Mr. Nguyen Duc Hien, Deputy Head of the Central Economic Committee, said that over the past ten years, urbanization and urban development in Vietnam had seen rapid growth, promoting the country's economic development and achieving many set targets. The space and number of urban areas have increased rapidly from 33.5 percent in 2010 to nearly 39 percent in 2020. Urban areas were evenly distributed, creating a nuclear driving force for the process of socio-economic development. The urban economy is one of the three pillars of the economy, accounting for more than 7 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP). However, urbanization and urban development still show many shortcomings, such as the risk of imbalance in development between urban and rural areas, overloaded infrastructure, and asynchronous connection. Assessing the real estate market recently, Mr. Nguyen Van Sinh, Deputy Minister of Construction, said that the development of the real estate market is not sustainable. … [Read more...] about Urbanization spurs socio-economic development
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In implementing Politburo Resolution 52/NQ-TW on participating in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) and Politburo Resolution 55/NQ-TW, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will continue working with ministries and sectors on regulations and laws to improve the legal frameworks for the energy market and the competitive electricity market, and technical standards and regulations. The ministry will also encourage investment (from different sources) in energy infrastructure development, giving priority to power source, distribution and service development, and diversification of energy sources, especially renewable and clean energy. … [Read more...] about Vietnam, ASEAN share smart energy ideas for urban development
David Knapp, General Director of Motorola Vietnam meanwhile said the impacts brought by the country's accession to the WTO will help increase the market's demand and make the whole economy continue developing, thus creating opportunities for ICT development. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s ICT ready for stronger development in 2007
Like the Webinar itself, surveyors have embraced the benefits of a "hybrid" working approach, by infusing traditional practices with newer and more powerful tools. The challenge that Covid-19 brings along is also an opportunity for further advancement in light of quick adaptation to the constant changing status quo. Smarter tools and technologies unleash surveyors' creativity and enhance their precision. The HKIS Annual Conference facilitates the exchange of knowledge and experience across surveying industry. … [Read more...] about The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors Annual Conference 2020 Steps Forward on Application of New Technologies in Surveying Industry
Prior to that, in Resolution 115, on the solutions to promote supporting industries dated August 6, 2020, the government asked MOF to amend the luxury tax policy and submit the draft amendments to the National Assembly’s 10th session. However, to date, the draft of the new policy has not been submitted. … [Read more...] about When will taxes be lowered to reduce automobile prices?