Workers at Tinh Lợi Garment Company in Hải Dương Province. The General Statistics Office (GSO) is conducting a nationwide survey into Vietnamese enterprises to evaluate their business performance and preparedness for global integration. — VNA/VNS Photo
HÀ NỘI (VNS) — The General Statistics Office (GSO) is conducting a nationwide survey into Vietnamese enterprises to evaluate their business performance and preparedness for global integration.
The survey, which started in early March, also aims to review enterprises’ application of science and technology, and build a business database on local and nationwide scales, GSO said.
GSO’s General Director Nguyễn Bích Lâm said the agency carries out the survey with a goal of serving policy-making, socio-economic development plans, enterprise development and investors.
The survey collects data from both state-owned and private enterprises, including 31 State-owned groups and corporations in the fields of postal service, telecommunications, electricity, insurance, aviation, railways and banking.
Private sectors are divided into several categories based on the number of employees hired by the firms.
The survey includes questionnaires on employees, earnings, assets, equity, performance and taxes.
As scheduled, the survey’ results will be published this November. — VNS