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Up to 62 percent of respondents in Vietnam say that their government is doing “right amount” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the biggest public survey on COVID-19 conducted by the Berlin-based Dalia Research.
The government ordered the inspection of big pork producers in Vietnam as part the efforts to curb prices, stabilise the market, and rein in inflation in 2020.
Legal or regulatory obstacles with a low level of certainty and issues concerning grid access for private projects, are the most pressing to private investment.
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The government will enact new mechanisms to attract more investment into science, technology, and innovation, turning these sectors into the economy’s key impetuses for further growth and labour productivity improvement.
The labour ministry has proposed to make Vietnamese Family Day on June 28 a national holiday.
Nguyen Chi Dung, Minister of Planning and Investment, talks to the Government portal on what the country has done to help the Mekong Delta region develop sustainability.
The Vietnamese government is on the way to remove roadblocks for foreign-invested enterprises to raise public capital on local bourses, in a signal to attract more overseas attention.
Several laws and regulations that were supposed to be developed following the enactment of Viet Nam’s 2013 Constitution are still yet to materialise, let alone be ratified, according to the National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee.
The Government is planning to implement job competition mechanisms and remove its lifetime employment policy to improve the quality of staff, civil servants and officials.