An expert suggested local authorities take the pro-active approach to review and streamline the approval process for foreign-invested projects in order to attract the next FDI wave. A stronger push for the administrative reform, among other solutions, would help Vietnam achieve a 5% GDP growth rate for this year, significantly higher than the 2.7% estimation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for Vietnam, according to Mai Tien Dung, minister-chairman of the Government Office. Overview of the conference. Photo: VGP. "The government is moving towards digital transformation with paperless office," Dung informed at a conference discussing measures to help the business community recover from the Covid-19 pandemic on May 26. Dung noted the national public service portal, after being launched five months ago, has so far integrated 408 public online services, of which 170 are for citizens and 238 for enterprises. According to Dung, the portal has received 39 million visitors, 150,000 registered accounts and nearly 8.5 million documents have been processed. Minister of the Governmetn Office Mai Tien Dung expected administrative reform to help Vietnam achieve the 5%-GDP growth target. Photo: VGP. Since May 12, the portal has been integrated with six additional public services to better support people and… Read full this story
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