Driving forces for Vietnam’s economic growth need to be maintained not only in 2018, but also in the years to come, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said at the Government’s regular meeting on August 1.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested ministries, sectors and relevant agencies to pay more attention to building institutions while chairing the Government’s regular meeting in Hanoi on July 3.
The draft law on amendments and supplements of laws on business and investment drew attention from Cabinet members at the Government’s regular meeting in Hanoi on August 1.
The government’s regular meeting concluded on July 1 after two days of sitting, giving comments to the country’s socio-economic, security-defence and external relations performance in June and the first six months of this year, and drawing out directions for the rest of the year.
(VOV) - Vietnam should continue to underscore its opposition to China’s illegal actions, persisting in using all possible peaceful measures in line with international law to resolutely defend sea and island sovereignty.
(VOV) - It is imperative to strictly control market prices to ensure balanced supply and demand of goods as the traditional lunar New Year festival (Tet) nears.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has said he is confident in the prospects for economic growth in 2013.
Security and social order were maintained during the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival and the number of traffic accidents, injuries and fatalities decreased.
The Government should create favourable conditions and environment for socio-economic development in 2012, with a focus on infrastructure, institutions and human resource.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has urged ministries and localities nationwide to fulfil their country’s socio-economic development goals.