CPV leader visits Quang Ninh province

Quang Ninh urged to focus on socio-economic development

CPV leader asks Quang Ninh to overcome shortcomings to better socio-economic development.
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong has asked the northern province of Quang Ninh to focus on evaluating its achievements and shortcomings in the implementation of socio-economic development tasks and in Party building.

Trong on April 7 had a working session with the province’s leaders, where he made suggestions on Van Don special administrative-economic zone and Mong Cai border gate economic zone projects.

The province’s leaders reported that in the last two years, its GDP growth recorded an annual rate of 9.53 percent, while average per capita income was more than 2,600 USD per annum, 1.7 times higher than the national level.

The province’s economic structure is moving in the right direction and it is always among the top five localities nationwide with the highest State budget revenues.

Local people’s living conditions have been improved, with the rate of poor households decreasing rapidly and now standing at only 3.52 percent.

Quang Ninh’s leaders directed the completion of cultural and social welfare projects in Ha Long city based on local people’s expectations.

The province also took back 179 breached land use projects, and implemented measures to crack down illegal coal mining and trade, as well as dealt with current pressing issues, including environmental pollution, corruption and medical ethics.

In terms of Party building, the province has focused on directing the strict implementation of the fourth CPV Central Committee’s Resolution and evaluates itself and allows for grassroots to provincial level appraisals.

The task of Party development has also been strengthened and a number of disciplinary cases have been carried out. In the 2010-2012 period, more than 7,500 new members were admitted to the Party in the province, while 381 Party cells and 37 grassroots Party organisations were established.-VNA

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