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Quang Ninh urged to fully tap its potential — TalkVietnam

Quang Ninh urged to fully tap its potential


Nhan Dan Online – Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai has suggested the northern province of Quang Ninh mobilize domestic and foreign resources to develop a system of planned and modern infrastructure, with a focus on upgrading its transport networks, in order to fully tap its strengths and potential.

Deputy PM Hai gave this instruction while attending and chairing a June 28 conference held in Ha Long city to reform Quang Ninh’s investment promotion and improve the province’s competitiveness.

He praised the great efforts and outstanding achievements made by Quang Ninh authorities and people, affirming that the province possessed every factor for rapid and sustainable growth with its specific advantages in natural conditions and geographic location.

He urged the province to promote socio-economic development in combination with national defence, facilitate administrative procedure reform and develop highly qualified human resources as well as to promote the application of technological and scientific advances and implement drastic measures to remove difficulties for local enterprises.

Quang Ninh was also asked to quickly improve its investment environment and national competitive capacities and actively facilitate international integration, to make effective use of its strengths and potential.

At the conference, the provincial authorities introduced a series of projects calling for investment in transport, technical, tourism and recreation infrastructure. Participants including domestic and foreign managers, investors, enterprises and experts also discussed investment opportunities in Quang Ninh, while proposing policies and solutions to help the province make best use of opportunities brought about by globalization.

On the occasion, Quang Ninh leaders signed several co-operative agreements and memoranda of co-operation with both domestic and overseas businesses, and granted investment licenses to projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

(Source: VGP/ Translated by Nhan Dan Online)
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