PM instructs composition of 2015 socio-economic plan
VGP – PM Nguyen Tan Dung has figured out major orientations for the inferior levels to design the national socio-economic development plan for 2015.
Accordingly, the Government targets to continue maintaining macro-economic stability, speeding up the implementation of the strategic breakthroughs, restructuring the economy and transforming the growth model, improving the efficiency of the economy, ensuring sustainable economic development and social welfare, expanding external relations and international integration, consolidating national security and defense, accelerating public administration reform and preventing corruption and wastefulness.
Economic, trade and investment linkages will continue to be diversified in a bid to increase the self-reliance and independence of the economy.
The Government will focus on developing several service sectors like tourism, telecommunication, information technology, finance-banking, insurance and other services in favor of business activities.
Programs on developing key input materials will also be designed to spur domestic production.
More efforts will be made to further improve the business environment, focusing on measures to reduce the costs for joining the market and accessing to land; enhance transparency and application of IT among State agencies; beef up administrative procedure reform.
Regarding national security and defense, PM asked for comprehensive measures to enhance the capacity of the law enforcement forces to resolutely protect the national sovereignty and interests in the East Sea.
Viet Nam will make every effort to settle complicated situations in the East Sea on the basis of international law, especially the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the East Sea.
The Government is determined to crack down on those who incite spontaneous acts of violating laws and undermining the country’s image; ensure absolute safety for all individuals and organizations, especially foreign nationals and foreign-funded enterprises./.
By Huong Giang