DPRK Premier Inspects Several Sectors of National Economy
Kim Tok Hun, member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea and premier of the Cabinet of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, inspected several sectors of the national economy.
Going round the Sunchon Pharmaceutical Factory, Kim Tok Hun called for powerfully propelling the work for boosting production with locally available raw and other materials and modernizing the production lines by proactively tapping the sci-tech potentiality in order to increase the production of medicines urgently needed for the people's health, medical treatment and disease prevention.
At the Pyongyang Mechanical Pencil Factory, Mangyongdae Disabled Soldiers' Fountain Pen Factory and Pyongyang Disabled Soldiers' Ball Pen Factory, he took measures to help the factories meet the public demand by producing more quality pens of different kinds favored by students and people.
The field consultative meetings discussed the issues of conducting business and management activities in a feasible way under the scientific calculation, increasing the quantity and quality of products with priority given to the production of necessities and making sure that relevant units supply raw and other materials in time.
After acquainting himself with the farming in Suan, Singye, Sohung and Hwangju counties in North Hwanghae Province, the premier urged officials to take positive measures to prevent fierce heat damage to crops and arouse the enthusiasm of farmers by enforcing in a methodological way the field-responsibility-system within the framework of the sub-work team management system.
Visiting various units in the sector of food administration, nurseries and kindergartens, he urged officials to correctly implement our Party's policies for the people and children with the spirit of devotedly serving the people.
Meanwhile, he discussed and took measures to resolve the comprehensive issues arising in normalizing the production at the Sunchon Phosphatic Fertilizer Factory.