Hoa Binh province's steering committee for Party and union building in non-state enterprises has held a conference to assess the results of the work last year and deploy key activities for 2024. The event was chaired by Bui Duc Hinh, Standing Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Council, and head of the steering committee.

 Bui Duc Hinh, Standing Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Council, delivered his conclusion speech at the conference. 

In 2023, the province admitted 40 persons working in non-state enterprises to the Party and saw eight new Party cells established in these businesses, up 43% and 60% year-on-year, respectively. The provincial Party organisation logged 1,182 Party members in non-state enterprises, a 6.1% increase from 2022. In terms of union development, 18 grassroots trade unions with 3,219 members as well as three youth organisations with 125 members were set up. 

Many business owners have shown interest and provided favourable conditions for employees to engage in related activities in their places of residence and strive to be admitted to the Party. The roles and positions of Party committees, cells, and members, and trade unions within the enterprises have also increasingly improved. 

However, the numbers of Party members and unions in non-state enterprises remain low compared to the total number of active businesses in the province. Some enterprises have established their Party organisations, but their leadership role and quality of activities have yet to be effective. 

In his concluding remarks, Hinh suggested that various levels and sectors should thoroughly implement and strictly adhere to central and provincial-level directives, which aim to strengthen the Party leadership in private economic units. 

According to the official, efforts should be made to enhance awareness among business owners and employees in the non-state sector. Dialogues with businesses should be increased while administrative procedures should be reformed, and favourable conditions should be created to help enterprises overcome difficulties and promote production and business development. 

Furthermore, he noted that a focus should be placed on training and enhancing the skills of personnel responsible for the Party and union work in the enterprises. Timely recognition and rewards should be given to firms, groups, and individuals with outstanding achievements in production and business activities, fulfilling their obligations to the state and contributing to the local socio-economic development.

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