(HBO) – The export of agricultural products has not only brought higher economic value but also contributed to affirming the position of Hoa Binh province’s typical products in foreign markets. Therefore, to promote the gained achievements, this year, all-level administrations are making efforts to find new markets, and improve the quality and diversity of products to meet strict requirements of importing countries.
Bamboo shoots of Kim Boi joint Stock Company in Ba
Hang Doi town (Lac Thuy district) are semi-processed and packed before export.
In early January, the first batch of Cao Phong orange
weighing nearly 7 tonnes was exported to the United Kingdom, marking the
province’s over-40-year efforts to bring Cao Phong orange to the world market
Quach Van Ngoan, Chairman of the Cao Phong district People's
Committee, said that after eight years of being granted a geographical indication,
the product has affirmed its brand, quality and position in the domestic
market, and met export requirements.
In about two years, starting from batches of fresh sugar
cane, semi-processed and processed bamboo shoots, Son Thuy longan, Tan Lac
red-flesh pomelo, Yen Thuy ‘Dien’ pomelo, and Cao Phong orange have been
shipped abroad. Hoa Binh’s key agricultural products have gradually affirmed
their brands and positions in the both domestic and foreign markets. The
province now has six businesses exporting their semi-processed and processed
products to China, Taiwan (China), Japan, Australia, the Republic of Korea, the
Netherlands and Germany, with a total volume of nearly 24,000 tonnes and a
combined value of 514.3 billion VND (21.68 million USD) last year, up 30.95%
and 103% year-on-year, respectively.
With the goal of expanding and finding new markets, since
2022, the province's agricultural sector has helped 40 facilities participate
in domestic trade fairs, and two introduce their products at 2022 Fine Food
Australia. It has also stepped up the dissemination of information about trade
agreements, China’s Decrees 248 and 249 on measures to manage food safety, as
well as legal documents related to Vietnam's international integration and
import and export activities in order to help businesses and people understand
more about regulations on export, thereby applying them for suitable production
and business conditions, and bringing into full play opportunities brought
about by agreements./.
(HBO) -The Office of the Hoa Binh provincial People's Committee has just issued Notice No.3402/TB-VPUBND on the conclusion of the Chairman of the provincial People's Committee at the meeting of the provincial steering committee for improving the investment and business environment and provincial competitiveness index (PCI).
(HBO) – The authority of Lac Son district is striving to improve the District and Department Competitiveness Index (DDCI), aiming to improve the business and investment environment, thus attracting more businesses and investors to the locality.
(HBO) - On May 13rd, the Provincial Business Association hosted a conference on association, cooperation and development of Business Associations in the provinces of Hoa Binh, Son La, Dien Bien, Lai Chau with the theme "Sharing the mechanisms and policies to support the businesses in the Northwest mountainous provinces”; signing a cooperation agreement on the legal support for businesses between the Center of Vietnam International Arbitration and the Business Associations of 4 Northwest provinces.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province’s State budget collection was estimated at 253.3 billion VND (10.79 million USD) in April, equivalent to 15% of the target assigned by the Resolution of the provincial People's Council, according to a report by the provincial People’s Committee.
(HBO) – Farmers in Dong Lai commune in Tan Lac district have successfully piloted and are expanding the model of off-season red flesh dragon fruit farming as it helps increase income and improve people’s living conditions.
(HBO) – In the 2022 Provincial Competitiveness Index (PCI) announced by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) in early April, Hoa Binh ranked 53rd out of the country's 63 provinces and cities with a total score of 62.81 points, up 9 places compared to 2021. This result reflected efforts of the whole political system in reforming administrative procedures and improving the local business investment environment.