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The Party Committee of northern Hung Yen province closed its 18th Party Congress on November 2, electing 53 officials to its executive board for the 2015-2020 tenure.

Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Do Tien Sy was re-elected for the new tenure.

The Congressed adopted a resolution for 2015-2020, including strengthening Party building, rallying resources for socio-cultural development, cracking down on corruption and ensuring social welfare for all citizens.

In order to turn Hung Yen into an industrialised locality, the provincial Party Committee set the strategic tasks of ramping up industrialisation, socio-economic infrastructure and personnel work while focusing on three breakthrough steps, including attracting investment in hi-tech and high added-value industries; rallying resources for socio-economic and urban infrastructure, particularly transport; and improving personnel quality via transfer of roles in sectors and departments.

The province targets an economic growth of 7.5-8 percent, export value of 5 billion USD, the average gross domestic product per capita of 75 million VND (3.400 USD), the rate of poor households below 2 percent, among others.

By 2020, it expects to have 2-3 industrial parks and 10 industrial clusters, record a 40.5 percent urbanisation and build Hung Yen city into a second-grade and major urban area in the Red River Delta.

It also set to ensure education and health care improvement, towards achieving a fully-developed culture and providing better care for the elderly and war heroes.

On the Party building, more focus will be given on building strong and healthy Party units and continuing the resolution “Some urgent issues on current Party building” in tandem with the campaign “Studying and following moral examples of President Ho Chi Minh”.-VNA