VGP – The Ha Noi People’s Committee has recently issued a directive on the implementation of key tasks and solutions to boost the growth of industries and sectors, in an effort to realize the city’s economic growth targets in 2017.
Accordingly, in order to reach the city’s growth targets and contribute to realizing the growth targets of the whole country, departments, sectors and district-level People’s Committees should seriously grasp the 2017 socio-economic development goals, passed by the municipal People’s Council, as the common tasks and responsibilities of all levels, sectors, the business community and people, and exert optimal efforts to fulfill the set goals.
The municipal People’s Committee also urges for the drastic, synchronous and timely implementation of measures to facilitate growth, towards achieving the gross regional domestic product (GRDP) goal in 2017 as well as that of each section and some important economic sectors. Specifically, the added value will increase 3.5-4% in agriculture, 9.55-10% in industry-construction, 8.25-8.8% in the service sector, 4-5% in export revenue, and 11-12% in development investment capital of the entire society.
The municipal People’s Committee noted that in addition to building targets, tasks and implementation measures for each specific sector and field, inspection and supervision work should constantly be carried out over the implementation progress of solutions, with monthly and quarterly reports on the implementation outcome to be submitted to the chairperson of the municipal People’s Committee.
The city has assigned departments, sectors and district-level People’s Committees to continue proactively and drastically implementing tasks and solutions set in the municipal People’s Committee’s Program No. 43/CTr-UBND dated February 24, 2017 on key tasks and measures on directing and managing the implementation of socio-economic development plans and state budget estimates in 2017, and the Government’s Resolutions No. 01/NQ-CP, No. 19-2017/NQ-CP and No. 35/NQ-CP. Particularly, it is an urgent need to accelerate the progress of implementing and disbursing the public investment capital plans for 2017.
By Vien Nhu