Improving advisory quality of economic resolutions

Mr. Nguyen Van Binh speaking at the event

The Party Committee of the PCC’s Economic Commission has organized the second Party Congress for the 2020-2025 term.

According to Political Report, on the basis of contents advised by the PCC’s Economic Commission, the PCC, the Politburo and the Secretariat reviewed and issued 9 Resolutions and 4 Conclusions of the Politburo to lead national socio-economic development in the present and the near future.

The guidelines advised by the PCC’s Economic Commission not only contribute to removing difficulties and obstacles; orienting and creating premise for rapid and sustainable economic development, but also help to strengthen the leadership and effectiveness in socio-economic development. They also made significant contribution to building documents of the 13th National Party Congress and 10-year socio-economic development strategy in 2021-2030. 

The congress also discussed important contents contributing to the draft Resolution, pointed out the causes of achievements and limitations and drawn some lessons.

In his speech at the event, Mr. Nguyen Van Binh, Politburo member, PCC Secretary, and Head of the PCC’s Economic Commission, stressed that over the past term, many Resolutions and Conclusions issued by the Advisory Board play a fundamental and core role for long-term development of the country.

A number of Resolutions were submitted to the Politburo for the first time such as orientation on building strategy for development of national industry and policies and strategies on actively joining the fourth Industrial Revolution.

The congress agreed to approve resolutions on goals, directions and tasks for the 2020-2025 term and discussed the draft Action Plan to realize its Resolution in order to propose specific and appropriate solutions to continue improving the leadership and combativeness of the entire Party Committee.

The second Executive Board of the PCC’s Economic Commission in the 2020-2025 term with 19 members was voted at the congress./.


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