Việt Nam has become known for its remarkable feat in becoming an agricultural powerhouse in a relatively short time, but it seems that the benefits accrued to farmers are not commensurate with the country’s comparative advantages and efforts.
The Government has mapped out several short-term solutions to achieve the year's growth target of 6.7 per cent. Let’s see whether they suit the long-term plans, targets and directions that Việt Nam wants to follow to ensure sustainable, inclusive growth.
The fifth plenary meeting of the 12th Communist Party of Việt Nam Central Committee in May issued an important resolution which acknowledges greater contribution of the private economy to the country’s socio-economic growth and asserts the role of the private economy as “an important driving force of the socialist-oriented market economy”.
For developing countries, modern high-rise buildings are the most prominent symbol of urbanisation, implying a well-off, comfortable convenient life for its residents.