Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Nguyen Manh Hien suggested that the sectors continue to review mechanisms and policies to efficiently accompany enterprises.
Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Nguyen Manh Hien directs financial and banking sectors to intensify coordination
On the occasion of the 2019 Ky Hoi Lunar New Year, Mr. Nguyen Manh Hien, Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee (PPC), Chairman of the Provincial People's Council; PPC Standing Deputy Secretary Vu Van Son; Mr. Nguyen Duong Thai, PPC Deputy Secretary, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, Head of the Provincial Delegation of National Assembly Deputies; and representatives of some relevant departments and branches worked with the provincial financial and banking sectors on February 13 afternoon.
At the meeting, representatives of the financial and banking sectors reported measures for efficient budget collection and economical spending, the implementation of credit programs, capital mobilization targets, the development of credit outstanding loans, and priority lending programs stipulated by the Government to the provincial leaders and assessed one-year coordination among tax, treasury, customs, and banking sectors in collection for the State budget.
Addressing the meeting, PPC Secretary Nguyen Manh Hien congratulated the financial and banking sectors on their achievements in 2018.
He suggested that the sectors continue to review mechanisms and policies to efficiently accompany enterprises.
Concerned about "black credit" which has still occurred a lot over the past time, the PPC Secretary required the banking sector to work out measures for people to easily access bank capital and pay attention to implementing programs serving social security like offering loans to poor people and policy families for efficient production and business and purchase of social houses.
Right on the first days of the new year, the financial and banking sectors should immediately start realizing the set tasks, intensify the application of information technology to administration and management, actively employ modern financial and banking services, and encourage non-cash payment which is both safe and economical.
The PPC Secretary required banks to closely coordinate with each other to together implement lending programs transparently and fairly, collaborate with the financial sector for quick and economical collection for the State budget, and well perform pre-lending assessment for safe disbursement, thereby helping projects in the province operate effectively.