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April, 08 2014 09:06:00

Deputy PM reviews SOE restructuring

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh yesterday worked with Ha Noi's leaders to check on the progress of equitisation and re-organisation of State-owned enterprises in the city.— Photo An Dang

HA NOI (VNS)— Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh yesterday worked with Ha Noi's leaders to check on the progress of equitisation and re-organisation of State-owned enterprises in the city.

Emphasising the significance of the work, Ninh noted that despite Ha Noi's great efforts in the past, the city had yet to tackle all the shortcomings and obstacles in the process of restructuring State-run firms.

Ha Noi should promptly report all the encountered difficulties to the Government for timely policy adjustment, while charting out specific plans for each enterprise in order to complete equitisation by 2015, he pointed out.

He noted that the city should pay more attention to land issues during the privatisation process of state-run farms for ensuring effective land utilisation.

According to Chairman of the municipal People's Committee Nguyen The Thao, the city has drawn many useful lessons during the implementation of the work for better performance.

The city was setting up a Steering Committee to direct the reforms of enterprises, he reported.

According to a city report, 30 local firms were restructured in 2013. The city plans to reshuffle 45 other enterprises during the 2014-2015 period and withdraw its state capital from 74 others, stated the report. — VNS

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