Gov’t issues June meeting Resolution
15:32 | 18/07/2019

VGP – The Government has recently issued a resolution following the its video-teleconference with localities in June this year. 

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The Government requested that ministries, agencies, and localities to keep a close watch on the international and domestic markets; implement Resolution 01/NQ-CP, Resolution 02/NQ-CP, Directive 09/CT-TTg; Resolution 23/NQ-CP. 

Striving for practical changes

The Ministries of Planning and Investment, Industry and Trade, Finance, the State Bank of Viet Nam were urged to work closely with each other to analyze the international and domestic markets for timely and effective policies. 

The Ministry of Planning and Investment was assigned to cooperate with relevant ministries, agencies, and localities to review and update growth scenarios in every quarter and the whole year for every sector and field; speed up disbursement progress of public investment plans in line with Resolution 70/NQ-CP, dated August 3, 2017. 

The SBV was asked to keep a close watch on and assess impacts of the internationally financial and monetary markets; implement financial and monetary instruments to control inflation; consolidate macro-economic foundation. 

The Ministry of Finance was requested to balance the State budget towards higher domestic collection, higher investment spending, less regular spending, tougher financial and budget disciplines. 

Combating illegal origins 

The Government tasks the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) to transform industrial structure towards lower proportions of processing and assembly, sharp development of deep processing and auxiliary industries. 

The MoIT was asked to cooperate with the Ministry of Finance and the National Steering Committee for Combating Smuggling, Commercial Fraud and Counterfeit Goods, relevant ministries, agencies, and localities to tighten the issuance of certificates of origin and apply stric disciplines to handle violations in Vietnamese-origin claims.

The MoPI, the MoIT, relevant ministries and localities were asked to review and choose suitable foreign-invested projects, while applying solutions to attract investment and technology transfer from world leading firms with environmentally friendly high technologies./.

By Kim Loan

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