The northern province of Bac Giang is paying attention to the development of Party membership and Party cells in enterprises, especially those in industrial zones, clusters, and non-State sectors, according to the Party Committee of the provincial enterprises’ bloc.
The province will continue to effectively implement Decision No. 308-QD/TW of the Standing Board of the provincial Party Committee on the promulgation of regulations on coordination among Party committees and organisations in the development of Party organisations and Party membership in enterprises in the locality.
A Party admission ceremony of the Party cell at the Business Association in Bac Giang city.
Bac Giang will also focus on carrying out Resolution No. 21-NQ/TW dated June 16, 2022, of the Party Central Committee on building and strengthening Party organisations at the grassroots level and improving the quality of Party members in the new period. Attention will be paid to theoretical research and review of the role of Party organisations and mass organisations in enterprises.
In the coming time, the province will concentrate on removing difficulties for enterprises and helping them maintain production, while setting up close relationships between Party organisations, mass organisations, and business leaders. It will also seek to improve the quality of cadres engaging in the party and organisations work at enterprises.
The Party Committee of the provincial enterprises’ bloc will increase assistance for the development of Party organisations, Party membership and mass organisations in enterprises and provide necessary support relating to infrastructure, ensuring a good result.
Bac Giang province enterprises’ bloc now has 64 grassroots-level Party organisations with more than 3,800 members.
Over the past years, the Party Committee of the provincial enterprises’ bloc has paid attention to Party membership development in industrial parks and business associations.
Last year, 185 workers in local enterprises were admitted to the Party, of whom 120 were in non-State businesses, accounting for nearly 65% of the total number of new Party members in the year.
Bac Giang, a Red River Delta province situated about 50 km to the east of Hanoi, has a favourable geographical and economic location. Surrounded by major economic hubs, ports, and national highways, Bac Giang is located at the crossroads of major trade routes. It lies adjacent to the Hanoi – Hai Phong – Quang Ninh key economic triangle, 110 km from the Huu Nghi Border Gate with China, 100km from the Hai Phong seaport, and 40 km from Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport.
The locality has favourable weather conditions and is less affected by natural disasters, with stable stratigraphy, fertile land, and beautiful natural landscapes. The province is the fruit capital of the north, ranking third nationwide in terms of fruit farming area. Bac Giang’s Luc Ngan litchi has been exported to many foreign markets such as the US, Japan, China, France, Thailand, and Singapore. Bac Giang is also strong in livestock, poultry breeding, citrus fruit farming, and vegetable processing.
Under the Bac Giang Development Master Plan for 2021-2030, with a vision to 2050, which has been approved by the Government, the province will become a modern industrial locality with Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) ranking among the top 15 in the nation by 2030.
Bac Giang's average economic growth in the 2021-2030 period is expected to reach 15-16%, with the industrial-construction sector expanding by 17-18% per year.
By 2030, the sector will account for 66-67% of the locality's economic structure while the service, agriculture-forestry-aquaculture, and taxes on goods and services will make up 24-25%, 6-7%, and 2-3%, respectively.
The GRDP per capita is expected to increase to 9,800 USD by 2030. Bac Giang enjoyed an annual average GRDP growth rate of 13.9 % in the 2016-2020 period, making it one of the best performers in the country.
Particularly in 2021, its GRDP expanded by 7.82% compared to the national average rate of 3.78 percent, ranking 10th in the country while the GRDP per capita rose 3.7% to 2,950 USD.
Its GRDP expanded by 19.3% last year, ranking second nationwide in terms of GRDP growth rate. The locality attracted 1.55 billion USD in foreign direct investment in 2022, placing the ninth place nationwide in terms of FDI attraction.