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Improving capacity for the officials of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) to meet the requirements of international integration

Improving capacity for the officials of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) to meet the requirements of international integration

(LLCT) - The HCMA is the national center for training and fostering middle and senior manager of the political system and politics theoretical scientific research of the Party and the State. Being an Advanced Party School - the HCMA becomes a alimentation place for communist ideals, which shows the spirit of creativity, humanity, perseverance, determination and innovation spirit of the leaders and managers of political system.

Important contribution of party external relations on the country’s diplomatic front

Important contribution of party external relations on the country’s diplomatic front

(LLCT) - Implementing independent, autonomy, multilateral, diversified external relations guidelines, taking initiative and being active in integrating internationally, expanding and bringing external relations into depth, over the years, the Communist Party of Vietnam’s external relations have followed closely the spirit of the 12th Party Congress Resolution with the viewpoint of innovative thinking, autonomy and activeness, and continue maintaining their role as the major external relations force in the country’s comprehensive diplomacy, contributing to the promotion of bilateral relations and building an important political foundation for Vietnam’s integration process.

Public investment in healthcare infrastructure in the Northwest region

Public investment in healthcare infrastructure in the Northwest region

(LLCT) - Investment in healthcare infrastructure to improve the quality of medical examination and treatment at communal health stations, regional polyclinics and district health centers always receives due attention from the Party and the State of Vietnam. Through analysis of the current situation of public investment in the development of healthcare infrastructure in the Northwest region, the article points out the difficulties and limitations, such as: investment capital mainly comes from the state budget; public-private partnership (PPP) has not yet played a clear role, the effects of socio-economic infrastructure investment in general and healthcare infrastructure in particular are insufficient. Therefrom, the article proposes solutions to synchronously develop socio-economic infrastructure, invest in healthcare infrastructure, increase the number of  stations, improve the quality of medical examination and treatment, and provide access to health services for people in the Northwest. 

Labor shift from agriculture to industry and services in Vietnam: Issues and solutions

Labor shift from agriculture to industry and services in Vietnam: Issues and solutions

(LLCT) - In recent years, labor shift from agriculture to industry and services in Vietnam has gradually taken place in a positive direction, in line with the development trend of the economy. However, apart from the achieved results, there remain a number of problems that authorities must seek solutions in order to further promote labor shift from agriculture to industry and services to meet the requirements of international integration and the fourth industrial revolution.

Roles of procedural agencies in dealing with domestic violence in Vietnam today

Roles of procedural agencies in dealing with domestic violence in Vietnam today

(LLCT) - According to international and Vietnamese law, domestic violence is the serious violation of the basic human rights and freedom of women. In Vietnam, the legal framework for preventing and combating domestic violence has been built. However, the effectiveness of implementing these rules still encounters challenges which are even caused by the crimical judicial system. This leads to the situation that complaints about domestic violence encounter difficulties on seeking support. The article further clarifies the roles of the procedural agencies in taking responsibility for dealing with the domestic violence acts and raises some recommendations to improve the apparatus of agencies in charge of protecting Vietnamese domestic violence victims.

Properly handling the relationships in building new rural area today

Properly handling the relationships in building new rural area today

(LLCT) - The National target program on building new style rural area has contributed to changing the face of rural areas in Vietnam. Besides the achieved results, the program still face problems that need to be settled, including the relationships in new-style rural area building. Those are the relationships between the State, social forces and farmers; between the State’s “seed funding”, the “inner” capacity of the people and other social resources; and between the State, market and society, and between “soft criteria” and “hard criteria” of new rural areas.

Improvement of Vietnamese small and medium enterprises competitiveness in international integration

Improvement of Vietnamese small and medium enterprises competitiveness in international integration

(LLCT) - In recent years, small and medium enterprises in Vietnam have made important contributions to the economic development of the country. In particular, they account for over 40% of GDP, creating jobs for 62% of the total national labor force etc. However, they still retain limitations, such as low capital, low level of management, use of manual laborers, outdated production technology lines, or lack of competitiveness. Therefore, to enhance their competitiveness, it is necessary to create a favorable business and investment environment; support them in innovation, creation, modernization of technology and development of human resources; boost labor productivity; improve the effectiveness and efficiency of State management, and so on

Some recommendations for efficient performance of Vietnamese State-owned economic groups

Some recommendations for efficient performance of Vietnamese State-owned economic groups

(LLCT) - In the area of state-owned enterprises (SOEs), state-owned economic groups (SEGs) play an important role, especially in the current context of Vietnam’s economy. The practical operation of SEGs in the last 10 years has reached a number of outstanding and important achievements contributing remarkably to the socio-economic development of Vietnam. However, the SEGs still have many weaknesses and limitations, which are pressing Vietnam’s society. The Resolution No.12-NQ/TW dated June 3, 2017 by the 5th Plenum of the 12th Party Central Committee on continuing to restructure, innovate and improve the efficiency of SOEs stated that: “... to focus on the definitive reasons and solutions for the inefficient performance and prolonged losses of the economic groups, state-owned corporations, projects and investment projects of SOEs”, and by 2030 “to consolidate and develop a number of large-scaled state-owned economic groups for more efficient operation and better capacity to compete regionally and internationally in a number of key economic sectors and fields”.

This article is to present some recommended solutions for better and more efficient operation of Vietnamese SEGs, contributing to the successful implementation of Resolution No. 12 of the 5th Plenum of the 12th Party Central Committee.

Economic growth and social progress in Ho Chi Minh City

Economic growth and social progress in Ho Chi Minh City

(LLCT) - For more than 30 years of renovation, Ho Chi Minh City has recorded great achievements in economic growth and social progress which is reflected in the growth of GDP, average income, healthcare, employment, hunger elimination, and poverty reduction, etc. However, conflict between economic growth and social progress is rising, especially the broadening gap between the rich and the poor, and the increasing numbers of unsolved social problems. With an analysis of the situation, the article offers possible solutions to better solve the relationship between economic growth and social progress in the City in the coming time.

The gender gap in access to development resources in rural areas of developing countries

(LLCT) - This article analyzes the gender gap in access to development resources in rural areas, including the access to land, education, labor markets, finance, and technology. By the overview method, the article clearly shows that women are disadvantaged in accessing resources. Gender stereotype is one of the reasons for the gender gap. Hence, empowering women is necessary in order to prevent this practice.

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