Addressing the conference between the Government’s Standing Board and ministries, sectors, economic groups and corporations, the PM noted that in order to realise the aforesaid target, the growth in the six remaining months of this year must be at a high level of 7.42 percent.He stressed that this is an important political task of all sectors, especially agriculture, industry, construction, processing and manufacturing. According to the Ministry of Planning and Investment, the surging GDP in the second quarter raised the January-June growth rate to 5.73 percent. The service sector made the biggest contribution to the overall growth (2.59 percentage points), particularly in wholesale, retail, accommodation, catering, finance, banking, insurance, and real estate. He gave approval of measures proposed at the meeting to extricate difficulties for businesses and improve the investment climate. He suggested stimulating domestic consumption, creating confidence in the market, and increasing investment in business production, while striving to reach a credit growth of 21 percent and stepping up the reshuffle of State-owned enterprises, especially the equitisation and divestment process in the remaining months of 2017.