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NA Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue and other NA Vice Chairmen press the buttons to approve the resolution on socio-economic development tasks for 2023.

Among other major indicators, GDP per capita is expected to rise to about US$4,400; processing and manufacturing are anticipated to make up about 25.4 - 25.8% of GDP; and the consumer price index is estimated at about 4.5%.

According to the resolution, priority will be given to closely monitoring market developments and promptly identifying risks to introduce feasible solutions, including financial and monetary policies, to stabilize the macro-economy, control inflation and support economic recovery.

It’s noteworthy that the resolution emphasizes the need to effectively implement COVID-19 prevention and control measures, and be well prepared to cope with emerging diseases.

The resolution asks for more efforts to be made to completely address the shortage of human resources, drugs, equipment, and other medical biological products, promote domestic production of medical equipment, and improve the living conditions of healthcare workers.

The resolution also requests that the Government accelerate the progress of key transport infrastructure construction projects, including approved urban railway projects and highway and ring road projects, and at the same time remove obstacles to put into operations large power projects such as Thai Binh 2, Nghi Son 2, Duyen Hai 2 and Van Phong 1.

Source: VOV