Sunday, 29/3/2020
  • Accumulation and concentration of land to improve competitiveness towards a modern agriculture

    Vietnam's agriculture has made great strides, ensuring food security, and contributing to socio-economic stability. However, to turn it into a modern agriculture, much remains to be done, firstly, development thinking must be in line with rules of market economy, organization of production and application of science and technology to overcome the state of small, fragmented land areas and spontaneity by accumulating and concentrating land, closely linking farmer households with businesses, improving internal capacity, adaptability and response to market fluctuations.

  • Developing a socialist-oriented market economy is to abide by objective law in the cause of socialist construction in Vietnam

    In the process of national contruction and development, especially amid uncertainties in the current world situation, there is skepticism about the path to socialism in Vietnam. It is necessary to reaffirm the correctness of this choice as well as map out goals and solutions in the coming time to develop a socialist-oriented market economy in Vietnam.

  • Outstanding results of Vietnam’s financial sector in 2016 and solutions for 2017 to contribute to macroeconomic stability

    The implementation of financial-state budget tasks in 2016 took place at an unfavorable context of world economy while domestic economic growth fell short of targets. However, given efforts to realize resolutions of the Party, the National Assembly, the close and timely direction of the Government, and endeavor of the entire political system from central to local levels, the financial-state budget sector successfully fulfilled its 2016 tasks. It is essential to take stock of achievements of the industry and put forward solutions to further stabilize the macroeconomy in 2017.

  • The fourth technological revolution: Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Growth of Vietnam

    The concept of fourth industrial revolution (FIR) was first mentioned in the "Action Plan for High-tech Strategy" adopted by the German Government in 2012. Until now, the fourth industrial revolution has a tremendous impact on the economy, society and the environment at all levels - global, regional and country. For Vietnam, there should be policies on economic-social adjustment to address challenges and take advantage of opportunities offered by the fourth industrial revolution.

  • Developing agriculture, rural economy and new-type rural areas

    Resolution No. 10-NQ /TW on 5 April 1988 of the Party Politburo on economic reform in agriculture (Contract 10); the Resolution of the 5th Plenum of the Party Central Committee, 11th tenure on accelerating industrialization and modernization of agriculture and rural areas in the period of 2001 - 2010, the Resolution of the 7th Plenum of the Party Central Committee, 10th tenure “On agriculture, farmers and rural areas” have been implemented by branches from central to local levels, business community and farmers, bringing about great achievements for agriculture and rural areas, making important contribution to the overall growth of the country, eliminating hunger, reducing poverty and ensuring security and socio-political stability, especially in times of economic crisis full of difficulties and challenges.

  • Comprehensive renovation of management, investment and financial mechanism in science and technologies

    The Document of the 12th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam defines that strong development of science and technologies and making them a truly primary national policy are the most important driving force for the development of a modern production force and knowledge economy and improve productivity, quality, efficiency and competitiveness of the economy, protect the environment, and maintain national defense and security. To fulfill this task, the most urgent issue at present is comprehensive renovation of the management, investment and financial mechanism in scientific and technological activities.

  • Grasping and applying the Resolution of the 12th Party Congress to address the relationship between economic and political renewal in Vietnam

    The 12th Party Congress while emphasizing to comprehensively and synchronously scale up the renovation affirmed to continue addressing the 9 major relations in the renovation process, in which the second biggest relation is that between economic and political renewal. More concretely, three out of the six key tasks during the 12th Party Congress tenure set out by the Communist Party of Vietnam focus on political and economic renewal, and the two tasks on political renewal is placed as primary duties. This shows the role and importance of economic renewal, political renewal, and the relationship between them.

  • The relationship between abiding market regulations and ensuring socialist orientation

    One of the important directions of the 12th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam is “Continuing to grasp thoroughly and deal successfully with major relations, including the relation “between abiding market regulations and ensuring a socialist orientation.”(1) The article looks at the process of perceiving and implementing the relationship between the market economy and socialism set out by the 10th and 11th Congresses of the Communist Party of Vietnam; clarify reasons and give some recommendations on the perception and implementation of these relations in the 2016-2020 period.

  • Viet Nam needs to take advantage of opportunities, and overcome challenges to develop agriculture when participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement was concluded, marking a turning point in the history of 12 member countries, including Viet Nam. Before the TPP is officially ratified, it is necessity to identify core issues in agriculture concerning opportunities and challenges to actively develop an industry with many advantages of Viet Nam.

  • The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: Opportunities, Challenges and Action

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement was signed by 12 countries, including Brunei, Canada, Chile, the United States, Malaysia, Indonesia, Mexico, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Peru, Singapore and Viet Nam on 4 February 2016. The signatory countries account for 40% of the world’s GDP and 30% of global trade. This is a free trade agreement of the new generation and is expected to become a model for the development of regional and the world trade with higher requirements while productive forces have developed rapidly and global integration has been deepened.

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