Prime Minister Nguyễn Tấn Dũng has urged the central province of Quảng Bình to fully tap its potentialities to boost poverty reduction and sustainable growth.
Prime Minister Nguyễn Tấn Dũng presents gifts to former youth volunteers in Bố Trạch suburban district, Quảng Bình province, September 4, 2011 – Photo: VGP/Nhật Bắc
Prime Minister Nguyễn Tấn Dũng made the point during his latest tour of the central province of Quảng Bình on September 4 to work with provincial authorities on the 2011 socio-economic development plan.
The Government chief requested the central province to resolve difficulties, boost production and business and utilize all resources for sustainable socio-economic development.
With its great potential for developing forestry, agriculture and tourism, Quảng Bình province should apply advanced technology to increase agricultural productivity, develop its processing industry, and build the Gianh River Cement Industrial Park into the country’s largest cement producer, said Mr. Dũng.
The Government leader asked provincial leaders to attach more importance to policies and programs on fast and sustainable poverty reduction and social welfare in order to build a new rural area.
Prime Minister Dũng also recommended the central province review all investment projects and implement them properly in accordance with the country’s real demands.
Earlier, on September 3, Prime Minister and his entourage offered incense at the Road 20 Temple for Heroic Martyrs and the Thọ Lộc B67 cemetery in Bố Trạch district.
Over the past eight months, Quảng Bình province has effectively implemented Government Resolution 11 on solutions to rein in inflation, stabilize the macro-economy and ensure social welfare.
Especially, local industrial production value surged 14.6%. Export turnover increased by 116%. The number of poor households fell by 2. 36%. Over 17,360 new jobs were created./.
Source: VGP News
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