February 03, 2024 | 11:30 GMT+7

PM calls for further removal of unnecessary and unfeasible business conditions

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628 business regulations were simplified or cut in 2023.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh speaking at the meeting.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh speaking at the meeting.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh asked relevant ministries, agencies, and localities to continue reviewing and cutting unnecessary, unfeasible, unclear, indefinite, or unsuitable business conditions while chairing the seventh meeting of the government’s Steering Committee for Administrative Reform in Hanoi on February 2.

The Prime Minister, who is also head of the Steering Committee, requested that administrative reform be boosted in six fields, including institutional reform, administrative reform, State administrative apparatus reform, reform of public affairs, public finance reform, and e-government construction and the development and digital government.

He stressed that institutional reform must focus on removing legal hindrances to production and trade, while administrative reform should prioritize procedural simplification and decentralization of authority.

Regarding public finance, reform efforts should focus on increasing revenue and reducing regular spending to spend more on development investment, along with fighting corruption and negative phenomena, according to the Prime Minister.

In e-government development, he called for advancing digital government, digital citizenship, and a digital society.

He asked ministries, agencies, and localities to prioritize resources for refining legal frameworks, improving law enforcement effectiveness, and eliminating bottlenecks in mechanisms and policies supporting production and trade.

Ministries and agencies cut or simplified 628 business regulations in 2023, and all localities completed the rearrangement of their agencies.

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