the delegation are Mr. Tran Tri Dung – member of the Central Executive Committee, Provincial Secretary; Mr. Thach Hel – Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee; Mr. Duong Hoang Nghia – Deputy Secretary, Chairman of the Provincial Party Committee; Mr. Tran Khieu – Provincial Deputy Secretary, Chairman of the Provincial Party Committee; along with other provincial leaders.


National Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Hoang Trung Hai speaking at the meeting with Tra Vinh province

On behalf of Tra Vinh provincial leaders, Mr. Nguyen Van Phong, Deputy Chairman of the province’s People’s Committees reported to the delegation about the socio - economic situation in the first 6 months of 2012; the status for executing the projects in the province invested by the Central Government. In the first 6 months, the province’s socio – economic growth (GDP) is estimated at 10.67%; mobilized social capital increased by 21.7%; exports increased by 117%. Rice production reached 854.000 tons, increased by 18% over the same period; epidemics in livestock continue to be well controlled. The value of industrial production reached 2,270 billion VND, an increase of 25.2% over the same period; services increased by 13.67%. Create jobs for 49.165 workers, send 81 workers to work for a period of time in foreign countries; issue 371,000 medical insurance for poor households and 19,681 people under social protection; hand over and put 2,155 houses into use pursuant to Decision 167 of the government; construct 750 houses of affection for policed families. At the same time, grant unemployment insurance for 2,286 unemployed workers, with a total amount of 9.2 billion VND.

Basic construction work, implementation and disbursement volume of 256.9 billion VND reached 31.3% of the plan. The political and security situation and social order and safety continue to keep maintained, implement security tasks and local order well, implement periodic reception of citizens well; focus on solving complaints, denunciations, prevent the generation of hot spots.

For projects invested by the Central Government in the province, such as: The flow for large vessels on the Hau River, Dinh An economic zone, Coastal Power Center are being deployed, but important traffic projects in the province such as: the Long Ho – Ba Si section (Km11 + Km56), the Tra Vinh – Long Toan section (Km67 + Km114), the Dai An – Tap Son section (Km 139 + Km168) are temporarily being suspended. In the general circumstances, Tra Vinh provincial People’s Committee is consistent with the policy of the government to focus investment for national-level key projects. However, the transport system to ensure service for key projects in the province of Tra Vinh hasn’t been completed up to date; is a major local obstacle.

On this occasion, Tra Vinh also proposed to the Central Government and ministries of a number of pressing issues, especially the implementation of the projects invested by the Central Government in the province.

Speaking at the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister proposed, Tra Vinh needs to do better in directing and administrating for the successful implementation of the resolution, especially encouraging the mobilization and support for business in production, limit students dropping out of school, ensure social security and safety. For projects invested by the Central Government in the province, the Central Ministries and Tra Vinh needs to prioritize investment into items for projects that have been delayed, ensure compliance with the time schedule for other projects.

News, Photo: P.Uyen
(Translated by Portcoast)

 
 

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