Vietnam Private Economic Forum slated for May 2

VOV.VN - Public private partnership and proposals by the private sector would be key topics of discussion at the upcoming Vietnam Private Economic Forum scheduled for May 2 and 3 in Hanoi.

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The Party Central Committee (PCC)’s Commission for Economic Affairs, member of the organising board, revealed the information at a press biefing held on April 5.

According to the Online Newspaper of the Government, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc; Nguyen Van Binh, head of the PCC Commission for Economic Affairs; and leaders from the National Assembly are scheduled to preside over the plenary session. The event is expected to withdraw the participation of 2,500 domestic and foreign delegates.

The forum is aimed to review the implementation of the PCC’s Resolution No.10-NQ/TW dated 2017 and Resolution No.98/NQ-CP 2017 issued by the Government on making the private sector an important part of the Vietnamese economy over the past two years.

Representatives from relevant ministries and agencies would join in talks with private firms, in which the latters are expected to voice their opinions and make proposals on how to further boost the contribution and development of the private sector.

Of note, the plenary session would put focus on discussing the ways of unlocking barriers and inadequacies that hinder the private sector from going further.

Seven symposiums coupled with an exhibition shedding lights on top private firms’s outstanding achievements are set to take place within the framework of the forum.

These workshops look to seek for solutions on developing the digital economy, ultilizing advantages and opportunities arising from the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), and leveraging the inflows of medium- and long - term capital.

Nguyen Huu Nghia, vice head of the PCC commission, said at the press briefing that the organising board will collect feedback from about 500 outstanding private firms nationwide and insightful reports from relevant ministries and agencies, in order to make a comprehensive report on performance by the private sector during two years of implementing the resolution.


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