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State of Ha Tinh Socio-Economic Development - Part 2 PDF Print
Wednesday, 04 September 2013 14:19


Ngan Truoi – Cam Trang Irrigational Works finished constructing a heading damp. The Province has revolved around the progress of approving sub-project of canals and ditches to carry out next processes.


Cau Treo International Border Gate Park gave certificates of business to 8 projects, 115 enterprises, and over 600 small-scaled businesses. To date, general planning and detail planning for functional zones have been finished: Gate B Zone, Dai Kim Service-Industry Zone, Ha Tan Settlement Area, Da Mong Urban Vicinity, detail planning for Border Gate Zone. Technical infrastructure has been under construction, and projects from industrial parks were calculated to move in economic parks.


Finance and credit bore fruits. Provincial budget collection has risen dramatically. Rate of budget collection from production and trade increased by 43.8% from 25.7%. Total budget collection in 2010 was over 1,400 billion VND, marking a 2.95-fold rise over 2005 (up 16.6% against the target the Provincial congress that set). Im-export taxation collection in 2010 hit 120 billion VND, up 2.5 times. Budget expenditure was, basically, on the way of satisfaction of planned requirement, ensuring of social security policy, priority of development investment, saving, and anti-wasting money.


System of commercial banks and credit fund units have developed rapidly. So far, 8 caregory-I branches in 3 commercial joint stock banks, 14 credit fund unit and one office of people’s Central credit fund have been in operation in the Province. They have provided enough capital for investment and business activities from economic sectors – a contribution to socio-economic development and increase of provincial budget collection. By late 2010, total fund-raising amounted to 10,000 billion VND, equal to a 3.75-fold balance over late 2005, and total credit income was 14,000 billion VND, equal to a 4.89-fold credit balance over late 2005. Interrest supporting loan packages of the Government were made to help enterprises to overcome their dificulties due to economic slowdown. Preferential loans were also given to poor and prioritized households in contribution to hunger eradication and poverty alleviation. Thanks to effective banking activities, bad debt stayed at below 2%.


Trade – service gradually enhanced quality and satisfied the demand from markets and consumers. Domestic trade had active changes in which the service achieved an average annual growth rate of 10.3%, making up 30% of GDP. Total sales from retail commodities and services increased by an average annual rate of over 30%. Export revenue value jumped to 8% annualy and hit 55 million USD. Projects that were put into effect made a significant contribution to the sector of trade – service. They are composed of wharfs No1&2 of Vung Ang Port, Vung Ang Petrol Depot, Northern Central Vietnam Liquefied Gas Depot, BMC Hotel and Trade Center.


Socio-economic infrastructures have been at pains to contruct in an attempt to create highlighted changes to urban development, investment of key projects, economic and industrial parks. In 5 years (2006-2010), fund raising for infrastructure investment in the compass was 28, 000 million VND and in 2010 alone the number came up to 7, 200 billion VND ( up 3.2 times over 2005). The fund of investment in infrastructure investment from the Provincial budget dropped from 70. 25% to 44% while the fund of investment in infrastructure from enterprises gradually increased and accounted for 34% out of total infrastructure investment in 2010. It was in a continual progress to build up infrastructures of agriculture, rural and urban areas, economic and industrial parks, systems of communication and power.


The work of natural resources and environment were well cared, and gained important outcomes, which makes socio-economic development. The Province got its teeth in the assessment of projects’ impact on environment and treatment of kinds of waste at economic parks, tourist areas, factories, resident areas. In addition , the progress in land use planning, zoning of exploitation and survey of mineral resources was done against wasting of natural resources in exploitation and use. In general, exploitaion of natural resources and environment protection were under close supervision and inspection.


Economic foreign affairs reaped fruits in overseas investment. Besides, the Province has drawn 17 ODA programs and projects at invested value of 2,367 billion VND, adding total 33 projects at invested capital of 4,200 billion VND so far. The ODA projects were invested into rural infrastructures such as transportation, irrigational works, schools, life power, potable water supply, market construction, hunger elimination and poverty alleviation, job offering. The aid of non- government was under control in implemetation. To date, 190 projects at total fund of over 34 billion VND have been undergone.


Economic sectors, modes of businesses were in continual progress. State-owned enterprises were reorganised under a planned program. 46 state-owned enterprises went public and 13 state-owned ones were changed into limited companies. Their domains and capital began to more active businesses after the reorganisation, whereby their employees’ salaries was well-paid. Furthermore, mechanisms and encouragement policies were issued to develop non-state-owned enterprises and cooperatives. There were 2,400 enterprises at total registered capital of 201.300 billion VND in which industrial sector made up 19%, trade-service 40%, and construction 41%. There were 12 foreign-owned enterprises at registered capital of 10 billion USD. Registered capital scale of enterprises in 2010 was 6,164 billion VND an enterprise, which was higher than that in 2005. In Vung Ang Economic Park, the scale was 2,350 billion VND an enterprise. The collective and cooperative economy continued to move farward thanks to active changes. So far, 460 cooperatives, the federation of cooperative, 1,409 groups with 213,000 members, 218 groups of which were agro-forest-fishery industry, have been in operation.


HA TINH SOCIO-ECONOMIC NORMS TO 2015: GDP per capita 14% annually

To 2015:

- GDP structure : industry – construction 41,6%; trade - service 40,3%; agro-forest-fishery industries 18,1%.

- Food output at over 51,000 tons; one ha valuated at 35 million VND yearly.

- 20% of communes regconized as standardized ones.

- GDP per capita 35 million VND a year.

- Budget collection over 5,000 billon VND and export turnover over USD 280 million.

- 100% standardized teachers at all levels and 85% national-standardized schools.

- 90% medical stations in communes and wards with doctors and 80% national-standardized communes in public health in the period of II : 30 patient beds/ 1, 0000 people and 62 doctors/ 1,0000 people.

- Natural population growth rate 0.7%.

- Malnourished Children rate under 5 years old below 10%.

- Health insurance planned for entire community – poor households (new living standard) decreasing by 3 - 4% annually.

- 50% skillful laborers and 32, 000 laborers joining labor force yearly.

- TV programs covered by satellite wave.

- 100% communes, wards, and towns ready to defend their areas and to keep their areas under control.

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