At the workshop (Source: baomoi.com) Hanoi (VNA) – The number of Vietnamese public administrative services that have been made available online is still low, even after five years of implementing Resolution No.19 on the improvement of the business climate, said Director of the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) Nguyen Dinh Cung. At the workshop on “Five years of Resolution No.19 Implementation and Introducing Resolution No.02 on Enabling Business Environment and Enhancing National Competitiveness” held in Hanoi on January 22, CIEM said that the national public services portal has yet to be fully operational, making it hard for people, businesses, and management units to perform administrative formalities. Only 6.98 percent of public services have been put online so far, it added. Vietnam seems rather slow-moving in the process of going cashless as well, with the rate of card payments accounting for a modest 11.49 percent. Ninety percent of the payments were made with cash, and nearly 85 percent of transactions at ATMs are for cash withdrawals, according to CIEM. Areas that need close attention in 2019 include promoting e-payments; providing public services in the level-4 category which allow local residents and enterprises to submit required forms, handle documents and payments,… Read full this story
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