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Forum to discuss better business climate

Update: April, 14/2015 - 08:48
The 2015 Spring Economic Forum scheduled for April 21-22 in the central province of Nghe An. — Photo vneconomy
HA NOI  (VNS) — Continuing to promote improvements in the business climate of Viet Nam will be the main focus of the 2015 Spring Economic Forum scheduled for April 21-22 in the central province of Nghe An.

Deputy Head of the National Assembly's Economic Committee Nguyen Van Phuc stressed the need to speed up investment climate improvement in Viet Nam, especially as the country prepares for international integration.

This year's forum will focus on analysing and assessing the implementation of the 2014 socio-economic development plan as well as putting forward measures for the 2015 plan, Phuc said.

He said 2015 was the final year for implementing the country's economic development for the 2011 to 2015 term and for implementing the FTA agreements and enhancing the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Economic experts and scientists will join discussions on concrete orientations to improve the business climate in Viet Nam.

They will provide in-depth evaluations of specific suggested standards for the business climate in connection with the implementation of the 2013 Constitution and a number of newly-issued laws such as the Law on Tendering, Law on Investment and the Enterprise Law.

Representatives from the business community, the association of small and medium-sized enterprises and the Viet Nam Real Estate Association, will raise their voice by analysing the evolution of the business environment in Viet Nam and raising the reform requirements from their perspective.

The forum will be attended by representatives of international organisations and foreign enterprises, which will present an objective view of the business and investment environment in Viet Nam.

The event is jointly organised by the National Assembly's Economic Committee, Viet Nam Academy of Social Sciences, Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Central Institute for Economic Management. — VNS

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