“We should perform better in legal verification and counter group interests in building institutions.
We never accept a law which is not in the interests of the whole society but only for a particular ministry or sector. The Ministry of Justice should learn from experience and be a leader in this drive,” he stressed.
Prime Minister Phuc asked the Ministry to speed up administrative reforms, IT application and data networking nationwide to ensure publicity and transparency.
Vietnam will build powerful economic groups to help stabilize the macro economy, ensure major national balances and maintain social welfare, national security and defence. The commitment was reaffirmed by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung at a conference in Hanoi on Friday to review the operational efficiency of economic groups. Currently, Vietnam has 12 state economic groups operating in key areas such as post and telecoms, coal and mineral, textile and energy. They make up 30 percent of total assets, more than half of equity and nearly 40 percent of employees of the entire state enterprise sector. The PM calls for…... [read more]
HA NOI (VNS) - Building regulations and management mechanisms for Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contracts in infrastructure development in Viet Nam are necessary to involve the private sector and ensure a win-win situation for involved parties, said Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai. Hai, also head of the National Steering Committee for PPP established late last month, chaired the first working meeting of the committee yesterday, in which he urged an improved legal framework for PPP implementation in next year. In 2010, Viet Nam's Government launched pilot operation of PPP model in the country by approving Decision 71/2010/QD-TTg with very first…... [read more]
PM calls for anti-graft fight to be stepped up (24-12-2007) Ha Noi — Ministries, agencies and localities have been ordered to put their heads together to tackle corruption next year. Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, who is head of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-corruption, made the request at a conference in Ha Noi on Saturday attended by representatives from 32 northern provinces and cities. The Government leader asked the committee to consider the opinions of participants when formulating strategies to combat graft. Ministers and chairpersons of the provincial People's Committees must ensure that every official and Party member is…... [read more]
Students practise at the electricity faculty of Dong An High-Tech College (Photo: VNA) Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said at a Dec. 29 that greatest efforts and drastic measures are needed to implement socio-economic tasks next year. Summing up discussions at a video conference between the Government and local administrations, the PM required that all ministries, sectors and localities continue to focus their attention on removing obstacles and creating favourable conditions for production and trade and accelerating economic restructuring. "Economic growth is the centerpiece of our policy. The Government’s objective is to support businesses and resolve issues that are hindering…... [read more]
PM calls for more investment in Tuyen Quang The Saigon Times Daily HCMC - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on February 27 called for enterprises to invest in Tuyen Quang Province, saying the Government will spur construction of key infrastructure in the northern province to make it more convenient for business. Speaking at the 2017 conference on investment, trade and tourism promotion in Tuyen Quang with hundreds of foreign and domestic enterprises attending, the Government leader said traffic connectivity between Tuyen Quang and other economic hubs would be improved to prop up economic development in the province. Phuc said the…... [read more]
HÀ NỘI - Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng revisited the themes of macroeconomic stability and sustainable development yesterday as he urged a concerted effort to reach future growth targets. In a first quarter review meeting with various departments, agencies and businesses, he also stressed the importance of maintaining trade balance and keeping inflation for the year to under four per cent. The Deputy PM emphasised the need for increased productivity and efficiency in the oil and gas industry and greater support for the textile and footwear industry, given its high localisation rate and potential for employment generation as well…... [read more]
Vietnam urged to improve legal system The Saigon Times Daily HCMC - Former WTO Director General Pascal Lamy called for Vietnam to continue improving its legal system to meet standards of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and focusing on logistics and added value to benefit from international trade. Speaking at a dialogue with the Vietnamese business community in Hanoi on Monday, Lamy applauded the achievements Vietnam had made in comprehensive institution and legal reforms since the country joined the WTO in 2006. Vietnam has made remarkable efforts as a WTO member. Notably, the country has still posted economic growth amid…... [read more]
PM calls Europe tour a breakthrough (17-09-2007) Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung visits the Vietnamese Commercial Centre in Poland. During his official visit to the country, many contracts were signed between Vietnamese businesses and Polish partners. — VNA/VNS Photo Duc Tam HA NOi - Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung proclaimed his official visit to Russia, the Czech Republic and Poland a breakthrough in furthering friendly and co-operative ties between Viet Nam and the three countries. The PM made the remark in an interview with the Vietnam News Agency after wrapping up his visit to the eastern European nations, which ran…... [read more]
All ministries should continue to apply effective measures to fulfill the country's social and economic development targets set for the year 2013, said Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung. The country was on the right track in the period with GDP expanding 5 percent in the second quarter compared to 4.76 percent in the previous one, the Ministry of Planning and Investment said. Exports rose 16.1 percent to over US$62 billion in the first half of 2013, while the import value was nearly $63.5 billion, up 17.4 percent year on year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Total foreign direct investment…... [read more]
PM calls for measures to support hi-tech products (08-04-2009) HA NOI — Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has asked the National Council for Science and Technology to actively work out mechanisms and policies to create breakthroughs for Viet Nam's advantaged products. The leader made the statement at the first session of the National Council for Science and Technology held yesterday in Ha Noi. Dung said science and technology in the past years had made important contributions to the country's development achievements in all aspects. For example, in the last five years, scientists studied and successfully put into production 142 species…... [read more]