Teil 3: Internationale Konferenz über Vietnams Wachstum
"High productivity council" wie in Singapur würde helfen
Ho Chi Minh City - Many "hot questions" on the growth issue have been posed at the international scientific conference on the quality of Vietnam's economic growth in 2001-2010 period and orientation by 2020. Why the quality of economic growth is low?
Prof Dr Kenichi Ohno from National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies of Japan said that Vietnam should study the typical examples in the world about economic development strategy to find the way that suits the country. For example, Singapore established the National Productivity and Continuing Education Council (NPCEC), aiming to form a high productivity economy. Other countries such as Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand, etc. were previously successful with economic councils, committees, or high-level advisory groups.
Representing the companies, Cao Si Kiem, Chair of Vietnam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises said inflation, interest rate and exchange rate issues must be solved in order to solve the problem of the quality of economic growth.
Concerning the role of enterprises in developing policies, Dr Pham Thi Thu Hang, director of the Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion Centre of The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) said that previously, businesses often stand outside when the state built economic policies. This is also the reason why many policies were issued but they are not really feasible, Dr Hang stressed.
Part 1: April 6, 2011
Part 2: April 7, 2011
Part 3: April 12, 2011