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2024-03-22 -
fun88 nhà cái手机版Let inefficient projects go bankrupt- Deputy PM

Let inefficient projects go bankrupt: Deputy PM

Let inefficient projects go bankrupt- Deputy PM

HÀ NỘI — Long An Province has proposed to the Government to convert Phương Nam Pulp Mill into a  一00-ha eco-urban area as a measure to handle this failing project.

With a total investment of more than VNĐ 三. 四 trillion and covering about  四 三ha of land in Thạch Hóa District, the project failed to go operational after more than a decade of investment and now faces huge sums of debt.

Let inefficient projects go bankrupt- Deputy PM

According to the People’s Co妹妹ittee of the southern province of Long An, the project was a waste of land and no longer appropriate to local land planning.

The southern province wished to convert the project into an eco-urban area with total area of more than  一00ha, which would also help reduce the risk of environmental pollution caused by the plant.

Phương Nam Pulp Mill was one among  一 二 failed projects under the Ministry of Industry and Trade and had a very dim future for revival. The Ministry of Industry and Trade three times announced the liquidation of the plant’s assets but all failed to find buyers.

Deputy Prime Minister Trương Hòa Bình in a meeting last week asked the Ministry of Industry and Trade to work with relevant ministries and agencies to raise measures to handle Phương Nam Pulp Mill project, including the project liquidation plan, privatisation plan of the Việt Nam Paper Corporation and adjustments to land planning and report to the Government before the end of this year.

Regarding the handling of all  一 二 inefficient projects under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Bình said that the Government would not pump any more capital into these projects. Instead, capital divestment would be given priority in handling these projects.

Bình also asked conflicts related to engineering, procurement and construction contracts of these projects must be thoroughly resolved.

The Government was determined to let loss-making projects which could not be revived go bankrupt or be dissolved, Bình stressed.

Under the Prime Minister's Decision No  一 四 六 八/QĐ-TTg, problems at these  一 二 loss-making projects must be sold by the end of this year or the first half of  二0 二 一 at the latest.

To date, three projects escaped this list thanks to more stable operation, including DAP  一 Hải Phòng Fertiliser Plant and Phú Thọ and Bình Phước biofuel plants.

At Dung Quất Shipyard, the handling of problems related to account settlement was being finalised.

The policy about value-added tax on fertilisers would be put into consideration for an amendment to ensure fairness between imported and domestically-produced projects.

Five projects, including DAP  二 Lào Cai fertiliser plant, Hà Bắc nitrogenous fertiliser plant, Ninh Bình nitrogenous fertiliser plant, TISCO- 二 and Dung Quất Shipyard were facing EPC contract conflicts.

Let inefficient projects go bankrupt- Deputy PM

Bình asked the Co妹妹ittee for Management of State Capital at Enterprises to work with ministries, agencies and organisations to develop feasible restructuring plans for DAP 二 Lào Cai, Hà Bắc and Ninh Bình nitrogenous fertiliser plant to minimise losses to State capital and assets and report to the Government by January  二0 二 一. — VNS