Tuesday, 2/6/2020
  • 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.

  • Overview of the socio-economic development of Vietnam in 2017

    The year 2017 passed, leaving several bright spots on Vietnam’s socio-economic panorama. This is remarkable though there remain difficulties and constraints. These achievements brought about the strong confidence that in 2018 we will fulfill and overfulfill our socio-economic development goals.

  • Renovating the organization and operation of public non-business agencies, contributing to completing the socialist-oriented market economy

    At present, public non-business agencies in the Party, State, socio-political organizations from the central to local level are diversified in forms and assigned with a variety of tasks and types. Staffed with a large number of intellectuals and scientists, the system of public non-business agencies has made great contributions to the cause of national construction and defense. These agencies have provided basic public service to meet the needs of the people and society to achieve the goal of social stability and equality, contributing to implement the objective of fast and sustainable economic development, completing almost all and major Millennium Development Goals and deepening international integration.

  • APEC Vietnam 2017: Strong Dynamics of Growth, Free Trade and Regional Linkage

    The Summit Week within the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Framework with the topic "Creating new dynamism, Fostering a shared future" took place from 6-11 November 2017 in Da Nang city. This was the last and most important activity of the APEC Year 2017 before Vietnam transferred the role of APEC host country to Papua New Guinea. The success of APEC 2017 again (1) marked Vietnam imprint in APEC constant development, promoting the trend of peace, stability, cooperation and development of the region and the world, and meeting the aspiration and interests of all member economies.

  • Enhancing the competitiveness of Vietnamese private enterprises in the process of joining the global value chain

    The prosperity of Vietnam's economy in the future depends largely on the ability to further strengthen linkages with the global value chain and maximize the effectiveness of foreign investment. In that process, supporting small and medium sized enterprises to participate in the global value chain is an important endeavor.

  • Vietnam continues to promote its active role and important contributions for an ASEAN economy of integration, cohesion, high growth and sustainable development

    In the overall picture of ASEAN in the past half a century, ASEAN economic cooperation has been the most vibrant and vivid color with concrete and practical results. From an institution that prioritized political objectives and not yet discussed economic cooperation, (1) ASEAN has now become a strong economic link with high level of liberalization in the areas of trade in goods, services and investment, a major economy, and an important trading center on the global economic map. It is the sixth largest economy in the world and the third in Asia, with gross domestic product standing at US$2.550 billion in 2016. With the current growth momentum, ASEAN is expected to become the fourth largest economy in the world by 2050.

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