(HBO) - 2021 is the first year Hoa Binh province is implementing the Resolution of the 7th Provincial Party Congress. The province also regarded 2021 as the year for accelerating public administrative reforms, improving local business climate and fixing bottlenecks in investment attraction, particularly in land clearance, to realise its goal of green and sustainable development.

Member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan and leaders of departments and sectors inspect infrastructure development for investment attraction in Lac Son District.

The northern province has made good socio-economic development since the beginning of the year, with economic growth reaching 11.56 percent in the first quarter. Agricultural production continued to expand with more attention paid to restructuring and new-style rural area building. Industrial production index and value increased 9.5 percent and 16 percent, respectively, against the same period last year, while export turnover surged 9.2 percent year-on-year. State budget revenue exceeded 1 trillion VND.

Hoa Binh was named among the top 11 cities and provinces in the Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI) last year.

To enhance business climate, the province sets to cut about 30 percent of time for handling public administrative procedures.

Party committees and authorities at all levels have shown determination to enforce the resolution with specific and practical solutions to improve the investment and business environment, provide all possible support for investors and businesses in key areas, such as support industry, hi-quality agriculture, and ecotourism urban areas. Such solutions are expected to help the province create economic breakthroughs in the time to come.

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