Assessing the developing day of Thai Nguyen province through research of industrial products
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The value of industrial production is considered to be an aggregate indicator. This refers to the production and business results of an industry produced in a given period of time, usually one year. This is the basis for assessing the industrial development of the whole country as well as of each region, region and locality. Thai Nguyen is a province with a long-standing industry, which has long been considered the "cradle" of Vietnam's metallurgical industry. The value of industrial production will reflect the development of the industry, which will assist the leaders in managing the development of industrial strategies, plans and plans for each period. Period. As a result, the industry's added value will be calculated at current and constant prices, serving the economic structure (at current prices) and growth rate (at comparative prices).
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