Working regulations for steering committee on industrialisation strategy issued13/03/2019
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has recently issued the working regulations of the Steering Committee for Vietnam’s Industrialisation Strategy within the Vietnam – Japan cooperation framework until 2020 with a vision to 2030.
The committee is made up of members of the Party Central Committee's Economic Commission, the State Bank of Vietnam, the Government office, and the Ministries of Foreign Affairs; Information and Communications; Finance; Industry and Trade; Agricultural and Rural Development; Transport; Science and Technology; Education and Training; and Labour Invalids and Social Affairs.
The Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam (or a representative of the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam) and those from the Japan Business Association in Vietnam will be invited members of the committee.
The steering committee is responsible for assisting the Prime Minister in researching, directing and coordinating the implementation of the strategy.
It will support the Government leader in setting out plans to implement the strategy and proposing key tasks and issues that need inter-sectoral coordination.
The steering committee will also report to the PM on difficulties and problems arising in performing the strategy, as well as ask the leader to consider and devise solutions to those issues.
It aims to help the PM direct coordination among ministries and sectors in building and guiding the implementation of prioritised industrial development mechanisms and policies in the strategy, as well as urge ministries and sectors and People's Committees provinces and centrally-run cities to effectively perform the strategy.
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