Building agro-forestry-fishery high value chains is crucial for the sustainable development of the agriculture sector in the context of international integration, experts have said.
Việt Nam wants to attract 100,000 businesses to invest in agriculture. It hopes between 3,000-4,000 businesses will be large scale with the rest medium sized.
Việt Nam should become one of world’s top 15 most developed agricultural nations in the next ten years, said Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc.
A support centre for co-operative development was opened in Hà Nội on December 6 to help Vietnamese co-operatives get more involved in agricultural value chains.
National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân has asked the northern province of Thái Bình to continue stepping up administrative reform and improving business climate to attract more domestic and foreign investors.
Professor Bùi Thị An talks to Nông thôn Ngày nay (Countryside Today) newspaper on the development of the agricultural sector
Land is considered the most important aspect of agricultural production. However, slow land accumulation and policy obstacles are hindering the development of the agricultural land market in Việt Nam.
Efficient restructuring of the agricultural sector has brought good results in production and business in the last few months, so the sector expects to gain stronger growth in production and business this year and beyond, said experts.
The Central Highlands Province of Lâm Đồng is leading the country in high-tech agriculture. It grows crops on nearly 50,000ha under hi-tech agricultural methods. This amounts to 18 per cent of the province’s land under production.