Deputy Prime Minister meets voters in Ha Tinh hinh anh 1Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue. (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA)
– Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue met with voters from districts of Huong Son and Nghi Xuan, central Ha Tinh province on September 30 and October 1 to collect feedback and proposals for the upcoming fourth meeting of the 14th National Assembly.

In the meeting, local voters spoke highly of efforts by the NA and NA deputies of Ha Tinh in making law and handling complaints from citizens. They also appreciated the government’s movements to build a transparent, facilitative and innovative administration for the benefit of people and business, and voiced support for its solutions to preventing corruption and improving the business climate.

Deputy PM Hue, for his part, affirmed that voters’ wishes are goals for all actions of the government and the NA. He provided the voters with updates on the country’s socio-economic development and answered their questions.

Phan Tien Hung, a voter from Huong Son district, suggested the government to have special policies for non-tariff areas as he concerns once the Free Trade Agreements Vietnam has signed come into force, duty elimination would affect the growth of the border gate economic zones. In reply, the deputy PM said ministries will review all coastal and border gate economic zones and find new ways for development there.

Meanwhile, other voters proposed the government to design more incentives to support farm products and prevent bumper crops leading to lower prices. In response, Hue promised to discuss the issue with the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Governor of the State Bank.

The government is formulating a resolution on agricultural insurance and agricultural investment attraction to boost the sector, he revealed.-VNA