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Law on Public Debt Management passed

Law on Public Debt Management passed

A draft Law on Public Debt Management was adopted on November 23 at the 14th National Assembly’s fourth session with 85.74 percent of “yes” votes.

Finance Minister: Loans should be concentrated on key projects

Finance Minister: Loans should be concentrated on key projects

Minister of Finance Dinh Tien Dung pointed out shortcomings in public debt management and put forth solutions to overcome in the coming time while answering questions raised by lawmakers at the fourth session of the 14th National Assembly in Hanoi on November 16.

MoF responsible for public debt management: NASC

MoF responsible for public debt management: NASC

VOV.VN - Members of the National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) have proposed that the Ministry of Finance (MoF) be the main agency responsible for assisting the Government in the management of public debt, instead of three bodies as currently stipulated in law.

VN, Laos discuss budget, public debt management decentralisation

VN, Laos discuss budget, public debt management decentralisation

The Vietnamese National Assembly (NA)’s Finance and Budget Committee and the Planning, Finance and Audit Committee of the Lao NA jointly held a conference to discuss decentralisation of state budget and public debt management on June 27 in the central province of Quang Nam.

Public debt management law under review after five years

Public debt management law under review after five years

The Law on Public Debt Management should endorse several legal documents into law and add new content acquired through international experience, Deputy Finance Minister Truong Chi Trung told a workshop in Hanoi on September 21 reviewing five years of its enforcement.

International seminar on public debt management

International seminar on public debt management

Experts from Thailand, India and international organizations gathered at a seminar on public debt management held in Hanoi on May 16 by the Ministry of Finance, the World Bank (WB), and International Monetary Fund (IMF).