|Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc witnesses the signing for co-operation between the Việt Nam Association for Business Culture Development and the Việt Nam Association for Women Entrepreneurs. — VNA/VNS Photo Thống Nhất|Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI – Building a business culture will improve Việt Nam’s image and make it more competitive as it integrates into the global economy, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc said on Monday.
“This is one of the tasks for Việt Nam’s government and its business community. It is part of the effort to turn the country into a start-up nation,” the PM said at an event in Hà Nội where he launched a campaign to build corporate culture in Việt Nam. The campaign aims to raise public awareness, shake up trade and production and boost the role of state agencies.
The government will pay special attention to business ethics with the core values of transparency, creativity, competency and sustainability, Phúc said.
At the event, the campaign’s organising board announced the PM’s decision to observe November 10 as Việt Nam Corporate Culture Day. The purpose of the day will be to promote the building of a favourable business climate in the country, where the law, business ethics, social responsibilities and healthy competition are respected.
The Việt Nam Association for Business Culture Development, the Việt Nam Association for Women Entrepreneurs and the Voice of Việt Nam signed co-operation pacts to conduct the campaign. - VNS