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PM: In 2010 preconditions must be made for development in following years

VGP – Ministries and localities should make full use of all chances to complete socio-economic development goals in 2010, so as to pave the way for the stronger development in the following years, said PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng.

01/07/2010 18:48

At the Conference on implementing socio-economic development plan 2010 held in Hà Nội on January 6-7, 2010, PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng stresses the necessity to clear economic jams in 2010 - Photo: VGP/Nhật Bắc
Presided over by PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng and his deputies, the Conference on implementing socio-economic development plan 2010 was organized in Hà Nội on January 6-7, drawing the presence of ministerial and local leaders.

The Government’s draft resolution on measures to realize the socio-economic development plan for 2010, including eight major solutions and 132 specific ones, was introduced by Permanent Deputy PM Nguyễn Sinh Hùng.

The conference was also featured with discussions and proposals on strategies for education development, agriculture and rural development, land management, transportation and other issues.

Three “economic jams” must be cleared in 2010

Concluding the event, PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng briefed major socio-economic achievements gained in 2009, such as positive economic growth rate (5.32%), industrial production value up 5.52%; agro-forestry and fisheries up 3%; services up 6.63%; and poverty household rate slashed down to 12.3%.

The Government chief pointed out three “economic jams” – poor transport infrastructure; troublesome administrative procedures; and weak human resource – which are all cleared within 2010.

He urged ministries and localities to spare no effort and make full use of all chances to complete socio-economic development goals in 2010, so as to pave the way for the stronger development in the following years.

PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng and some local  leaders at the Conference on implementing socio-economic development plan 2010 held in Hà Nội on January 6-7, 2010- Photo: VGP/Nhật Bắc

Economic competitiveness needs to be sharpened

PM Dũng emphasized that, first and foremost, ministries, sectors and localities must secure macro-economic stability, prevent the recurrence of high inflation and guarantee major economic balances.

Besides, it is necessary to restructure the national economy towards higher productivity, efficiency and competitiveness; consolidate growth quality; and improve investment and business climate.

Agricultural and rural development is also a priority, stated the Government chief, requiring that scientific and technological advances should be applied in agricultural production.

He noted that, after the Government issued the resolution, all ministries and localities should design their own action plans with specific targets.

Eight major solutions to realize socio-economic development plan 2010:

1. To recover and restructure economy, improve growth quality;
2. To enforce financial and monetary policies in a careful and flexible way to secure macro-economic stability, curb trade deficit, and prevent high inflation;
3. To develop better education, training, science and technology;
4. To promote health care and raise people’s cultural and spiritual standards;
5. To guarantee social security and welfare;
6. To enhance environment protection, combat natural disasters and climate change;
7. To boost up diplomatic work, strengthen national defense and security, social order and safety;
8. To improve efficiency of State management; accelerate administrative reforms, anti-corruption, anti-prodigality and thrift practice.

By Hồng Hạnh