Ninh Binh province's industrial production continued to maintain its growth, with the index of industrial production (IPP) rising by 1.4% in the first eight months of 2023.
Ninh Binh province is currently home to 14 industrial clusters, of them 10 was assigned to private enterprises for building infrastructure. To date, these industrial clusters have attracted 107 secondary projects and 256 production and business firms who created jobs for over 30,800 labourers with average income ranging from 7-8 million VND per person per month.
Ninh Binh is one of the two leading localities nationwide in reducing plastic waste in tourism activities, according to the United Nations' assessment. The province has become a must-see destination for both domestic and foreign visitors thanks to its strategy on developing green, sustainable and community-based tourism associated with promoting the natural, historical and cultural values of the locality.
Cultural resources are directly promoting economic growth in many fields and in many localities. In particular, Ninh Binh is an example of making good use of that special resource for its development and green growth.
Ninh Binh province's industrial production continued to maintain its growth, with the index of industrial production (IPP) rising by 5.8% in the first six months of 2023.
The northern province of Ninh Binh is planning to zone off four new industrial zones with a total area of 1,380 hectares, raising the total number of industrial zones to 11, covering an area of 2,790 hectares.
Vietnam aims to become a developed country by 2045 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050. It is considered an ambitious goal but also a challenge for a developing country like Vietnam.
Vietnam needs to issue regulations and an overall strategy for developing the agri-tourism real estate market, according to experts.
Ninh Binh province currently has 63 craft villages which specialise in processing agro-forestry-aquatic products and producing handicrafts. Most of the craft villages are operating stably, creating jobs and increasing incomes for rural people.
In recent years, the northern province of Ninh Binh has stepped up the planning and construction of infrastructure at industrial clusters in a bid to attract secondary investors. These moves have helped Ninh Binh to restructure economic sectors, provide more jobs for local labourers, thereby contributing to the implementation of socio- economic tasks.
Tours of craft villages have attracted an increasing number of visitors as they help them to experience production activities and traditional culture, and buy typical products. This is seen as a big opportunity for local traditional craft villages to make the best of their potential in combination with developing tourism, thereby increasing economic efficiency.
Vietnam and Australia need to develop bilateral trade in a more balanced way by promoting the export of Vietnamese products to the Southwest Pacific nation, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh said while receiving Australian Minister for Trade and Tourism Don Farrell in Hanoi on April 17.
The prerequisite for Vietnam's digital economy to go further is to optimise modern scientific and technological advancements in accordance with Vietnam's own approach, according to Nguyen Trung Chinh, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Executive President of CMC Corporation.
Implementing Resolution No. 26-NQ/TW of the 10th Party Central Committee on agriculture, farmers and rural areas, in the past few years, Ninh Binh has mobilised resources to invest and build rural infrastructure in a bid to meet the demand of production and travel of people, thereby creating momentum for the province's socio-economic development and narrowing the gap between urban and rural areas.
E-commerce start-ups are becoming more and more popular and are considered relatively safe in the fields of innovative start-ups in Vietnam today.
Developing the country's mechanical industry sector is a top priority for Vietnam in the coming decades, said industry insiders and experts.
Vietnam is striving to become a developed nation with high income, full and harmonious socialist-oriented market economy institutions, and a fair, democratic and civilised society by 2050, according to the National Master Plan for the 2021-2030 period with a vision to 2050.
Inspite of numerous difficulties and challenges in 2022, Ninh Binh province's industrial production maintained its high growth, reaching over 99.5 trillion VND (4.24 billion USD), a year-on-year rise of 7.2%.
New opportunities and challenges in socio-economic development require Ninh Binh to continue improving transport infrastructure, thus, right at the beginning of the 2020-2025 tenure, it has actively implemented a series of key projects in a bid to complete transport infrastructure for inter-regional connectivity, opening up new opportunities to further develop and attracting investment in the short and long terms.
In the past years, Ninh Binh has stepped up planning and investment in infrastructure construction in a bid to attract secondary investors into industrial clusters.
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