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Bac Giang eases difficulties for firms amid COVID-19

Chairman of the People’s Committee of northern Bac Giang province Duong Van Thai has pledged to adopt measures easing difficulties faced by local businesses amid the complicated development of COVID-19 outbreak.

Accordingly, the province will closely follow the Prime Minister’s Directive No.11 dated March 4, 2020 on urgent measures removing difficulties in production and trade, and ensuring social welfare in response to the epidemic.

Bac Giang province, difficulties for firms, COVID-19, local businesses, complicated development, administrative procedures

Employees work at JA Solar Vietnam, Hong Kong (China)-invested company, in Quang Chau industrial zone of Bac Giang province.

The provincial Radio and Television Station launched a hotline to collect public feedback about the handling of administrative procedures.

Since the beginning of this year, the provincial Department of Planning and Investment has granted licenses to 180 new businesses and 17 branches and representative offices, up 9.7 percent year-on-year with a total registered capital of over 1.27 trillion VND (55.2 million USD), down 28.5 percent.

Fifteen firms registered for dissolution and 149 others suspended operations.

Bac Giang is now home to over 9,400 companies, 446 of them foreign-invested with a total registered capital of nearly 3.5 billion USD. Meanwhile, domestic firms have registered more than 71.7 trillion VND in capital in the province.

Seventy percent of all the businesses are operational, offering jobs to about 232,000 workers, around 122,000 of them working for industrial zones.

The epidemic is hurting local exporters to China and the Republic of Korea (RoK), forcing them to lay off workers due to the shortage of materials for production.

Fortuned businesses, developed province
(BGO) – The northern province of Bac Giang has been recently ranked among the top leading provinces in investment attraction, particularly securing the sixth position nationwide in 2019 in approving for new projects. In spite of the impressive results, there are many thing to be done in term of investment attraction  to promote the effectiveness of “fortuned businesses, developed province”. 
 
Due attention paid to facilitate business development in Bac Giang province
(BGO) – The northern province of Bac Giang holds quarterly Business Coffee Programme to renew the method to contact and exchange with the local enterprises. Also, it is a channel for the provincial authority to know their expectation and desire so as to timely handle the difficulties and obstacles to facilitate the business development.  
 
Bac Giang creates conditions for enterprises to develop production and business
(BGO) - On December 18, Chairman of the Bac Giang provincial People's Committee Duong Van Thai, who is also Chairman of the provincial Business Association, chaired the fourth-quarter Entrepreneur Cafe programme. Attending the event were Bui Van Hai, member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People's Council as well as representatives of many member businesses and entrepreneurs.
 
Emulation movement of good production and business helps farmers enrich
(BGO) – Recently, the emulation movement of good production and business (GPB) among the farmers in Viet Yen district, Bac Giang province has been widely developed to awake the creative and dynamic spirits of farmer members to enrich themselves.  
 
Farmer’s family offers tourism business
(BGO)- 4 months ago, Nguyen Van Du’s family in Nga Trai hamlet, Huong Lam commune, Hiep Hoa district, Bac Giang province was approved to cooperate with Ky Viet Trade and Tourism Company Limited in Hanoi to make the experimental tourism model in 3,600-square metre of field and fruit growing areas.
 

Source: VNA

Bac Giang province, difficulties for firms, COVID-19, local businesses, complicated development, administrative procedures
 
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