Economic policy and administration

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First quarter GDP growth hits ten-year high

Việt Nam posted year-on-year GDP growth of 7.38 per cent in the first quarter of 2018, the best first-quarter performance in the last ten years, backed by growth in manufacturing and agriculture.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

Justice Ministry urged to cut, clarify regulations

The Ministry of Justice must continue to review business conditions and eliminate overlapping and unnecessary regulations, said Minister and Chairman of the Office of the Government Mai Tien Dung during a meeting between the Government’s working group and the ministry on March 26.Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Industry goals for the coming years

Việt Nam’s industry will contribute 40 per cent to the national GDP by 2030, according to a newly issued resolution. Under Resolution 23-NQ/TW to develop the national industry until 2030, with a vision up to 2045, issued recently by the Politburo, the processing and manufacturing industries ...

VNS Reporter

Vietnam looks to bolster private sector output

Vietnam aims to generate half of its economic output from the private sector within two years, its prime minister said, giving a clear indication of the communist-ruled country’s determination to make private enterprise the main engine of its economy.Keep reading ...

John Reed

Foreign investors demand IP action

Online intellectual property infringements related to industrial design are worrying investors, including those from the US, forcing state agencies to set forth an adequate legal mechanism to handle the situation.Keep reading ...

Hong Quang

Inefficient cooperatives to be dissolved by year end

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) asked provinces and cities on Thursday to dissolve ineffective agricultural cooperatives by the end of 2018. The ministry’s data shows that in 2017, Việt Nam had nearly 11,700 agricultural cooperatives and 30 cooperative coalitions. Some 3,900 agricultural ...

VNS Reporter

Vietnam to cut red tape in construction-related administrative procedures

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has requested that efforts be made to streamline the country’s administrative procedures in construction-related fields. The aim, he stressed, is to reach the average time it takes for such procedures to be done in ASEAN-4, which indicates the four ...

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Vietnam’s business environment changing for the better: European commerce chamber

Vietnam’s government has been praised for its economic and administrative development by the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham), an organization representing over 1,000 European businesses.Keep reading ...

Dat Nguyen

Vietnam to put Grab, Uber under taxi-like regulations

Vietnam’s transport ministry has long been determined to subject ride-hailing apps to the same regulations as traditional taxicabs, but has been struggling to put forward feasible solutions to do so.Keep reading ...

Son Luong

FAST500 firms face challenge of increasing input price

Increasing input prices, rise of competitors and administrative procedures will be the three biggest barriers affecting the growth of businesses this year.Keep reading ...

VNS Reporter

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