According to Chung, despite negative impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Hanoi still achieved a GRDP growth of 3.39% in the first half of the year.
Taking notice of local tax collection, the Chairman ordered relevant units to keep an eye on budget revenue.
Relating to public investment, he said that the implementation of these projects still appeared very sluggish in the January - June period. Chung urged districts, departments and five project management broads, based on guidelines of the Government and the city, to review all projects and disbursement progress.
The city leader requested heads of the city’s departments and sectors to relocate their offices to the city’s inter-agency complex on Vo Chi Cong Street under the city’s guidance.
Chung assigned detailed tasks to departments and localities, as follows:
Department of Finance will cooperate with Department of Planning and Investment to elaborate a plan on realizing the National Assembly’s resolution on specific financial-budgetary mechanisms for Hanoi.
Project management broads will work with relevant departments and sectors to accelerate the progress of online public services.
Districts will promote production activities, with the emphasis on agricultural development and repopulating pig herds after Africa swine.
Department of Planning and Investment will focus on reviewing all pending projects in the area.
Department of Finance will set up its task force to speed up the settlement of public investment works in the city, give a report on privatization and divestment in State enterprise in line with the schedule approved by the Prime Minister, and set up a plan on adjusting the budget, then report it to the municipal People’s Council.
Department of Education and Training is in charge of instructing schools to roll out online parent-teacher communication book and organize enrollment for grades at the beginning of educational stages as well as working out computer science and technology teaching plan.
Department of Industry and Trade will review all industrial clusters as planned, and work with local authorities to continue call on investors while launching more supply-demand connection events and promotion months so as to stimulate domestic consumption.
Department of Home Affairs will complete the recruitment of teachers in localities before July 30, and elaborate the urban administration project at district level and start implementation from January 1, 2021.
Department of Health will continue enhancing the fight against COVID-19, dengue fever and diphtheria, reviewing the procurement and management of medical equipment and supplies during the process.
Department of Culture and Sports will set up a plan on holding cultural events from now till the end of 2020, and jointly organize a boat racing making the Capital’s Liberation Day (October 10).
Department of Construction is responsible for monitoring the collection of garbage, the street washing, and installation of installing solar lighting systems.
Department of Science and Technology will elaborate the start-up project and hold annual startup events in the city, offer preferential policies to attract start-up businesses at home and abroad.
Department of Natural Resources and Environment will roll out the installation of air monitoring stations, research and complete land management system.
District-level authorities will increase communication activities on drowning prevention among children, install surveillance cameras, encourage local residents to stop the use of the coal stoves by 2020.