MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: Hoa Binh receives nearly VND15 billion for anti-COVID-19 work

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Source: Socialist Republic of Vietnam

According to a report from the Standing Board of the Provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee, total donation to the Provincial Covid-19 Prevention and Control Fund from 218 units and individuals has reach over VND14.8 billion as of late September.

Previously, in August, 44 local entrepreneurs and businesses donated nearly 200 tonnes of goods with a total value of VND1.87 billion. The goods were granted to the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Hoa Binh Province to transport to Ho Chi Minh City to support the southern economic hub.

In order to well implement the “dual goal” of both fighting the epidemic while boosting socio-economic development, Hoa Binh authorities have issued a range of mechanisms and policies to encourage investment in the locality, along with mobilising local business associations members and enterprises to join hands with Hoa Binh in response to the pandemic by providing financial support and medical supplies.

Despite their business operation has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, local enterprises have well responded to the call, contributing billions of VND to the fight against COVID-19 in Hoa Binh.

Most recently, the Standing Committee of Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee received 10 ventilators, worth VND1.2 billion, as a gift from Kamala Holding Joint Stock Company to support Hoa Binh Provincial General Hospital.

On behalf of the local authorities, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan expressed his gratitude to the kindness and support from local businesses in joining hands to add resources for the province to better achieve the “dual goals”.

Recording one of the lowest COVID-19 infection rates in Vietnam and counting among the provinces that have had the best response to the pandemic, Hoa Binh has attracted various major economic groups such as Vingroup, Sungroup, FLC, T&T Group, Phu My Hung and Kamala Holding to research, survey and invest in its potential and strength fields, such as eco-urban, tourism and industry, thanks to its favourable investment encouragement policies, with the aim of creating a breakthrough in economic restructuring.

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