Friday, 25/5/2018
  • 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.

  • Overview of the socio-economic situation in 2010 and tasks of 2011

    2010 was the last year of the 5-year plan (2006-2010) and the 10-year Socio-Economic Development Strategy (2001-2010). It was also the year when many important events of the country were organized. It is necessary for the country to review the socio-economic situation in 2010 to further its development.

  • Developing our Party’s international relations In implemention of the Resolutions of the 10th Party Congress

    In implementation of the Resolutions of the 10th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam and renovated external relation policy, in the past 5 years (2006-2010), the Party Central Committee’s External Relations Commission working in close co-ordination with the State and people’s foreign relations forces have made great successes in diplomatic front. The Party has proactively strengthened relations with 222 political parties in 115 countries and participated in many multi-party forums. These are important contributions to accelerating the renovation process, industrialization and modernization of Vietnam  

  • Improving the quality of people’s healthcare

    The right to life and to live in good health is one of the basic, sacred and supreme rights of man. To ensure the exercise of that right, each individual, family, community and State has a role to play with the State bears important responsibility. Each branch also has its own responsibility. The agricultural sector ensures sufficient food supply. The environmental sector ensures healthy living environment. The health sector plays a great role in medical development and public healthcare.

  • Enhancing significance of the Association of Vietnamese Peasants for the sustainable development of agriculture and rural areas

  • Enhancing quality of the matter of caring for the peoples health

  • Rapid and sustainable development is a throughout standpoint in the socio-economic development strategy of our country

    The concept of sustainable development occurred in early years of 1980s and was spread out in 1987. Its general implication is that such development satisfies requirements of current period without undermining the ability to meet future generations’ demands (1). It is a process which requires a close and harmonious combination of three aspects of the development, namely economic development, social development and environment protection.

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