CIEM organised a seminar titled “Việt Nam’s digital economic development post-COVID-19: Some requirements and roadmaps for institutional reform” in Hà Nội on Wednesday. (Photo mpi.gov.vn) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) — Vietnam is constantly looking for new driving forces for growth and the country has leveraged opportunities from digital and e-commerce for economic growth, according to CIEM director Nguyen Thi Hong Minh. The Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) held a seminar titled ‘Vietnam’s digital economic development post-COVID-19: Some requirements and roadmaps for institutional reform’ in Hanoi on November 25. The world was witnessing rapid changes from the fourth industrial revolution with breakthroughs in many fields, including the digital wave of the manufacturing sector, said Minh. Recognising its importance, many countries had concretised their digital economic development priorities, she added. The COVID-19 pandemic had made the Vietnamese Government and the business community more interested in the digital economy, noted the director. At the event, the CIEM’s Department General Economic Issues and Integration Studies released a report aimed at assessing policy priorities, implementation and the realities of digital economic development in Vietnam. At the same time, the report identified conditions and requirements for institutional reform for the inclusive development of the digital economy and proposed a roadmap for digital economic development… Read full this story
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