(Construction) - On January 2, Deputy Minister of Construction, Mr. Le Quang Hung chaired a press conference to review the construction industry in the past years and plan directions for 2020.
|Deputy Minister of Construction Le Quang Hung chaired the press conference.|
In 2019, the whole construction industry has made great efforts to complete the annual work plan, achieving and exceeding most of the targets in the main plan.
Construction activities grew about 9 - 9.2% over the same period in 2018; The rate of urbanization nationwide is about 39.2%; The proportion of urban people supplied with clean water through the centralized water supply system is about 88%; The rate of garbage collection and disposal in urban areas is about 86%; The rate of loss of clean water will decrease to about 20%; Total cement consumption is about 98 million tons; 26 billion bricks for bricks, 20 billion bricks for bricks and 6 billion bricks for unburnt bricks.
In particular, the Ministry of Construction has focused on directing the restructuring and equitization of businesses and renovating the organizational system, management, improving the quality of operations of public non-business units.
Looking ahead to 2020, the Ministry of Construction has set out the main targets of increasing the construction production value of the whole industry by 9% -10% compared to 2019; The rate of urbanization reaches about 40%; The proportion of urban people supplied with clean water through a centralized water supply system is about 90%.
To accomplish these targets, the Ministry has set up 15 main tasks and solutions for the 2020 Plan. In which, the key tasks are to complete the Draft Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Law; Continue to implement the National Target Program on New Rural Construction; To restructure the real estate market, in association with the implementation of the National Housing Development Strategy, especially social housing; Deploying "Vietnam Building Materials Development Strategy to 2030, vision to 2045" ...
By Khanh Phuong