Sunday, 17/12/2017
  • Ho Chi Minh’s educational philosophy

    Ho Chi Minh’s educational philosophy has the most special position in Vietnam’s educational philosophy. It consists of (i) fighting against obscurantism, (ii) an illiterate nation is a weak nation, (iii) building a education of an independent country, (iv) training useful citizens for the country, (v) an education that brings into play all children potentials, (vi) well treatment of talents, (vii) education for human building, (viii) teach well, learn well and (ix) and learning goes with practicing.

  • Continuing to renovate and promote the Party’s inspection and supervision

    Inspection and supervision are functions of the Party’s leadership, and important components in Party building. After each Party National Congress, the tasks of inspection of Party Committees and Party Control Commissions at all levels are supplemented and renovated to meet new demands and duties. They have contributed to firmly maintain the Party’s leadership, enhance the Party’s political acumen, keep the Party clean and consolidate the people’s confidence in the Party and State.

  • A turning point in hunger eradication and poverty reduction

    Hunger eradication and poverty reduction is an urgent issue that has received much concern from the Party and State. Comprehensive, and sustainable hunger eradication and poverty reduction are the cross-cutting objectives of the process of socio-economic development and one of the important tasks which contribute to turn Vietnam into a socialist-oriented country. Achievements made in the period of 2006-2010 created a turning point in eradicating hunger and reducing poverty and a firm basis for furthering our efforts in the period of 2011-2020.

  • Improving public debt management

    As a developing country which is integrating in the international economy, Vietnam increasingly needs investment for development. Public debts are still important financial sources to offset state budget deficit for economic growth and sustainable development. Public debt effectiveness depends largely on policies of debt management.

  • Improvement of the service quality: an empirical research in the banking sector

    Since Vietnam officially joined the WTO, the banking industry became one of the leading industries which attracted various domestic and international investors. The Vietnamese banking industry itself also faced many challenges in term of competition, especially when large foreign financial groups and banks entered Vietnam and the market was considerably divided.

  • New advances in the implementation of the general administrative reform

    In September 2001, the Prime Minister issued the general administrative reform program for 2001-2010 period under the Decision No 136/2001/QĐ-TTg dated 17 September 2001 consisting of policy measures and concrete steps. Based on results attained in administrative reform over the past 10 years and the status of our administrative system, we have worked out the direction for administrative reform in the coming years.

  • Promoting sustainable growth and improving Vietnam economy’s competitiveness

    It is widely known that with average annual GDP growth rate of 7.45%, 1991-2009 was really a period of magnificent economic growth inVietnam. 2009 GDP (in 1994 price) was approximately 3.7 and 1.76 times higher than that of 1991 and 2001, respectively. GDP per capita in real terms in 2010 was about USD1,200, which put Vietnam in the group of low middle income countries; the poverty rate reduced rapidly from 58% in 1993 to 26% in 2000 and below 10% in 2010. The development gap between Vietnam and other regional economies has narrowed significantly. For example, Thailand’s GDP per capita in PPP terms in 1995 was 4.4 times higher than that of Vietnam, which has reduced to 2.5 times in 2008. Similarly, the gap with Singapore has reduced from 27 to 18 times, with Indonesia – from 2.3 to 1.4, and with South Korea from 13 to 10.4 times.

  • VietNam 2/3 of the way achieving the millenium development goals

    Vietnam is regarded by the international community as one of the developing countries which have made outstanding achievements in economic reform targeting growth and poverty reduction. During the past ten years, Vietnam's economy has been growing fast yet steadly. The average GDP growth rate per annum reached 7.2 percent during the period 2001-2010. The average GDP per capita in 2010 is expected to reach 1200 USD, three times what it was in 2000. As a result, Vietnam is now moving from being one of the poorest countries to lower middle income status.

  • The recent economic efficiency of Vietnamese enterprises

    Vietnamese economy in the period of 2005 to 2007 expressed a quite rapid growth rate, with a number of macroeconomic indicators moving towards a positive direction that facilitated development. Based on the Report on the Enterprise Census in 2009 of the General Statistical Office (GSO), this article attempted to analyze the development of enterprises in term of quantity. An emphasis was placed on business and production efficiency of enterprises in the state-owned sector, the private sector and the FDI sector.

  • Vietnam’s diplomacy in 2010: Firmly marching on the road of integration and development.

    In 2010, Vietnam overcame numerous difficulties and challenges to march forward. That was a year when Vietnam’s proactive and comprehensive diplomacy effectively served the cause of national defense and development and gained successes to welcome of the 11th National Party Congress.

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