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Hoa Binh province aims for economic development with industry as the driving force, tourism as the spearhead, commodity agriculture, clean agriculture, and organic agriculture as the foundation.
According to officials of Hoa Binh province, a fair named “Beauty of the Highlands" will take place from October 3 to 7, 2023 at the stadium of Mai Chau district.
With its potential and strengths in tourism, Hoa Binh province is inviting investment in tourism development projects to form high-quality tourist areas and destinations.
With distinct and outstanding potentials, diverse resources, the northern province of Hoa Binh has enomous potential and advantages for comprehensive development, especially in industries and hi-tech agriculture.
Developing rural tourism products is a key solution that the northern province of Hoa Binh will implement to turn itself into an attractive tourist destination and increase local people's income.
On October 27, the first Hoa Binh Province’s Da River Shrimp and Fish Festival and the Agricultural Fair and OCOP Exhibition of the Northern Midlands and Mountainous Region 2023 opened at the Exhibition Fair Center of Hoa Binh Province.
As the cradle of Hoa Binh Culture, the land and people of Hoa Binh province have been closely associated with human history in general and Vietnam’s thousand-year history of building and defending the country.
The province is implementing 4 strategic breakthroughs in order to fulfil the goal of reaching the national development average rate by 2025.
Implementing foreign policy and expanding international relations makes an important contribution to promoting socio-economic development in Hoa Binh province.
Dating back many centuries, the craft of making dó (poonah) paper of the Mường ethnic people living in Suối Cỏ Hamlet in Cao Sơn Commune, Lương Sơn District in Hòa Bình Province has been passed down for many generations among the group.
The northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh on February 26 granted 15 investment licenses worth nearly VND48 trillion, equivalent to more than US$2 billion, to businesses.