Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam (centre) speaks at the high-level discussion (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission and relevant agencies co-organised a high-level discussion within the framework of the Industry 4.0 Summit 2019 in Hanoi on October 3. Speaking at the event, themed “Vietnam’s policy and action programme to proactively join the fourth Industrial Revolution”, head of the commission Nguyen Van Binh said the Vietnamese Party and State have directed relevant agencies and sectors to step up the application and development of technologies and innovation. However, Binh stressed that the country’s proactive participation in the fourth Industrial Revolution remains low. He pointed out a series of shortcomings such as unsynchronised institutions for the digital economy, sharing economy, and innovation activities, while the quality and structure of human resources have yet to meet requirements, and the digital economy remains small. According to the official, in that context, the Politburo had assigned the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission to build a project on policy to proactively joining the fourth Industrial Revolution. Based on the outcomes of the project, the Politburo on September 27 issued Resolution 52 mapping out a number of guidelines and policies on participating… Read full this story
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