Wednesday, 21/8/2019
  • Developing the finance-banking sector in the context of the Fourth Industry Revolution

    One of the sectors most impacted by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is the finance-banking sector. Achievements of Industry 4.0 will greatly improve the finance-banking sector, but also pose many challenges in terms of institutions, information infrastructure and security risks, especially for developing countries like Vietnam.

  • Strongly developing processing and manufacturing industries to create a new impetus for economic growth

    In 2018, Vietnam's economy continued maintaining a high growth rate; its gross domestic product in 2018 reached 7.08%, the highest ever in 11 years. Of which, the industrial sector growth rate increased by 8.79%, contributing 2.85 percentage points to the growth rate of the total added value of the economy. In particular, the processing and manufacturing industries sustained their status as bright spots, a major driving force for promoting industrial production, as well as the overall growth of the economy.

  • Renewal of thinking about international economic integration

    Sustainable, innovative and inclusive development is attractive, appealing and spreading issue throughout the world. This is understandable because until now, no country claims to develop in a sustainable, creative and inclusive way. Even in the most developed countries, sustainable development is only relative; innovative development is found in a few areas and inclusive development can hardly be achieved. Therefore, sustainable, innovative and inclusive development in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industrial Revolution 4.0) has become a practical new direction that every country sees necessary to meet immediate and long-term needs and goals.

  • Vietnam economic achievements in 2018 and prospects for 2019

    The growth rate of 7.08% by the end of 2018 demonstrated the Government's strong governance and endeavor of all levels, sectors, localities, business community and people throughout the country in a year full difficulties and changes in the world economy.

  • Building Hanoi into a smart city in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

    In order to build a Hanoi into a smart city in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, special attention should be paid to human resources in the field of information technology (IT), from stepping up training and building a contingent to cadres and administrators with technology thinking, IT capability to forming a generation of electronic public servants, connecting with the network of young scientists and intellectuals and pooling wisdom to build a smart city. Hanoi has encouraged the study of smart applications and solutions in all areas of social life and will submit to the Government for permission to roll out 3D technology and artificial intelligence at the general education level so that in the next 10 to 15 years, Hanoi will have a workforce meeting the requirements of these important technologies.

  • Vietnam’s National Strategy on Energy Development up to 2025, with a vision to 2035

    Sustainable development has become the guideline, and viewpoint of the Party, and policy of the State. It has been integrated and clearly reflected in strategies, plans, programs and projects for socio-economic development and environmental protection of ministries, branches and localities. Given efforts of the entire political system, the close guidance of the Government, ministries, and branches, results of reviews and lessons learned in each implementation phase, the energy system of Vietnam will develop sustainably and meet energy demands for the socio-economic development of the country.

  • Developing new generation farmers in agricultural restructuring and new rural construction

    The Vietnamese peasantry plays an important role in national construction and defense, especially in the current period when Vietnam is stepping up its industrialization and modernization. Therefore, building a new generation of farmers is an important task that requires efforts of all levels and sectors, including the leading role of the Vietnam Farmers Union.

  • Investment in natural capital, biodiversity conservation and development to build a "green economy" model in Vietnam

    Vietnam is said to be one of the richest countries in terms of biodiversity with abundant natural capital which contributes significantly to the country's development and prosperity. From the global socio-economic perspective and Vietnam’s environment and biodiversity resources status, the development of biodiversity-based "green economy" models will contribute to effectively implementing platforms, strategies, and policies of the Party and State of Vietnam.

  • For State-owned enterprises to continue maintaining economic "leading role"

    Addressing issues to restructure state-owned enterprises (SOEs) is always one of the top priority tasks. SOEs can only play the core role of a socialist-oriented market economy by productivity, quality and operation efficiency in a healthy and equal competitive environment.

  • Furthering the implementation of social security policy to ensure social progress and equity in Vietnam

    During more than 30 years of renovation, Vietnam has realized the policy of socialist-oriented market economy development. Economic achievements have been made, such as rapid economic growth, rational economic structure transition, increasing per capita income, thus improving people's life. Besides, the Party and State have also promulgated social security policies for the benefit of the people. In all Congresses, the Communist Party of Vietnam has regularly emphasized the role of social security policy and the Party's determination to implement the policy.

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