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VN targets completing economic reforms: PM

Update: January, 19/2017 - 09:00
Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc (second right) holds a reception for the Head of Switzerland’s Malik Research Institute, Professor Fredmund Malik (centre, left). — VNA/VNS Photo Thống Nhất
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam is focused on completing economic reforms, and building a consistent, synchronous and modern administrative regime to enhance management efficiency, said Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc.

He made the statement during a reception for the Head of the Switzerland’s Malik Research Institute, Professor Fredmund Malik, whilst in Davos to attend the annual summit of the World Economic Forum Wednesday morning (Swiss time).

The PM applauded the institute for its active co-operation with Vietnamese bodies and localities.

PM Phúc called on the Malik Institute to continue effectively working on agreements signed with Việt Nam, share experience and knowledge and help improve state-of-the-art management capabilities and skills for Vietnamese officials.

For his part, Professor Malik detailed the institute’s co-operation activities in Việt Nam, expressing wishes for accelerated implementation of co-operation programmes and projects with Việt Nam’s ministries, sectors and research institutes.

The Malik Research Institute, founded by Professor Fredmund Malik in 1984, is one of the world’s leading organisations for holistic general management, leadership and governance solutions. 

Professor Malik has developed an all new thinking and management system designed to revolutionise the leadership perspectives of top executives as well as the functioning of large organisations. In 1984, he published the first classic on system-cybernetic management Strategy of the Management of Complex Systems.

In Việt Nam, Hải Phòng City has co-ordinated with the Malik Institute to build a project to develop Hải Phòng into a sustainable development city through the systems thinking-based management model. 

Also yesterday, PM Phúc made a visit to the renowned chocolate manufacturer Lindt in Switzerland. — VNS

 

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