Located close to Hà Nội, Vĩnh Phúc has to date attracted 752 domestically-invested projects with a total registered capital of more than VNĐ78 trillion (US$3.34 billion). It has also lured 378 foreign-financed projects worth more than $5 billion.
Only nine state-owned enterprises (SOEs) were given the green light from government for their equitisation plans this year, reported the Ministry of Finance (MoF).
Cashless payments would not only increase of the circulation of capital, it would also help boost the internet economy, said Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam.
Việt Nam has made good progress in human development, with an average annual Human Development Index (HDI) growth of 1.36 percent during the 1990-2018 period. This places Việt Nam among the group of countries with the highest HDI growth rates in the world.