31st Sea Games - Vietnam 2021 Covid-19 Pandemic
Vietnam parliament approves new government members
Newly-appointed ministers are expected to stand shoulder to shoulder with Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh to promote the country's socio-economic growth.
15:35, 2021/35/16
Best things left to new government: Prime Minister
The Prime Minister’s task force, after five years of operation, has helped address many existing problems caused by “custom rules the law” that hamper the country's socio-economic development process.
20:26, 2021/26/13
Vietnam’s legal reform efforts contribute to positive GDP growth: VCCI
Higher quality in newly promulgated legal documents and laws in terms of practicality and feasibility are reasons for a significant less number of circulars issued at ministerial-level agencies in 2020.
16:13, 2020/13/03
Gov’t commits to gaining 2.5%-GDP growth target
While Vietnam continues to pursue the dual target of containing the pandemic and boosting economic recovery, protecting people’s lives remain the government’s utmost priority, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said.
05:41, 2020/41/03
Second stimulus package needs to focus on most affected sectors
Mass support for the business community, including too ailing businesses, could lead to unnecessary debt burden for the economy.
11:37, 2020/37/03
Vietnam gov’t warns of interest groups profiteering from SOE privatization
The government would continue to hold majority stakes at state-owned commercial banks, and maintain presence in companies operating in fields that are essential to the economy.
11:20, 2020/20/18
Vietnam gov’t aims for 6.5% GDP growth in 2021
This year, Vietnam targets economic growth of 2% in normal conditions and 2.5% if favorable factors emerge.
17:38, 2020/38/24
Vietnam needs reform 3.0 to further improve business environment
The majority of business conditions still allow state agencies to interfere deeply in enterprises’ rights to freedom of doing business, said an expert.
17:41, 2020/41/10
How should governments regulate technology in a post-pandemic world?
A flexible regulatory regime that can balance consumer protection with an openness to innovations that benefit consumers is key to regulating new technologies.
00:28, 2020/28/29
Another Covid-19 challenge: Saving Asia’s crucial infrastructure deals
The public-private partnerships used to finance roads, ports, hospitals and dozens of other infrastructure projects could be affected by the pandemic-induced financial crisis. Here’s how to avoid that.
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