(HBO) – On March 2, the Hoa Binh People’s Committee held a working session with the Vietnamese Business Association in Japan (VJBA). The session was chaired by Nguyen Van Chuong, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee.
Representatives from the Vietnamese Business Association in Japan
present a souvenir to leaders of the Hoa Binh People’s Committee.
Currently, Japanese businesses have invested about 343.3 million USD in Hoa
Binh, mostly in Da River’s left bank industrial park, Luong Son industrial park
and other areas.
The VJBA has been operating for 11 years, focusing on giving career guidance to
the youth in Japan, sending high quality human resources of Vietnam to Japan,
exporting Vietnamese products to Japan through official channels, and
connecting businesses of the two countries, especially among small- and medium-sized
Representatives from the association expressed their hope for Hoa Binh’s
support and coordination to train Japanese-speaking workers and introduce high
quality agricultural products of Hoa Binh to Japanese consumers.
The two sides discussed conditions, potential and advantages for the local
development, challenges for investment connectivity and promotion activities as
well as human resources training, the connections among businesses and the sale
of farm produce in Hoa Binh and Japan.
Addressing the session, Vice Chairman Chuong said that this visit by Vietnamese
businesses in Japan to explore the local investment environment is a meaningful
activity on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the bilateral diplomatic
Hoa Binh is keen on bringing more products and workers to Japan, he said,
expressing his hope that the VJBA will serve as a bridge connecting the
province and Japan in the fields of culture, politics and diplomacy.
He assigned the Hoa Binh Investment, Trade and Tourism Promotion Centre to act
as a connection point of the province, linking local departments, sectors and
trade associations to take steps to effectively implement cooperation
activities with the VJBA.
Hoa Binh’s gross regional domestic product (GRDP) grew 9.03% last year, with
per capita income reaching 66.7 million VND (2,827 USD) per year. The rate of
trained labourers was 59.2%.
The province has 729 private investment projects, of which foreign invested
ones account for 5%, valued at 608 million USD. Japanese enterprises have
poured 343.3 million USD into projects in the locality./.
(HBO) – With 10 projects and 36 subprojects, Hoa Binh's project on socio-economic development in ethnic and mountainous areas programme for 2021-2025 has significantly contributed to boosting economic growth, helping reduce poverty sustainably among ethnic people in the province.
(HBO) – The Thai Binh Tourism Co. Ltd, an affiliate of Pacific Group, held a ceremony in Phu Nghia commune, Lac Thuy district, Hoa Binh province, to start the construction of works in Hoa Binh section of the Huong Binh cable line project.
(HBO) - On May 26, Mr. Quach Tat Liem, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee and the leaders from a number of departments and branches worked with the delegation of European Union in Vietnam, led by Mr. Mario Ronconi, the Director General in charge of South Asia - Southeast Asia at the Asia - Pacific - Middle East Department under the General Department of International Partnership as the head of the delegation, to introduce and discuss the potentials and strengths of the locality as well as the cooperation opportunities between Hoa Binh and European Union.
(HBO) - The Department of Economic Cooperation and Rural Development under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Hoa Binh province’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the People's Committees of Lac Son and Yen Thuy districts, and Fusa Organic Agriculture joint Stock Company on May 20 signed a strategic cooperation agreement on implementing a pilot project to build a material area of agricultural and forestry products that meet standards for domestic consumption and export in Hoa Binh province in the 2022 – 2025 period.
(HBO) - In recent years, farmers in Ngo Luong commune, Tan Lac district, have focused on raising animals native to the land, hence the formation of products imbued with the local identity, serving the future growth of tourism.
(HBO) – Over the years, the Hoa Binh Cooperative Alliance have rolled out various measures to support local cooperatives to develop farm produce production and selling chains, thus promoting the economic transition process, creating jobs and improving income for local farmers.