VOV.VN - The National Assembly’s 8th session issued a resolution approving a Master Plan for socio-economic development in ethnic areas and other disadvantaged regions. The Master Plan has fine tuned policies on ethnicity to ensure fair development.
A workshop was held in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on October 7 to seek improvement of policies and legislation in response to climate change in Vietnam.
The Government will consider incentives to encourage firms to buy clean pork for freezing and storage amid the spread of the African swine fever disease, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai said at the Government’s regular press conference on May 31.
Policies and solutions to promote sustainable development and climate change response in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam were suggested at a workshop in Can Tho city on November 22.
VOV.VN - The US has been one of Vietnam’s leading trade partners for more than ten years, said Le Hoang Tai, deputy head of the Trade Promotion Agency, while attending a seminar in Hanoi on July 27 to help Vietnamese businesses access the latest information, new policies and mechanisms and seek opportunities in the US.
The standing boards of the People’s Council, People’s Committee and Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ho Chi Minh City will enhance coordination to popularise and implement resolutions on piloting special mechanisms and policies for the city.
VOV.VN - 4.5 million Overseas Vietnamese are living in 109 countries and territories around the world. These days, many of them are coming home to celebrate the Lunar New Year and perhaps seek business opportunities.
VOV.VN - Policies and solutions for optimizing the efficiency of international economic integration in line with domestic and international trends were touched upon at the Vietnam International Economic Integration Forum in Hanoi on December 20.
Politburo member and Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan said the city should quickly deploy the special mechanisms and policies granted to the city for faster development.
The southern economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City is building particular policies to achieve more rapid and sustainable growth in the future.
A string of new government policies come into force in June, including the exemption of land use fees for housing projects, specific financial mechanisms for HCM City, increased fees for medical examination and treatment for the insured and reduction of social insurance premiums.
Vietnam highly appreciates the World Health Organisation (WHO)’s role in developing health care policies and strategies and technical assistance at regional and global levels, affirmed Health Minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tien.
A conference was held in Hanoi on October 19 to collect ideas on the draft Law on Support to Small and Medium-sized Enterprises that will be debated during the 14th National Assembly’s second session starting from October 20.
The Party, the National Assembly and the Government have continually overhauled policies to increase support to national contributors, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue said.
Ministries must determinedly not let group interests manipulate policies, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc stressed at the Government’s meeting on policy making on June 23.
Ho Chi Minh City should design more effective policies to make full use of the huge brainpower potential of the Overseas Vietnamese community (OV), heard a conference themed “OVs affairs - reality and solutions” held on May 25 in the city.
Women participating in a seminar on May 11 in the central province of Binh Thuan said collaboration on gender issues was essential in building laws and policies.
National Assembly deputies have expressed hope that the new government will build on the past successes and issue timely policies for socio-economic development.
State Bank of Vietnam would further formulate policies to support efficient small- and medium-sized enterprises and those manufacturing and exporting products, Director of SBV's Credit Department Nguyen Tien Dong said.
Specific programmes and policies issued by the Party and State over recent years have vastly improved the living conditions of ethnic minority people in the Central Highlands.